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39 Dinosaur Word Cards

Classroom Themes:  Dinosaur Printable Word Cards

  • 39 Dinosaur Printables - Theme word cards, available with membership...
Theme Words

Dinosaur Theme Word Cards List

extinct fossil bones footprint herbivore
carnivore teeth rocks sharp scary
Stegosaurus Tyrannosaurus Pterasaur Velociraptor Triceratops
Apatosaurus Diplodocus Brachiosaurus volcano claw
egg nest reptile Jurassic Period
Triassic Period Mesozoic Period Cretaceous
Period long neck beak predator spikes
fly horns hunting lizard hipped bird hipped
prehistoric Paleontologist terrible lizard PLUS EXTRA SPACE TO ADD YOUR WORDS.....
Ideas for Use

Dinosaur Theme Words - Suggestions for Use


  • Classification words - for example classify dinosaurs into herbivores, carnivores, those with beaks, spikes, fly, horns, predators - use other books to find dinosaurs to place in these categories - make a graph.

  • Make a time line and use the different periods as titles along this line

  • Make small black and white individual copies of the words for each child.  Children colour in, circle all the phonic blends - basically play around with the words.  Their are lots of 'double letters' within these dinosaur words.

  • Use our 'Interesting Facts about ______' book to create a class book about 'Interesting Facts about Dinosaurs' or individual dinosaurs - eg - each child makes up a book about a particular dinosaur they pick - eg 'Interesting Facts about Tyrannosaurus'.

  • Use these small individual words for children to cut up and glue back together again, put in alphabetical order, etc.

  • Of course don't forget to utilize our document - 101 Ways to Use Word Cards - this is great for activities with these Dinosaur Theme words.

  • Print them out - glue them onto coloured backing card so that a nice colour border can be seen, and use them for all sorts of activities - theme word walls, writing reference and more...

  • Use our Printable Alphabet Book as a template to add types of Dinosaurs to each alphabet page.

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