ABC Online - Walking with Dinosaurs - Several outstanding sites including Dinosaur Playground, Dinosaur Puzzle, Dinosaur Bones, Dinosaur Memory, and Dinosaur Slide Game for the younger children. Don't miss the timeline for each period at the top of the page, the fact sheets, and Meet the Dinosaurs.
Dino-Roar - A site where students can hear how duckbill dinosaurs may have sounded and read how scientists at Sandia Labs reached their conclusions.
Dinobase - Dinosaur Database - Dinobase contains an alphabetical dinosaur species list, as well as a list by author (discoverer) or date (of discovery). Dinosaur Cards are alphabetical by genera and provide the length, weight, time period, and distribution for many species. Includes general information about these ancient reptiles, speculation about why they died out, a bibliography, and photographs.
Dinorama - Stay up-to-date on the dinosaur world with National Geographic's Dinorama, featuring news about scientific discoveries such as the bones of a chicken-sized dinosaur in China or a dinosaur skeleton with a crocodile-like skull in the Sahara. You'll also find videoclips and audioclips from press conferences and interviews with paleontologists, as well as "Did you know?" trivia. Younger readers will enjoy the online version of National Geographic's children's magazine, World, Wanted Albertosaurus, which allows them to follow a dinosaur detective as he searches for a field of dinosaur fossils. They can also join an egg hunt and hatch fossilized dinosaur eggs in "Dinosaur Eggs", a behind-the-scenes look at the 1996 *National Geographic* feature "The Great Dinosaur Egg Hunt."
Dinosaur Theme - CLN - This "Theme Page" has links to two types of resources related to the study of dinosaurs. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are also links to instructional materials (lesson plans) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme.
Dinosaur Tracks - WebQuest - Your mission is to investigate dinosaur tracks. You will discover what different dinosaur tracks look like, and where they are found. In order to have your map approved by Dan, you will need the following: A map displaying your work. A list of vocabulary words and their meanings. Pictures of different types of dinosaurs.
Dinosaur WebQuest - WebQuest - Travel back through time to learn about dinosaurs! The purpose of this expedition is to learn about prehistoric life! Learn about the size, shape, movement, and food of dinosaurs. Grades K-2
Dinosaur WebQuest - WebQuest - Your assignment if you accept: To travel back into time to recover some dinosaur DNA. It seems that many birds are dying off from some mysterious reason and are in danger of extinction. You and your team will need to trace back the ancestry of birds and find any and all relatives, recover the DNA and return safely. Check out the reason for their extinction. Make sure it's not the same thing happening all over again.
Dinosauria - The University of California at Berkeley has created several dinosaur exhibits, including one about a recent dinosaur discovery. Grades 6-12
Dinosaurs - Gander Academy's Theme Pages - a great wealth of resources from all over the Web
Dinosaurs - Model Thematic Unit - Thematic Unit For Primary Grades from the University of South Carolina
Dinosaurs - First grade activity pages from Mountain City Elementary
Dinosaurs: A Thematic Unit for Primary - complete multi-disciplinary unit
Dinosaurs Education - Great info on dinosaurs
Dinosaurs Fact List - Simple information pages about many dinosaurs for children.
Dinosaurs Home Page - Comprehensive unit
Dinosphere - A site developed at the Children's Museum in Indianapolis with interesting stories about many facets of dinosaurs, including a location where students may dig for dinosaurs, as well as great ideas for making dinosaur models from classroom materials.
Dinoworld -This exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Natural History lets you see the skeletons and fossils of 18 dinosaur species. As you view the bones and artwork, you can read facts about each species and discover the translation of each dinosaur's name--learning, for example, which dinosaur's name means "the egg thief" or which dinosaur was named "elegant jaw."
Discovering Dinosaurs - Creative activities sponsored by Encyclopaedia Britannica Web site. Use a time grid to read about dinosaur anatomy, behavior, or physiology. Teacher study guides to the activities, which includes teaching and classroom management strategies, assessment and evaluation tips, correlations to national science education standards, and additional resources.
Discovery Channel - Walking with Dinosaurs - Play the Dinosaur Survival Game!
Dyllan's Dinosaur Pages - Created for a 7-year-old who loves dinosaurs!
Elementary Theme Pages - The Dinosaurs - Elementary Theme Pages by Jim Cornish, Gander Academy, Newfoundland, Canada
Field Museum - A great site with several useful areas related to dinosaurs including, "Sue on the Web," a presentation explaining how a new T-Rex dinosaur is being conserved.
Funology.com - Dinosaur Movie
InfoQuest Foundation - Learn about fossil hunting by seeing two of the most exciting expeditions ever! View the amazing images and read diary entries written by researchers in Patagonia and the Gobi Desert.
Instructional Materials in Paleontology - CLN (Community Learning Networks) Theme Pages are a mix of links providing curricular content (information, tutorials, lessons) with web sites that offer instructional materials (lesson plans, advice for teachers, tips).
PaleoZoo: Home of Prehistoric America, Dinosaurs - Select a state to learn about its dinosaurs, prehistoric heritage, fossils and state soil.
Paleontology: The Big Dig - Learn, study, explore, and play games! from the American Museum of Natural History
Proteacher.com - A comprehensive listing of dinosaur lesson plans on this site by and for K-6 teachers. You'll find WebQuests, class activities, individual projects, curricular units--and a link to a "recipe" for your students to make their own fossil prints.
Who Is Sue? - Sue is the largest, most complete, and best preserved Trex skeleton ever found. Learn all about Sue, her significance, and life at her new home at the Field Museum in Chicago.
Zoom Dinosaurs - Enchanted Learning - Learn about dinosaurs, fossils, extinction, and geologic time. You can also use the illustrated dictionary of dinosaur-related terms, take quizzes, play games, and see what's in the Dino News. Use the menu to the left to help you find your way around. A commercial site with banner ads but this site contains amazing resources for the classroom study of dinosaurs.