Invite your students to learn the reasons for the public's endless fascination with the world's most well-known prehistoric creatures as they complete Dinosaurs Sell!, an Education World QuickQuest. Included: A printable WebQuest.
In this activity, students learn that the Smithsonian National Museum is about to launch a dinosaur Web site, entitled Dinosaurs at the National Museum of Natural History. The interactive exhibit is the first dinosaur exhibit created by a major museum since the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois, unveiled Sue, the largest Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered. In order to publicize the new site, students will create a presentation to increase public interest in dinosaurs and in the exhibit.
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In this activity, students are asked to publicize the National Museum of Natural History's new Web site by creating a presentation to increase public interest in dinosaurs. Working individually or in small groups, students will
Click here for printable version of dinosaur sites.
This site is the best place to start for information about specific dinosaurs or dinosaur families.
This site contains lots of dinosaur information, including a useful Dinosaur Dictionary.
This dinosaur site includes individual pages about many different types of dinosaurs.
Learn how scientists' theories about dinosaurs have changed through the years.
Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Time
Discover a variety of dinosaur information from past issues of National Geographic.
Explore how dinosaurs looked, moved, sounded, and behaved.
Dinosaur Clipart for Kids
This site offers large images of a variety of dinosaurs.
Prehistoric Animals Clipart
Classroom Clipart provides several pages of dinosaur images.
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