- Make a diorama, or surprise your kids with their own dinosaurs
- Bake a cake that represents the layers of the Earth
- Make a stop-motion video using the objects or pictures of your choice
- Make your own crystals using chemistry or make some edible rock candy
- It will be cold this time of year, but Colorado is a great place to visit a cave. Visiting a rock and mineral shop is also a good way to take about the rocks and minerals that are native to your state.
- Make a salt dough fossil (or ornaments). If you don't have cookie cutters, you can use your own dinosaur toys
- Set up a fossil find with chicken bones
- Compare human anatomony versus dinosaur anatomy. Bone and muscle names often have Latin roots. Learn Mnemonics for chemistry and mnemonics for anatomy, or make your own
It's Dinovember, and dinosaurs are a great way to cover so many subjects and in a fun way. Whether your child is an artist or a scientist, you can take many different directions.
If your child is taking an interest in other things, you can mix it up with different objects Robots, dolls, action figures, stuffed animals... the options are endless.
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