Dinosaur Drawings from Clutton Primary School

Our thanks to the children in the mixed Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 class at Clutton Church of England Primary (Cheshire), who, with the support of their enthusiastic teacher, sent in some dinosaur drawings.  During our dinosaur and fossil workshop with the children, we challenged the class to have a go at designing their very own prehistoric animal.  We set this up as an extension activity to support the teaching team’s scheme of work.  From the drawings we received, it looks like the children had a really good time designing their very own dinosaur.

A Dinosaur Design from Libby Complete with Labels

 A dinosaur drawing by Libby.

A dinosaur design from Libby (Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1).

Picture Credit: Clutton C of E Primary and Everything Dinosaur

Well done Libby!  We appreciate how hard you worked when it came to labelling your dinosaur.

A Design Your Own Dinosaur Teaching Extension Activity

An interesting interpretation of the Dinosauria.

A dinosaur drawing from Kyle (we think).

Picture Credit: Clutton C of E Primary and Everything Dinosaur

The picture above is of another dinosaur drawing sent in by the teacher on behalf of her class.  We think this drawing comes from Kyle.  It is a very interesting interpretation of the Dinosauria.  What a great name for a dinosaur “T. rex boon“.

Our thanks to all the children and to the teachers at Clutton C of E Primary who made us most welcome when we visited the school on the 10th of March to deliver a dinosaur themed workshop.  Hope the term topic goes well.

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