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Liberty Public
Library
Story Time
Dinosaurs and Bones
Welcome Song
Are you listening? Are you
listening?
Yes I am! Yes I a...
Book Recommendations
My Dinosaur
By Marl Alan Weatherly
“When a little girl finds her
dinosaur hiding in the trees in her
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Story Time: Dinosaurs and Bones

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Story Time: Dinosaurs and Bones

  1. 1. Liberty Public Library Story Time Dinosaurs and Bones Welcome Song Are you listening? Are you listening? Yes I am! Yes I am! Now it’s time for Story Time, now it’s time for Story Time. Yes it is! Yes it is! At Home Activity: Dinosaur Shapes! Tips for Parents: Knowledge of shapes directly correlates to alphabetic knowledge. Working with your child to learn basic shapes will help them associate shapes with letters. Try this simple and inexpensive construction project at home with your child and teach them the shapes they are working with! Sing-Along Song Dino Diddy Sung to: "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" Here he comes just a stomping with his feet, (Stomp.) Singing "Dino ditty, ditty dum ditty do." (Clap.) Searching all around for some- thing good to eat, (Hand over brow) Singing "Dino ditty, ditty dum ditty do." (Clap.) He's huge. [He's huge.] He's strong. [He's strong.] (Stretch out arms; then bend el- bows and make fist) He's huge, he's strong, won't be hungry very long. (Repeat arm motions; then shake finger "no.") "Dino ditty, ditty dum ditty do." (Clap.) "Dino ditty, ditty dum ditty do." (Clap.)
  2. 2. Book Recommendations My Dinosaur By Marl Alan Weatherly “When a little girl finds her dinosaur hiding in the trees in her backyard, she climbs on his back and quick as the wind they are off on a most magical nighttime adventure.” Created by Samantha Colwell, November 18, 2015 Liberty Public Library How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food? By Jane Yolan & Mark Teague “Would you like to have a protoceratops come over for dinner? It might be very noisy and messy!” Dinosaurs Dance By Larry Dane Brimner An easy reader book that teaches children about move- ment through the motions of dinosaurs. Paleontology Facts  Paleontology is the branch of biology that studies the forms of life, especially fossils!  Fossils are the remains of ancient animals and plants  Most fossils are excavated from sedimentary rock layers. Totally Dino Vocabulary How fossils happen: 1. A long, long time ago, a dinosaur died. 2. The dinosaur was buried by sediment or sand. 3. The dinosaur’s bones underwent chemical changes over hundreds of years called fossilization. 4. In the end, the fossils became like a hard rock copy of the dinosaur. 5. Now excavators can dig up the copies and learn more about dinosaurs! Tips for Parents: Learning new and different words will help your child with early literacy and better prepare them for the challenges of school. FOSSIL EXCAVATOR PALEONTOLOGIST DIG EXTINCT

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