Scooters: Digging for Dinosaurs

Opening Song

(see week one for words)


Book: Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs by Byron Barton


If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands

If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands

If you’re happy and you know it then your face will surely show it

If you’re happy and you know it clap your hands.

Stomp your feet…

Flap your wings…

Give a roar…


Book: A Number of Dinosaurs by Paul & Henrietta Stickland

 This pop up book was a huge success. Two people came and asked if they could check it out but alas, it was a reference only copy.

Magnet Board Book: Ten Terrible Dinosaurs by Paul Strickland

This is actually a book by the same author as the last book but I copied the dinosaurs and did it in a magnet board to make it more interesting.

TEN terrible dinosaurs standing in a line

Soon began to push until there were

NINE enormous dinosaurs – their dancing was just great!

But one was too spiky, so then there were

EIGHT hungry dinosaurs who thought they were in heaven

One got extremely full and then there were

SEVEN silly dinosaurs playing goofy tricks

One went too far, so then there were

SIX stomping dinosaurs who danced a crazy jive

One got tangled up, so then there were

FIVE feisty dinosaurs stamping on the floor

“Quiet down!” cried one, and then there were

FOUR fearless dinosaurs swinging from a tree

One got stuck, so then there were

THREE thundering dinosaurs who flapped and almost flew

One took off, and then there were

TWO tired dinosaurs, sick of all the fun

One got taken home, so then there was

ONE sleepy dinosaur who soon began to snore

His friends sneaked up behind him and loudly yelled, ROAR!


You put your hands in you put your hands out

You put your hands in and you shake them all about

You do the dino pokey and you turn yourself around

That’s what its all about!

You put your feet in…

You put your tail in…


Book: Oh My Oh My Oh Dinosaurs! By Sandra Boynton


(see week one for words)

Then we made the cutest craft. I just loved it. And its easier than it looks. You only paint the pinky & the thumb. Easy-peasy.



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