Some parts of this scary tyrannosaurus are missing and need to be filled in by the kids. Try it once while looking at the second picture - then try again without any help...
Everyone has heard of the Tyrannosaurus, or T Rex, but do the kids know much about it? Research some facts with the help of our worksheet and other printables!
The king of the dinosaurs, and definitely the most "famous", tyrannosaurus rex ruled the school in the Cretaceous period! Our TRex isn't to fierce, and we think the kids will enjoy learning how to draw him with this fun printable.
Finger trace the letters in the word tyrannosaurus until the children know the correct way to write them, then go over the letters with a pencil carefully. There's a picture to colour in too.
Have a go at our grid copy tyrannosaurus puzzle. It's fun to copy a picture using the squares of a grid, and it takes concentration and practice, and sometimes counting, too.
There are 3 fonts to trace and then space to try to form the letters independently on our tyrannosaurus handwriting worksheet.
What do you know about Tyrannosaurus Rex? Use one of our two notebooking pages to write down what you have learned...
Here's a colouring page featuring the fearsome Tyrannosaurus Rex, a seriously big dinosaur that was over 6m tall!
Grab your pens or crayons and have a go at colouring in perhaps the most famous, fearsome dinosaur of them all, the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Print out our poster of perhaps the most well-known and very fearsome dinosaur, the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
This tyrannosaurus template comes in a variety of sizes can be used in all sorts of crafty projects - for example, collage, scrapbooking and simple applique. The larger sizes can also be used as writing frames in the classroom.