Dinosaur Word Search

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 80 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction
4
Trilobites
6
Megalosaurus
8
Iguanodon
10
Tyrannosaurus rex
12
Pteranodon
14
Brachiosaurus
16
Triceratops
18
Velociraptor
42
Deinonychus
44
Apatosaurus
46
Archaeopteryx
48
Diplodocus
50
Hadrosaurus
52
Ichthyosaurus
54
Plesiosaurus
56

Ankylosaurus
20
Stegosaurus
22
Eoraptor
24
Argentinosaurus
26
Giganotosaurus
28
Compsognathus
30
Mamenchisaurus
32
Ornithomimus
34
Troodon
36
Allosaurus
38
Dimetrodon
40
Spinosaurus
58
Stegoceras
60
Oviraptor
62
Hypsilophodon
64
Deinosuchus
66
Dilophosaurus
68
Morganucodon
70
Answers
72
Index
80
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