Dino coloring game
Nothing's better than coloring your favorite buddies right trough your screen!
Dino puzzle game
Come play the game with your friends and enjoy the result!
Create your own tangram-o-puzzle-a-saurus
- Print out the master Tangram sheet. Cut out the geometric tan shapes.
- Print out the dinosaur sheets or display them on your screen.
- Pick your fav dino and arrange the tan puzzle pieces to create the shape. You may rotate the pieces to fit
- All pieces must be connected
- they must lay flat
- no pieces may overlap
- you must use all seven tan shapes!
Send a friendly “hello” to your best buddies. Print out the postcard on sturdy paper, cut it out and write a special message to your best bud! Color it in, add a stamp and pop it into the mail!
Do you know your dinosaurs? Match the Dino Buddies on your plate with the images shown, then match the letter to the name in the list below.
The #YummyDinoBuddies dinosaurs
Choose among these dinosaurs species: Pterodactyl, T-Rex, Parasaurolophus, Brontosaurus, Kronosaurus, Stegosaurus, Triceratops
Dino party ideas and printables
Party like it’s 65 million years ago with help from one of our favorite bloggers! With a few printables and a little imagination, you can throw a party and turn any day into a Dino Day!
Picture of fun coloring pages
Print out these downloadable Dino Buddies coloring pages for a rainy day activity or to make snack-time a little more fun!
Salt dough dinosaur fossils
Got some time to fill? Make an imPRESSive creation with the kids with this salt dough dinosaur fossils activity.
1 cup salt
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 cup luke warm water
1- Combine flour and salt.
2- Next, add water and still until dough forms.
3- Knead dough for 5 minutes until smooth.
4- Once dough is ready, roll it out to ½ inch thick. Use cookie cutters or your hands to make round shape for fossil impressions.
5- Have children take dinosaur figures and press them into the dough. They can press in just the feet or the whole body to create their fossils.
6- Put in the oven for about 2-3 hours at 200 degrees F.
7- Once out of the oven and cooled, put your fossils on display!
Spot the difference
Download the scene so you and your little buddies can look and find all the differences between the two dino land frames.