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Extinct!: Are You Smarter than a Plant?Add to list Details
In this online activity, learners find out whether they are smart enough to survive as a plant.
How We Know What The Dinosaurs Looked Like: How Fossils Were FormedAdd to list Details
In this activity (p.7-8 of PDF), learners examine fossil formation.
Dinosaur HomesAdd to list Details
In this activity about dinosaurs and survival, learners use scrap materials to create a miniature dinosaur habitat that includes a food source, water source, and shelter.
Dinosaur Sock PuppetAdd to list Details
In this activity about dinosaurs, learners first participate in a group discussion about where and when dinosaurs lived, how big they were, and who studies them and how.
It's All About Birds
In this activity, learners create their own bird species using arts and crafts materials. The bird call recordings are not online so the introduction activity can't be done, but everything else can.
The Legend of the Flying FrogAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners listen to a story about a made-up endangered species--a flying frog! Learners print out six story pages and then draw the pictures and write the captions.
In this lesson, learners will understand the concepts behind endangered and extinct animals and develop their own conservation plan to save three endangered species.
Dinosaur Footprints & FossilsAdd to list Details
In this activity, early learners simulate fossil prints in play dough or clay.
Endangered!Add to list Details
While playing a game, learners discover how the Endangered Species Act works in the United States. Learners move along a game board by answering questions correctly.
Dinosaur Count and SortAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners sort and count different colored plastic dinosaurs by various attributes including tail length, whether or not the dinosaurs have horns, etc.
North American Endangered Amphibians Card Game
In this activity, learners can play two card games related to endangered species, specifically North American amphibians.