These dinosaur activities are fun to make and good to eat! You will be creating dinosaur footprint cookies using potato footprints to make the impressions in the cookie dough.
Dinosaur walking on wet mud created footprints. When the mud dried the footprints remained and eventually turned to rock if they were covered by dirt and sand before they washed away. The footprints are exposed in some areas by erosion.
Ocean Activity, Icebergs Ahead What would happen if all the ice at the North Pole melted? Find out in this easy and interesting activity.
Kids Science Activities, Spouting Water Try these activities with water spouting out of a pop bottle from three places!
Dinosaur Activity, Did Dinosaurs Walk on Two Legs or Four Legs? In this fun dinosaur activity you will learn how scientists use a dinosaur's center of gravity to determine if it walked on two legs or four legs.
Free Activities, Spinning Colors Twirl a circle and watch the colors blend right before your eyes in this eye-catching activities.
Science Activities Links to activities on this page include building bridges, creating spouting water, growing sugar crystals and much more.
Kids Fun Science The links on this page include information science activities, science experiments, plate tectonics, the rock cycle and much more.
Dinosaur Activities, Dinosaur Footpint Cookies These dinosaur activities are fun to make and good to eat!
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