This round-up of Dinosaur crafts and activities is perfect for the Dinosaur fan in your life. These crafts and activities are a great way to explore more about the prehistoric giants.
My son loves dinosaurs! And making these dinosaur crafts and activities is a great way for us to spend time together. Also, to learn more about dinosaurs.
His favorite movie is The Land Before Time. I love that a movie from my childhood is my son’s favorite movie:)
D is for Dinosaur Craft from Kindergarten Connection
Here is a great craft for your little preschooler who is learning the alphabet. Supplies you’ll need are construction paper, googly eyes, and a bingo dabber. If you don’t have a bingo dabber on hand you could decorate your dino letter with markers.
Handprint Dinosaur Card Craft from Simple Everyday Mom
This is a cute craft to give away to family members and friends. Or to keep it for yourself. Supplies you will need colored paper, the printable template, and googly eyes.
Wearable Dinosaur Crafts
Egg Carton Dinosaur Hat from Crafty Morning
This is a wearable craft that will transform your little one into a roartastic dino. Supplies you’ll need is an egg carton, paint, and cardboard.
Easy Dinosaur Feet from Rainy Day Mum
Another wearable craft that will have your kids stomping around like little dinos. To make this craft you will need 2 tissue boxes and construction paper.
DIY Paper Dinosaur Hat from Paper and Glue
Transform your little one into a spiky dinosaur with this craft. All you need for this craft is green construction paper and tape.
Popsicle Stick Dinosaur Crafts
Popsicle Sticks Triceratops Craft from I Heart Arts n Crafts
This is an adorable craft for the Triceratops lover in your life. You’ll need popsicle sticks, colored paper, and googly eyes.
Popsicle Stick Dinosaur from Glued to My Crafts
A cute dinosaur craft for your little ones to put together. You will need popsicle sticks, colored paper, and paint.
Paper Plate Dinosaur Crafts
Paper Plate Triceratops from Arty Crafty Kids
This grinning triceratops is a fun craft for your little ones to make. Supplies you’ll need are paper plates and paint.
Paper Plate Dino Kids Crafts from I Heart Arts n Crafts
A fun dinosaur craft where you will be using bubble wrap to stamp on the body of your dinosaur. I would have never thought to turn bubble wrap into a stamp. Such a cool idea! You will need paper plates, paint, googly eyes, a paper towel roll, and bubble wrap.
Dinosaur Archaeology from Busy Toddler
This is a great sensory activity for your little ones. This activity involves making cloud dough. Then placing small dinosaurs in it for your explorer to find. The materials you will need are flour, vegetable oil, small dinosaurs, and a paintbrush.
Dinosaur Tracks from Sunshine and Chaos
A fun and simple activity for your kids to do. All you need is paper and paint. And dinosaurs to make the tracks.
Hatching Dinosaur Eggs
Frozen Dinosaur Eggs from The Imagination Tree
In this activity, your little ones will be hatching dinosaurs from frozen eggs. This will be a fun activity to do on a hot summer day! The materials you will need are balloons, small dinosaurs, water, and glitter.
Hatching Dinosaur Eggs from Little Bins Little Hands
My kids love putting bath bombs in the bath and watching them fizz. So I know they will love this activity! Your little ones will be using vinegar to hatch the dinos out of these fizzing eggs.
This activity will take some prep but it will be a fun learning experiment! Materials you will need are baking soda, vinegar, food coloring, plastic wrap, water, small dinosaurs. Also, an eyedropper or squirt bottle.
Dinosaur Fossils with Salt Dough from Pre-K Pages
Here is a dinosaur activity where you can teach your little ones about a Paleontologist do. You will need to make salt dough for this activity. Also, you will need small dinosaurs to make an impression in the salt do.
Materials you will need are small dinosaurs, salt, flour, and water.
Easy Salt Dough Fossils from Simple Everyday Mom
A fun fossil activity where your little ones can pretend they are a Paleontologist. Who are out in the field digging for fossils. In this activity, you will be making dinosaur bones out of salt dough. Once you have made the bones one can bury them in the sand for your little Paleontologist to find!
Materials you will need are flour, salt, water, sand, and a paint brush.
Here is a list of other supplies you might need that I didn’t list above.
- glue stick
- paint brushes
My son loves dinosaurs and making crafts and doing activities with him to help him to learn more about them.
I hope the Paleontologist in your life enjoys this round-up of Dinosaur crafts and activities. Which dinosaur craft or activity is your favorite? Let me know in the comments:)
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