It’s the 15th of the month, and I have a new post at PreK + K Sharing. Today, I have some Montessori-inspired dinosaur activities using free dinosaur printables … fun for dinosaur lovers at any time. A dinosaur theme is one of my favorite summer units (especially fun this summer with the opening of Jurassic World)!
Here, I’m sharing the links to lots of free dinosaur printables for preschoolers through 1st graders (and sometimes older). To keep my list manageable, I don’t share coloring pages unless a page has a specific educational purpose related to dinosaurs.
At PreK + K Sharing, I tell where I found my materials and how I used the printables to prepare Montessori-inspired dinosaur activities. I also have links to other posts with additional ideas and presentations.
Free Printables Featured in the Dinosaur Activities at PreK + K Sharing
Count the Dinosaurs
Palentologist Skip Counting Puzzles
Free Printable: Palentologist Puzzles from Dinosaur Update (Dinosaur Pack part 4) from 3 Dinosaurs
Dinosaur Number Mazes
Free Printable: Dinosaur Roar PreK-K Pages from Homeschool Encouragement
Dinosaur Number Line Addition and Subtraction/Hatching Dinosaurs
Free Printable: Dinosaur Number Line Addition and Subtraction Within 10 by The Teaching Treehouse at Teachers Pay Teachers
Free Printable: Safari Ltd. Dino Babies TOOB Key hosted at Living Montessori Now
Free Printable: Dinosaur Unit Science and Culture Printable Pack from Every Star Is Different
Free Dinosaur Printables for Preschoolers-First Graders (some printables for up to grade 3)
- Dinosaur Unit with Free Printables from Every Star Is Different
- Dinosaurs Set 1 from Montessori Print Shop
- Dinosaur Fact Cards and Worksheet from The Pinay Homeschooler
- Feathered Dinosaur Cards from The Pinay Homeschooler
- Dinosaur Kindergarten Pack from Royal Baloo
- Dinosaur Pack from 3 Dinosaurs
- Dinosaur Dot Markers from 3 Dinosaurs
- Jump into Summer Learning: Dinosaurs from3 Dinosaurs and Royal Baloo
- Dinosaur Early Learning Pack from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
- Dinosaur Bones Punctuation Game from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
- Dinosaur Fact Cards and Writing Prompts from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
- Dinosaur Printables from Making Learning Fun
- Dinosaurs Printables from Kids-Dinosaurs
- Dinosaur Printables from Preschool Mom
- Dinosaur Printables from Busy Bee Kids Printables
- Dinosaur Printables from ABC Teach
- Dinosaur Themed Logic Puzzles from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational
- “If I Had a Pet Dinosaur” Printable from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational
- Dinosaur Pre-K Pack from Over the Big Moon
- D is for Dinosaur from First School
- Dinosaur Printables from DLTK
- Free Dinosaur Emergent Readers (funny) from The Measured Mom
- Dinosaur Double Addition Game from The Measured Moom
- Dinosaur Train Tot Pack from 1+1+1=1
- Dinosaur Train Printables from PBS Kids
- Printable for My Visit to the Dinosaurs by Aliki from Wise Owl Factory
- Dinosaur Printables from PreK-8
- Dinosaur Printables from Itsy Bitsy Fun
- PreK Letter D from Confessions of a Homeschooler
- Dinosaur Printables from Pre-K Pages
- Dinosaur Printables from PreKinders
- Dinosaur Maze from Print Activities
- Dinosaur Printables from Activity Village
- Boy, Were We Wrong About Dinosaurs! from Pitner’s Potpourri
- Dinosaur Themed Party from Place of My Taste
- Dinosaur Printables from Teachers Pay Teachers
- Dinosaur Printables from Teachers Notebook (the word search can’t be saved, so just search for dinosaur and free when you’re there)
More of my Resources That Include Dinosaur Activities
You’ll find lots of Montessori-inspired dinosaur activities and ideas in these Living Montessori Now posts:
Here’s the link to my article at PreK + K Sharing: Montessori-Inspired Dinosaur Activities Using Free Printables.
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