Kids can follow along step by step with this learn to draw tutorial and soon they will have their very own diplodocus to colour in!
What did a woolly mammoth look like? Well, you would probably have been a bit more scared to meet him than if you met this jolly mammoth! Follow along step by step to learn to draw your own.
Drawing a smilodon is easy when you take it step by step! Just follow along and soon the kids will be drawing their own smilodon...
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.
This friendly stegosaurus is more cartoon than "realistic" but we think learning how to draw him will appeal to the kids.
When I was very young I always thought triceratops lived in treetops - I think I got his name muddled up! Here's a fun step by step "learn to draw a triceratops" printable for the kids.
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.
Velociraptors featured in the first Jurassic Park movie - and they were scary! We now know that they were much smaller than portrayed in that movie - about the size of a turkey - and possibly had feathers. Here's a fun "learn to draw" tutorial for the kids.
Have the kids ever attempted to draw an allosaurus? No? Well, now they can - with the help of this step by step learn to draw printable!
We've got lots of colourful pictures all to do with school to print and cut out, ready for the children to sort into big and small on the printable mats. Great as a back to school activity, but perfect for practising sorting skills all year round!
Beep Beep! Can the children sort the buses from biggest to smallest (and then from smallest to biggest)? You can laminate the buses to help them last longer...
Here's a colourful size sorting worksheet that's perfect for the kids going back to school, but great fun anytime! Can the children number the pictures in each row according to size?
Print and cut out the different sizes of books, then ask the kids to sort them by size. Laminate the books if you want to reuse them again.
Why not let the kids have a go at drawing their own iguanadon? It's not easy, but we make it easier with this step by step tutorial.
The pteranodon was a huge flying dinosaur, with a wingspan of up to 6 metres (20 feet)! The kids can have a go at drawing their own pteranodon by following along with our step by step "learn to draw a pteranodon" tutorial...
Search for words relating to the life of Mary Anning, fossil hunter and paleontologist, in this word search puzzle. We've included the names of the dinosaurs she discovered.
The tongue twister "She sells seashells" is said to be about fossil hunter Mary Anning! This worksheet encourages children to try writing their own tongue twister.