Top 10 Sites for Children Learning About Dinosaurs
Is your child learning about dinosaurs in the classroom right now? Do they have an interest in dinosaurs? Check out the K-12 Directory of School‘s Top 10 Sites for Children Learning About Dinosaurs to find the best places on the web for your child’s dinosaur school project or fascination!
- Kids Dinos: Which dinosaurs were the largest? The smallest? Which had the most amount of horns? Which ate the most food? Let your child discover the answer him or herself with a 100%-interactive site!
- Prehistoric World by National Geographic: National Geographic always delivers visual excellence when teaching others about the world. Browse through the Prehistoric World with your child!
- Dinosaur Eggs at National Geographic: Let National Geographic take you through different dinosaur eggs and fossils.
- Dinosaur Facts: They claim to be the greatest dinosaur site in the world!
- Curse of T. Rex: Very interactive, colorful site; a companion to the NOVA program.
- Dinosaurs for Kids: Jam-packed with dinosaur imagery.
- Billy Bear 4 Kids on Dinosaurs: Not as high-tech as some of the other sites, but definitely colorful and fun for children to scroll through.
- For kids: facts about dinosaurs!: Read this to your child, or have them read about it him or herself.
- The Dinosaur Time Machine: A small and fun dinosaur project site for children.
- Dino Buzz: Slightly higher reading level site for budding minds on dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs are a common topic in the elementary school classroom and in children’s general interests. Children that display a love for dinosaurs can not only be encouraged through Internet sites such as these, but also through DVDs, toys, and children-friendly electronic and board games. Nurture your child’s interest in the ancient world and you could potentially foster years of historical and archaeological love to come!
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