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Downloadable worksheets:
DINOSAURS.colors and numbers one to ten
Level: elementary
Age: 3-7
Downloads: 479

DINOSAURS "Warm-blooded or Cold-blooded" (B&W+KEY included)
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 353

A Day at the Museum "Simple Past"
Level: elementary
Age: 6-14
Downloads: 309

Level: elementary
Age: 6-14
Downloads: 267

DOMINO CARDS - body parts, describing dinosaurs
Level: elementary
Age: 5-10
Downloads: 219

Dinosaurs Reading Comprehension
Level: elementary
Age: 8-14
Downloads: 161



Listen to the Dinosaurs Song and click on the correct word.


They used to . They used to .
They used to
with a toothy .
Some ate and some ate .
Some walked around on just two feet.

Oh, the dinosaurs! Big as !
The dinosaurs! like peas!
Jaws and claws and teeth and ...
that used to growl and groan and moan.

Some had . Some had scales.
Spikes clubs and whip-like .
They fought like . The earth sure shoock.
The volcanos sizzled and the  coocked.


Tyrannosaurus Rex was a  king.
The Stegosaurus'  could really swing.
Brachiosaurus liked to .
Trachodon would and chomp.


They roamed the earth for a  million years...
without worries, cares or .
Then one  they hit the soil...
they're fossils, gas and oil!





  Dino Quiz - Check your knowledge about dinosaurs:
1. People and dinosaurs lived at the same time.  TRUE  FALSE
2. Some dinos had no teeth. TRUE FALSE
3. There were snakes during the time of dinosaurs TRUE FALSE
4. Dinosaurs became extict 5 million years ago TRUE FALSE
5. Some dinosaurs were the size of a chicken. TRUE FALSE
6. The tallest dinosaur was as tall as a six-storey building. TRUE FALSE
7. Crocodiles are living relatives of dinosaurs. TRUE FALSE
8. Dinosaus had very small brains. TRUE FALSE
9. All dinosaurs walked on four legs. TRUE FALSE
10. The word dinosaur means terrible lizard in Greek. TRUE FALSE
 Find the correct word to complete each sentence:
1. The preserved remains of an plant or animal that lived long ago is a
2. Animals that eat only plants, leaves, vegetables and nuts are
3. Animals that hunt and eat other animals are
4. Someone who studies fossils of phe historic plants and animals is a
5. Dinosaurs ruled the Earth for 160 million years before becoming  
 Do you know the names of these dinosaurs?
Read the description and write the name under each picture.

Stegosaurus - A dinosaur with plates on its back and spikes on its tail.

Triceratops - A dinosaur with a large horn above each eye and a smaller horn on the nose, a bony collar extending from the neck and a long and powerful tail.  It was about 25-30 feet in length.

Velociraptor - A small but fierce two-legged dinosaur with large claws on its small hands which it used by grasping prey.
Tyrannosaurus Rex - A large and fierce carnivore. They walked on two legs, and had very small forelimbs compared to the rest of the body. Their tail was also very large.
Apatosaurus - One of the largest animals to have ever walked on Earth, the Apatosaurus had long whip-like tails that counter balanced their long necks.

Ankylosaurus - A dinosaur with an armor made of very tough bones and scales. They had  2 long rows of spikes coming from the side of its body and had a very large bony tail “club”.

Brachiosaurus - The largest, heaviest, and among the least inteligent dinosaurs found to date. They had a had a large body with a very long neck.

Parasaurolophus -  A long-crested, duck-billed dinosaur. It was a plant eater and lived in herds.

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                                                                                Anna Pessôa