Dinosaur activities for preschoolers! Find crafts, printables, book lists, and more. Come discover some dino-mite ideas for little ones!
No matter what time of year it is, it’s always a great time to teach about dinosaurs. Teach them about the different types of dinosaurs, make dinosaur eggs and fossils, and much more!
This growing list of dinosaur activities is a great place to start your search for dinosaur-themed preschool fun!
Dinosaur Preschool Theme
Dinosaurs are so much fun to study with little ones. They’re fascinated by these prehistoric creatures. They’re amazed by their size, curious about what happened to them, and inquisitive about their similarities and differences.
You can use these activities to help your kids learn more about the dinosaurs that used to roam our earth.
Dinosaur Books for Preschoolers
I love to start my lessons with a good book. Most of the time, I choose picture books that are fiction. They tend to be more engaging with preschoolers.
However, I’ve recently begun sharing non-fiction books, board books, and easy readers that kids of all ages can enjoy.
Young dinosaur fans will love these dinosaur books for preschool. These fiction picture books are perfect for engaging young readers.
DINOSAUR CRAFTS FOR KIDS
Your little crafters will adore these easy dinosaur crafts for preschoolers! Each one will encourage creativity and imaginative play.
Let your little ones play with their dinosaur food with this Digging for Dinosaurs pudding snack! Young dinosaur fans will dig it!
Discover some amazing dinosaur crafts for kids of all ages! They’re perfect for your dinosaur loving kids, and your upcoming dinosaur plans.
Create one or more of these dinosaur snack ideas for your dinosaur theme. During your dinosaur studies or a dinosaur party, your kids will love these ideas.
Add this letter D dinosaur craft to your dinosaur themed activities. It’s also a great addition to your Letter of the Week activities, as well.
You won’t believe how easy it is to mix up a batch of dinosaur cookie fossils with your preschooler! They’ll love this dino-mite snack idea!
DINOSAUR LEARNING ACTIVITIES
Engage your children with these dinosaur play dough activities. So many great ideas for hands-on fun for dinosaur lovers of all ages!
If you have a preschooler that is interested in dinosaurs, why not take that interest and turn it into a dinosaur preschool theme in your homeschool!
Dinosaurs are always a hit with preschoolers! These hands on dinosaur activities are sure to make your little ones roar with delight!
Don’t miss these hands-on dinosaur learning activities. They are perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten dinosaur fans!
Dinosaur sensory play is perfect for dino lovers of all ages! This sensory bin is super simple to put together!
DINOSAUR PRESCHOOL PRINTABLES
These dinosaur printable activities are dino-mite! Your preschoolers will love practicing math and literacy skills with their favorite dinos.
Kids can practice counting while building fine motor skills with three dino-mite dinosaur counting activities for preschoolers!
What child doesn’t love dinosaurs? Kids love them, and they’ll love this dinosaur matching game printable that helps develop visual discrimination skills!
If you plan to teach dinosaurs this year, be sure to add these fun dinosaur count and graph worksheets to your preschool activities!
MORE RESOURCES FOR YOUR LETTER D ACTIVITIES
If you’re using these dinosaur activities within your letter of the week units, be sure to check out these Letter D activities, as well:
Don’t miss this amazing collection of crafts to teach Letter D! They’re perfect for your upcoming Letter of the Week and general PreK activities!
This sweet daffodil preschool flower craft is perfect for spring! The free printable template makes this craft a breeze for little ones to make.
No preschool year is complete without a focus on Dr. Seuss! These Dr Seuss activities will help bring his best stories to life for your little ones.
As always, if you’re looking for more dinosaur-themed activities to round our your unit, leave me a comment. I’ll add it to my growing list of ideas.