Dinosaurs! Adaptations and Habitatsby Digital Field Trips
Explore the different ways dinosaurs used their bodies to survive in their natural habitats millions of years ago. Through the inspection of plant and dinosaur fossils, students will discover how dinosaurs found food and interacted with their environments. They’ll even learn how animals on earth can give us clues about how dinosaurs looked and behaved.
Digital Field Trips are inquiry based and staff led. We can adapt Digital Field Trips for different grade ranges, home learners, or for adult, senior, community-group or post-secondary audiences.
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- You are a tall sauropod, looking for lunch
- Walk slowly as you stretch out your long neck, looking over the trees for tasty leaves
- Choose a tree and chew the sweet, green leaves.
- Look around you on the ground at the little dinosaurs running around far below at your feet. Be careful as you walk not to step on any of them!
- It takes a lot of energy to move your heavy body, so you move slowly, slowly.
- You are Tyrannosaurus Rex walking through the forest
- You are crashing down trees as you move
- Let out a deep roar as you stomp
- Use your sharp teeth to pick up a smaller dinosaur in your teeth and shake it in your mouth
- It does not taste good, drop it on the ground
- Keep stomping around looking for something else to eat
- Smile with your big, pointy teeth
- The sun goes down and you curl up on the forest floor to fall asleep
- You are a Hadrosaur playing in the forest
- Lean forward and walk on all fours as you trot between the trees
- The bright sunlight shines through the Dawn Redwood trees, and you start to get tired in the heat. It’s so hot!
- Use the claws on your back feet to dig in the dark, wet earth to find some water
- Take a big drink have a rest as you cool off