Dinosaurs KS1 – Worksheets
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mariedp

Dinosaurs KS1 – Worksheets

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Printable Worksheets Lots of different worksheets for fiction and non-fiction activities. Dinosaurs Facts: completing sentences using appropriate words; cut and paste dinosaur pictures and match to best descriptions; sorting dinosaurs into herbivore and carnivore categories (cut and paste); looking at measurements (weigh and length) and writing numbers in correct order; writing names of dinosaurs in the correct alphabetic order. Writing sheets: writing facts about a dinosaur; creating a scene and write about it (cut and paste); completing a story plan, a book cover and blurb for a story; describing and labelling a story character; using writing sheets for dinosaur story book; sorting dinosaur book covers into fiction and non-fiction categories (cut and paste); providing examples of fiction and non-fiction text; explaining differences between fiction and non-fiction book covers. Includes a Word Mat for story writing and spellings with story prompts (beginning, middle, end), verbs and adjectives as well as names of dinosaurs.
Dinosaur 1 More 1 Less
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helenmchapman

Dinosaur 1 More 1 Less

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Dinosaur Egg Challenge 1 more and 1 less or extend to 2 more and 2 less Suitable for EYFS or KS1 Full set of printable resources Dinosaur themed
Year 2 Dinosaur Investigation
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katieogrady

Year 2 Dinosaur Investigation

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An opportunity for pupils to apply their mathematical skills in a fun, practical way! A set of 5 progressive learning activities that are designed to match the addition and subtraction statements on the Interim Framework. Includes Working Towards, Expected and Greater Depth skills. - I can use number bonds to 20 and related number facts - I can reason about addition - I can count in 2s and 5s from 0 - I can rewrite addition statements as multiplication statements - I can use multiplication facts to make deductions - I can add and subtract a two digit number and ones/tens - I can work out calculations where regrouping is required - I can use the inverse to work out missing number calculations - I can solve more complex missing number problems
Dinosaurs Fact Sheets
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mariedp

Dinosaurs Fact Sheets

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Dinosaurs Fact sheets - for reading activities and independent research A5 fact sheets (A4 designed to be folded in half and recommend laminating) with clear information about each dinosaur- for a Reading Corner, Topic Board or Writing Corner
Dinosaur food chains
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beccy597

Dinosaur food chains

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I used these information cards on different dinosaurs to start a project with my year 7s. I told my students that we were designing a fish tank, but for dinosaurs! They had to choose their favourite for their tank. They had to think about other dinosaurs they'd have to include to create a food chain for their pet, as well as the habitat. More able students also thoughts about other things they might want to include based no the adaptations of their chosen dinosaur. Alternatively, students could use these to make a food chain, or food web, and the extension task could be to write about their adaptations or habitats.
Year 1 Comprehensions - Dinosaurs
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blossomingminds

Year 1 Comprehensions - Dinosaurs

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This resource contains 4 comprehension activities all about dinosaurs. They are suitable for using with year 1 or lower ability year 2. They each contain a short piece of text with words that can be sounded out. There are three trickier words which have pictures to help children work out what they say. The text is followed by 5 simple questions. There are four different comprehensions: What were dinosaurs? Diplodocus Triceratops Tyrannosaurus Rex There is also a PowerPoint included in the pack containing a slide for each text so that you can go through the comprehensions before the children complete them. Each slide also contains 3 words that are trickier to sound out, with sound buttons underneath them. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.
Dinosaurs
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rachaelsparkes3

Dinosaurs

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Dinosaur pictures to match to information cards. Cut and stick idea to learn key facts about different dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs love Underpants
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fgbarrie

Dinosaurs love Underpants

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A unit of work based on the book by Claire Freedman. Includes work on title, author, illustrator, blurb, similes, commas, apostrophes, long vowels and a sequencing task. Also includes a writing task. Slides can be edited and printed out to make worksheets. PLEASE VIEW AS A SLIDESHOW, not on PowerPoint viewer, as it won't make sense otherwise.
Year 2 SATs Comprehension - Dinosaurs
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blossomingminds

Year 2 SATs Comprehension - Dinosaurs

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This resource is a non-fiction comprehension activity for year 2. It is all about dinosaurs! The booklet is based on the KS1 SATs reading paper and includes 3 differentiated levels. There are a range of ‘what,’ ‘how,’ and ‘why’ questions, some multiple choice tick questions and some that require more detailed answers. The activity is also laid out in a similar way to the SATs booklets, with four pages of pictures and short written extracts to read and 2-3 questions per page. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.
Dinosaur Assembly
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suesplays

Dinosaur Assembly

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Dinosaurs Rock Assembly or Class Play Ever wondered which dinosaur was the *biggest, the smallest, the most heavily armoured, the brightest, the fastest, the deadliest, the weirdest ..... Read on and find out! Cast of 30 - easily adaptable up or down Duration - around 10 minutes not including music Also available, set of guided reading dinosaur scripts Sample Text Music 2 - We Will Rock You - Queen (Enter Seismosaurus, Mamenchisaurus, Giganotosaurus, Spinosaurus, and Carcharodontosaurus) (Everyone shaking in seats) Narrator: What's happening? Is it an earthquake? Seismosaurus: Sorry! That would be me! I'll try not to move - all 120 feet of me! They don't call me ‘earth-shaking lizard' for nothing! Mamenchisaurus: But when you've got necks as long as us, you really don't need to move that far! My neck alone was 46 feet long! Gigantosaurus: And I, Gigantosaurus, was the daddy of the meat-eaters! All 8,000 kilograms of me! Carcharondontaurus: And I sure had a mean pair of ‘choppers' - no prizes for guessing where my name ‘shark-tooth lizard' came from! Spinosaurus: Well, take a look at my jaws! I, Spinosaurus, was called spiny lizard because of these spines on my back, but nobody was going to argue with these (snapping crocodile-like jaws, open and shut) For optional poetry addition see The Dinosaurs That Time Forgot by David Harmer and Paul Cookson. Writer, Sue Russell, has included information from recent discovery of 'the largest' as per Telegraph article "Giant of giants rises from the desert" May 18 2014
Design a Dinosaur
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TwinkleStar68

Design a Dinosaur

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My Year 1 class worked in groups to complete a TASC wheel. Contains the powerpoint we used to discuss the different sections of the TASC wheel. Also contains the worksheet they used to design their dinosaur. We printed out the TASC wheel from A4 to A3 for each group to work on.
Dinosaur Co-ordinates
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tjwithey

Dinosaur Co-ordinates

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The resource is a set of eight Dinosaur pictures created by plotting co-ordinates on an x and y axis. Four of them are on both a positive and negative axis and also just using positive numbers. This has proved to be an enjoyable exercise with years 5 and 6, as part of the Dinosaur topic work when used in the maths lesson. It can also be used as homework. The main file is in excel with tabs for each Dinosaur.
Dinosaur timeline
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beckyjanehutchings

Dinosaur timeline

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aimed at year 2 - basic information about the time periods that dinosaurs lived through - Triassic, Jurassic, Cretaceous please note: The dates may be a bit out as many books/websites said different dates!
Dinosaur Addition
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deb1

Dinosaur Addition

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Children complete additions based on the information provided in a picture. Can be used as a worksheet, or laminated for use as a re-usable resource. Easily edited to use different numbers by adding/removing pictures.
Dinosaur Unit - Mary Anning
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princessdani22

Dinosaur Unit - Mary Anning

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A great addition for your next Dinosaur Unit. Includes ; Make your own Dinosaur Information Book Make your own Mary Anning Information Book Dinosaur Roleplay Activties Make your own fossils instructions Dinosaur Key Words Mats Dinosaur Timelines and Information Cards Dinosaur Labelling Dinosaur Sorting Dinosaur Writing Sheets Write the room