Dino Dana Dino Activity Guide
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Dino Dana Dino Activity Guide

Experiments, Coloring, Fun Facts and More

By J.J. Johnson, Colleen Russo Johnson, Christin Simms

The third in the Dino Field Guide series, Dana is passing on her field guide to a new paleontologist in training, you! The Dino Dana Activity Guide is filled with new dino experiments, Dana’s craft ideas, and other exciting activities to help young dino fans uncover more about their favourite prehistoric creatures. 

Dinosaur Coloring Book Field Guide with Fun Facts and Find-a-Word Activities

#1 New Release in Fossils

My First Dinosaur Field Guide is a field guidebook for kids that introduces dinosaurs, fossils, and archeological experiments.

Discover a dinosaur on every page. Join Dino Dana as she builds friendships with a Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus, and a Triceratops. Fans of the Amazon Prime TV show from the incredible show's creator and executive producer, J. J. Johnson; developmental scientist, Colleen Russo Johnson, PhD; and Emmy-winning producer Christin Simms, will love having this colorful field guide to follow Dino Dana on her adventures. Larn about 36 different dinosaurs, such as the Brachiosaurus, Kosmoceratops, and Spinosaurus. This field guide features word searches, fact-finder fill-ins to color, and search and finds. Your little paleontologist will be delighted.

Have fun coloring, finding facts, and pasting your own dino creations right into the pages. Your child will learn about what Triceratops ate, how long a T-Rex arms were, and how many teeth a Stegosaurus had.

A great science book for kids. This book for children is perfect for any kid who likes history and science. In My First Dinosaur Field Guide, your kids will learn:

  • That the Brachiosaurus was the tallest dinosaur that we know of today
  • That the Kosmoceratops had fifteen horns and hooks on its head
  • That the Spinosaurus is the only known dinosaur to spend most of its time swimming
  • And so much more

Kids who like dinosaur books like We Don't Eat Our Classmates; Hello, World! Dinosaurs; or (DK) Dinosaur! will love My First Dinosaur Field Guide.

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