Dinosaurs on the Move: Articulated Paper Dolls to Cut, Color, and Assemble, Second Edition (Paperback)
Introduce the wonder of natural history and inspire a love of paleontology with this creative learning tool, featuring easy-to-assemble dinosaurs in pre-colored and colorable versions. Children will love making movable, accurate dinosaur action figures!
Assembling these figures requires mini-brads and a 1/8-inch hole punch (not included).
New dinosaur worlds await your children (ages 6 to 12) with our dinosaur activities as they cut, color, and assemble articulated dinosaurs and join in the fun! Inspire the imagination and creativity of your child, as your living room floor becomes the new stage for age-old dinosaur battles. Who will rule the dinosaur kingdom? Tyrannosaurus rex? Triceratops? Clash their teeth and move their jaws as you act out your own stories.
Sharpen your child’s storytelling abilities and fine motor skills with nine dinosaurs and one flying reptile that come ready to cut and assemble. Each articulated figure is printed on sturdy card stock and is able to move when assembled with fasteners. Two versions of each creature are included: colored pages for children who want to focus on the assembly and use of the figures, and line drawings for those who like to add their own artistic creativity with colored pencils, markers, or paint. The back of each figure is labeled by name for easy identification.
Supply your young learners with meaningful and easy-to-use activities. The dinosaur era will come alive as children create the moving figures and use them to act out stories. They will also learn fascinating facts about these massive creatures: length, weight, habitat, diet, the location of fossil discoveries, and key features. Use this book independently or combine it with any natural history study.
An engaging activity for hands-on learners. Fun to make and play with, again and again!
Includes Stegosaurus, Allosaurus, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Ankylosaurus, Baryonyx, Pteranodon, Brachiosaurus, Ouranosaurus, and Parasaurolophus.