Dinosaurs on the Move: Movable paper figures to cut, color, and assemble
For generations, dinosaurs have entranced children. Dinosaurs are not only some of the most awesome creatures in the world, but they are also a mysterious part of our world's history and further proof of a Creator God. Like monsters, dinosaurs are scary, but unlike monsters, dinosaurs were real, which adds to their kid-appeal. Some children have even dreamed of having a dinosaur as a pet.
Build 20 Movable Dinosaurs
Now your child can make twenty movable dinosaur action figures with Dinosaurs on the Move, including both carnivores and herbivores—even flying dinosaurs. This ingenious learning tool reinforces your child's small-motor skills through coloring and cutting out easy-to-assemble dinosaurs in pre-colored and colorable versions.
Includes Full-Color and Ready-to-be-Colored Versions!
Based on authentic dinosaur fossils and skeletons, the drawings are printed on sturdy cardstock, with perforated pages for easy removal. Each dinosaur has a full-color version and a black-and-white version that can be colored as boldly as your child desires. Then cut out the pieces, punch holes, and fasten together your formidable dinosaur.
No Evolutionary Statements!
Dinosaurs on the Move also contains a Dinosauria, a mini dinosaur encyclopedia, with facts for each of the ten dinosaurs in the collection. These facts include fascinating tidbits about habitat, diet, length, weight, the location of fossil discoveries, and key features about each dinosaur, but none of that goofy "zillions of years ago" stuff.
Art & Science Supplement
If your family includes a future paleontologist, Dinosaurs on the Move is a perfect supplement to his arts or science curriculum. Dinosaurs on the Move does require the use of a 1/8" round hole punch and mini brads for attaching the parts together. Dinosaurs on the Move includes both full color and black-and-white versions of an Allosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Baryonyx, Brachiosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Pteranodon, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
"The originality and quality of this book is outstanding!" — Dr. Richard Moody, The Dinosaur Society
"Dinosaurs on the Move combines the appeal of dinosaurs with key facts about them while encouraging creativity in the coloring and assembly of the moving figures. It's a unique addition to any dinosaur-lover's bookshelf, and one that I would have certainly loved myself as a child!"
— Dr. Matthew Carrano, Museum Paleontologist, Washington D.C.
"A fun book to engage the young mind!" — Dr. Kenneth Carpenter, Chief Preparator & Curator of Lower Vertebrate Paleontology, Denver Museum of Nature and Science
"This educational and fun dinosaur activity book combines children's fascination with dinosaurs and their ability to be creative in coloring and assembling moving figures of these creatures from long ago."
— Joseph J. Kchodl "PaleoJoe", Science Educator, Winner of the Katherine Palmer Award