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Jurassic Walk

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Can you walk like a dinosaur?

What do you know about dinosaurs and how and when they lived? 

Can you identify dinosaurs by their footprints?

This STEAM activity introduces children to science, maths and some good old fashioned sleuthing. 

Children will use our dinosaur trackway to look at different dinosaur footprints and hypothesise which dinosaurs came walked first. Were they migrating? Were they hunting? Were they running to escape? This is what your group will have to determine using some scientific methods.

The group will then split into teams and have to puzzle together some life size dinosaur footprint puzzle pieces. They will gain a greater understanding of just how big these creatures truly were. When the puzzle pieces are all assembled, the children will be able to demonstrate how big these creatures were, if they were carnivorous, herbivore's or omnivores.

Next the children will  get to play a game of Rocca, or if they are a little younger, walk like a dinosaur pretending to create big footprints. After this, children will create their own fossil-like dino print. Everyone will then get to help create a giant mural of a trackway to display within the service.


Workshop Inclusions:

  • 1 x STEM Presenters (approximately 1.5 hour workshop)

  • 1 x Jurassic Walk presentation/workshop

  • 1 x Giant dinosaur skeleton

  • 1 x risk assessment

  • Resources for up to 30 children, contact us about additional pricing for larger groups

  • 1 x PDF Educator Resource (includes Snapshot of workshop, Analysis of Learning, Follow on activity ideas and links to EYLF or MTOP and the NQF)

Suitable for 2-4 and 5-12 year olds


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