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Dinosaurs

by Mary Ann Kelley

Resources about dinosaurs

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Dinosaurs in our backyard  (Y,M)
From the Smithsonian. Painting shows what our "backyard" was like during the Early Cretaceous Period.

Dinosaurs units dinosaurs  (Y)
Mini-unit on dinosaurs (grades K-1)

PaleontOlogy: The Big Dig  (Y,M,O,T)
From Ology - American Museum of Natural History.

Dinosaurs  (Y)
Have a kid that is dino-crazy? This site from the Natural History Museum in London is an online guide to 311 of the most well-described dinosaurs listed by timeline, country, or body shape. Contains evolutionary content.

Zoom Dinosaurs  (Y)
From Enchanted Learning

When Giants Roamed the Earth: Dynamic Dinosaur Pictures  (Y,M)
From Discovery.com Pictures of dinosaurs, many found in North America.

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