A Thank You Note from Teacher
After a very successful couple of dinosaur workshops with the Year 2 classes at Great Wood Primary (Lancashire), we set the children some extension activities. In addition, to our work whilst at the school, we promised to send the teaching team some additional prehistoric animal themed resources to support the term topic and to help enrich the scheme of work that had been carefully prepared. With the school being located in Lancashire, we sent over some information on the famous anatomist and early palaeontologist Sir Richard Owen. Sir Richard Owen was born in the county of Lancashire. Naturally, we had to supply information on the very influential fossil hunter Mary Anning, along with a tongue twister or two.
The children sent in to our offices some wonderful prehistoric animal drawings and a set of thank you letters. Along with all the fabulous examples of the children’s work, one of the teachers (Mrs Parkin), dropped us a note on behalf of the teaching team to thank us for all the extra support and assistance we had provided.
The Thank You Note from the Teacher
Picture Credit: Great Wood Primary School
The Year Two teacher wrote:
“The children were really enthused after your visit and learnt so much.”
The children’s letters were brim full of dinosaur facts that they had learned and we did our best to email over answers to the many questions the children posed about prehistoric animals.
A Thank You Letter from Lucy (Year Two)
Picture Credit: Great Wood Primary
Children Ask Questions About Dinosaurs
Caitlin told us her favourite dinosaur was Triceratops, whilst Wade asked “will you come again?”. Alfie drew a wonderful picture of an armoured dinosaur and he informed us that his favourite dinosaur was Ankylosaurus.
For further information about Everything Dinosaur’s work in schools and to request a quotation: Contact Everything Dinosaur. Our thanks to the teaching team and the pupils at Great Wood Primary. We are glad that everyone enjoyed the dinosaur workshop in the school.