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Dinosaur Craft for Toddlers

dinosaur craft

I wanted to incorporate a craft as part of Dinosaur Week here on Love, Play, Learn. My daughter is 22 months old and still has trouble with many crafts so I am always trying to think of fun ideas that she is able to do. This one is great because she gets to make a craft of a dinosaur which she loves and she gets to learn

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{Dinosaur Week} 5 Tips for Getting the Most out of Field Trips

Tips for field trips with kids

To enhance and expand on what we have been learning about dinosaurs this week, we decided to take a field trip to our local Natural History Museum. I thought that this would help my daughter’s interest and understanding of excavation since we are going to do a dinosaur excavation sensory project later in the week with the dinosaur fossils we made.

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Salt Dough Dinosaur Fossils

Dinosaur week would not be complete without making dinosaur fossils! This is an easy and fun way for children to learn about fossils.

fossils

For this activity you’ll need:

Salt dough (recipe found here) Small dinosaur figurines (mine were bought at the dollar store)

First prepare your salt dough and then roll it out to about 1/2 inch thick. You can use a cookie cutters or just

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{Dinosaur Week} How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight Book Review

To start off Dinosaur Week on Love, Play, Learn I thought I would share and review one of my daughter’s favorite books.

How does a dinosaur say goodnight review

How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague

This book features mothers and fathers who are attempting

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