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Dinosaurs:
How Big Were They?

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Using a variety of reference books, determine the size of 3 or 4 dinosaurs. Tape a line on your floor that is the length of each dinosaur. Write the dinosaur's name on each piece of tape. Have each child lie down with his/her feet at the bottom of the tape line. Mark off the child's height and write his/her name next to the mark. When everyone has had a turn, let children compare their heights to those of dinosaurs to get a clear understanding of the size of those large animals.


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05/18/2009

 

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