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Printable Dinosaur Math/Science Worksheets

Hi!  Welcome to my blog!  For some reason, this nondescript entry has become one of my most popular posts of all time.  If you’re here because you were googling dinosaur math, welcome, but I don’t really have a lot more math printables.  If you want to read more anyway, click here to get to the REAL excitement.

(That said, if you want to download this printable from Google Docs/Drive, it may deny you permission and send me an email requesting that I share it with you.  I don’t know why it does this and I have to do it manually for each and every person, even though I told Google Docs/Drive that anybody who has the link can download it.  So anyway, be patient – I have to do it manually.)

Two new printables for math or science – sorting and graphing dinosaur heights.  There’s also some work in here on cardinal vs ordinal numbers, since this is coming up in our math workbook.  I made these because we’re going to the museum next week!  Plus, we haven’t touched on graphing skills in a long time.

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There are a few exercises to do with the ordinal numbers – including pretending the dinos are waiting in line (maybe to buy movie tickets, maybe to get their lunch…).  As each dino gets his snack (or whatever), you can move the others forward in line.  You could also pretend the snack counter MOVES to the end of the line and thus the child has to renumber the dinos (the one that was last becomes first).  These ideas were inspired by suggestions in the JUMP math materials.

  • You can download this from my secular-subjects printables page (scroll down or search for dinosaurs).
  • For limudei kodesh (Jewish subject) printables, click here.

Since our current Magic Tree House book is The Knight at Dawn, we’re planning on visiting the armour and I may throw something together for that as well.

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