Dinosaur Word Search
Young dino lovers will happily sink their teeth into these 33 super-saurus word searches. Not only will they learn all about Iguanodon, T-Rex, Pteranodon, Brachiosaurus, Eoraptor, Trilobites, Velociraptor, and more, but kids will give their language skills a fun workout as well. Every dinosaur gets an information-filled paragraph with specific words capitalized; these become the terms to look for in the grid. The facts include when each creature lived, where its fossils were found, its length and habitat, what it ate, and how to pronounce its name. Children will have a great time word—and dinosaur—hunting.
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Iguanodon IO Tyrannosaurus rex I
15 meters 30 feet 70 million 9 meters ago Fossils Found Allosaurus animals Ankylosaurus Apatosaurus Archaeopteryx Argentinosaurus Asia Length BEAK bipedal body bones bony Brachiosaurus Carnivore centimeters ceratopsians claws Compsognathus creatures Cretaceous Diet Deinonychus Deinosuchus Dimetrodon dino dinosaurs called Diplodocus discovered DROMAEOSAURS eggs Eoraptor Europe Length family of dinosaurs feet 14 meters feet or 15 feet or 9 fish frill Giganotosaurus Hadrosaurus Herbivore HERDS huge Hypsilophodon Ichthyosaurus Iguanodon jaws Jurassic Diet Jurassic–Cretaceous Diet largest legs Lived lizard long neck Mamenchisaurus mammals Megalosaurus meters Habitat million years ago MODERN birds Morganucodon name means North America Length Omnivore Open woodland Period Ornithomimus ORNITHOPODS Oviraptor paleontologist PELYCOSAURS Period of Existence Piscivore plant-eating Plesiosaurus predators prey probably PTERANODON pterosaurs puzzle real Dilophosaurus reptiles sauropods scientists believe skeleton skin skull spikes spines Spinosaurus Stegoceras Stegosaurus tail theropods Triceratops Trilobites Troodon Troody Tyrannosaurus rex Velociraptor word search book