The idea of this spinosaurus puzzle is for the children to fill in the missing parts of the picture on top by referring to the picture on the bottom. It's a great way to practise concentration and copying skills, but fun too!
Explore our spinosaurus printables. They are useful for researching this Cretacious period dinosaur which could have been the largest of all the carnivorous dinosaurs - even bigger than the Tyrannosaurus Rex. His skull suggests that his head was similar to today's crocodile!
A spinosaurus, as you might guess from his name, had a very prominent spine! Kids can learn how to draw their own spinosaurus with this fun learn to draw printable.
The spinosaurus was the biggest of all the carnivorous dinosaurs, even larger than Tyrannosaurus! Colour in our picture of one here.
Start younger children off with our spinosaurus finger tracing worksheet. Colour the picture and then "finger trace" the letters to learn how to form them...
Copy our spinosaurus picture with the help of the square grid. Children can count the squares and copy the details of each one individually if it helps.
Handwriting practice can get a bit tedious but the kids shouldn't get bored using our dinosaur handwriting worksheets. This one features the word SPINOSAURUS and has a picture to colour in too.
Print and display this poster of a Spinosaurus on its own, or with some of our other fabulous dinosaur posters!