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Dinosaurs

A collection of dinosaur related primary teaching resources including a very detailed set of dinosaur fact sheets, perfect for learning about prehistoric creatures. Here you will also find a set of dinosaur masks and posters, which are great for use in role-play. Please note we also have some dinosaur stock images available in our photos and illustrations section.


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Editable Dinosaur Labels

Editable Dinosaur Themed Stickers

Feeding Dinosaurs Target Game

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Hatching Dinosaurs: Number Bonds to 10 Activity

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Hatching Dinosaurs: Number Bonds to 10 Picture Cards

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Hatching Dinosaurs: Number Bonds to 20 Activity

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Hatching Dinosaurs: Number Bonds to 20 Picture Cards

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Large Dinosaur Fossil Display Poster

Small World Scenery: Dinosaur Scene

Small World Scenery: Dinosaurs


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