LONG NECKS, THREE HORNS, FLIERS.
This topic guest was designed for Cain and Karace.
By Vicki Lewis a Valdosta State University Preservice Teacher.


WHAT DO YOU CALL A SLEEPING DINOSAUR? CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT. DID YOU KNOW THAT THE FIRST DINOSAURS WERE PROBABLY AS SMALL AS A RABBIT? THERE ARE SEVERAL OTHER INTERESTING FACTS TO BE FOUND ON THIS PAGE. WON'T YOU JOIN ME IN A DINO JOURNEY?

 
Would you like to see some really large and in charge animals? You can also learn facts about dinosaurs and play matching games.
Do you know what the very largest creature to roam the earth was? CLICK. Where do you think it was found?
Click to play trivia games, color pages and learn lots of interesting facts. You can find lots of fun things to do here.
Check out Sue at her new home. Does Georgia have a state dinosaur, maybe ,maybe not? Find out here. You can also find out about the largest or smallest dinosaur. CLICK.
Are there any dinosaurs alive today? What about the Bald Eagle? CLICK
What happened to the dinosaurs? Did they go blind and get lost? Did the caterpillars eat all of their food? CLICK
Hi guys click on this page for a ton of neat things to do. There is also a whole herd of information to read about. Click.
Do you like pictures, games and facts? Check this site out! CLICK
Want to see a very colorful picture book? Click here.
Visit the kids encyclopedia at this site to find out more about extinction. CLICK
Want to know how big a dino brain is? Visit here. CLICK.

 
 
MISSION
Our mission today is to report about our favorite dinosaur. We are going to write a report for our school newspaper at Willacoochee Elem. We will share what our dinosaur looks like and what he would eat for his lunch.
MISSION STEPS
1. We will visit our web sites.
2. You will select a favorite dinosaur after looking at several.
3. You will draw a picture to share with our school and class mates.
4. You can tell me what you want me to write in your report about you dinosaur, such as his size or eating habits.
 
 
 


 
 

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