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Dinosaur Chase Game: Who Are You Mr Dinosaur?

Dinosaur Chase Game: Who Are You Mr. Dinosaur?

About This Primary Resource

This is a game similar to What’s the Time Mr Wolf? One player is the dinosaur and stands one end of the playground and has a bag with the 4 laminated dinosaur cards inside. On the opposite side of the playground the other children stand in a line facing the dinosaur and ask:
‘Who are you Mr/Mrs/Child’s Name Dinosaur?’

The dinosaur takes a card from the bag, holds it up and shouts out the name of the dinosaur and how many steps they may take. If the dinosaur is a Tyrannosaurus Rex then he has to chase them. The first person caught becomes the new dinosaur.

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  1. Julie

    Thank you

  2. Tanja

    I follow your site over the years, and you really have a wonderful resource for teaching. Sincerely, Tanja from Serbia

  3. Helen

    I like the idea to use in preschool and in my Rainbow Guide unit

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