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Science & Nature
Learn All About the Spinosaurus!
In this lesson, students will meet our baby Spinosaurus, named Paleo, while they learn all about the the largest theropod dinosaur to every walk on our planet.
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This lesson will take part during our baby Spinosaurus feeding. During the feeding we will discuss why the Spinosaurus is the largest theropod dinosaur, when and where did the Spinosaurus live and how the Spinosaurus may have hunted for fish in the wild. • The lesson will include a 20-25 minute presentation followed by a prehistoric social that includes a question and answer session. • Learners are also encouraged to bring their dinosaur toys and figures to share with the group after the...
Students will meet our baby Spinosaurus, named Paleo, as we teach them all about the largest theropod dinosaur who ever lived on our planet, up to this point. Learners should go away with an understanding of how large the Spinosaurus was, where the Spinosaurus lived and what it might have actually used its sail for.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will refer to many visuals including our slides presentation, our replica fossil collection and our many dinosaur figures.
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Roar! (which means hello in dinosaur of course). Do your learners love dinosaurs as much as I do? Unlike most adults, I continued liking dinosaurs as I got older! I've been educating and entertaining children all about dinosaurs and prehistoric...