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Spectacular Dinosaur Crafts Bundle Full of 10 Activities

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Kids are fascinated by dinosaurs! There’s something about the mystery behind them and how different they are from animals we see today that puts kids in awe. We like to use our dinosaur crafts anytime of the year, as there’s no bad time to learn about gigantic reptiles. This Dinosaur Crafts Bundle is jam-packed with fun dinosaurs and other prehistoric crafts to keep little fingers busy.

Dinosaur Crafts In This Bundle

Inside this bundle, there are 10 awesome crafts for your kiddos to complete. They are a great addition to a science unit about paleontology or a study on dinosaurs. They pair well with writing activities all about animals, too!

Each craft template can be printed onto any color you would like, but you can check out the images below to see my recommendations. If you would prefer to print them on plain paper and have your students color the templates themselves, that’s also an option!

The crafts are very simple to cut out and glue together to make an eye catching bulletin board or hallway display. The kids will love checking out their work once all of the dinosaurs are finished and hung up.

The dinosaurs included in this pack are

  • Baby Dinosaur
  • Stegosaurus
  • Triceratops
  • Brontosaurus
  • Pterodactyl
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex
Look how cute this baby dinosaur is hatching out of its egg!
The Stegosaurus is great for studying the letter S in preschool and kindergarten.
Use the Triceratops to study the letter T or to celebrate the number 3!
I love this little Brontosaurus, with its long neck and strong tail! A great way to study the letter B and plant eating animals.
The Pterodactyl is such a fascinating dinosaur to study because of its reptile-like body, yet bird-like features!
A fan-favorite, the T-Rex is a show stopping dinosaur to add to the mix as you learn about prehistoric animals and the letter T.

Other Crafts In The Bundle

The final four crafts are:

  • Volcano Writing Craftivity
  • Wooly Mammoth
  • Caveman and Cavegirl
  • Paleontologists
The Volcano Craft and labeling activity is a great addition if you are discussing landforms or natural disasters during science. The kids love learning about active and dormant volcanoes and how they work.
If studying the prehistoric ages or the letter W, the Wooly Mammoth is a great addition. Just like dinosaurs, they are extinct and super fun to learn about.
If you’re talking about dinosaurs, you can’t forget about the people who lived beside them. These adorable cave people are a fun way to learn about the prehistoric ages.
Finally, you can celebrate your learning with this paleontologist craft. Show students one more amazing job they can aspire towards as they grow up!

Dinosaur Read Aloud Ideas

While learning about dinosaurs, you may be looking for some fun read alouds for your little ones. We have a few favorites that we read year after year!

  • We Love Dinosaurs by Lucy Volpin
  • The Dinosaur Expert by Margaret McNamara
  • What The Dinosaurs Did Last Night – A Very Messy Adventure by Susan Tuma
  • The How Do Dinosaurs… Series by Jane Yolen
  • Tiny T-Rex and The Impossible Hug by Jonathon Stutzman (Read Aloud Link)

We really enjoy reading one or two dinosaur books a day as we learn about prehistoric reptiles, paleontologists and giant volcanoes! It’s such a fun unit to cover and the kids end up talking about it for weeks.

I hope you enjoy this Dinosaurs Craft Bundle as much as my kids do! Happy Learning!

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Laura Bensley

Laura Bensley

Former preschool teacher turned business owner that now creates educational resources for teachers in the classroom, homeschool, and daycare setting.

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HI, I'm Laura

Hi, I’m Laura and I am the creator of Crafty Bee Creations.  I am a former preschool teacher turned business owner that now creates educational resources for teachers in the classroom, homeschool, and daycare setting.  I have a passion for designing craft resources that are not only fun and engaging but work children’s fine motor skills too! 


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