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Almost all children are fascinated by dinosaurs at one time or another. These giant reptiles that lived on Earth so long ago continue to captivate many adults as well.

So what could be more fun for a child than to pretend they are a dinosaur? In my new video I show you how to make a hat that imitates the spikes that certain dinosaurs had on their head and back. It's easy to make with coloured bristol paper and some glue.



I created these dinosaur crests for a visit with my grandchildren to the Prehistoric World park in Morrisburg, Ontario. That visit was a big success! In my next newsletter I'll show you more of that beautiful park.


Because you are a Pro

We decided to extend our special offer for a few more weeks. If you purchase a Pro Membership now, it will be valid until October 1st. That means you get one extra month! Take advantage of this offer now!

Remember that your Pro membership gives you unlimited access to all our printables. There are more than a dozen printables with dinosaurs; for example: learn to draw a dinosaur, a connect-the-dots drawing, colouring pages, spot-the-differences games, and more.

Pro membership also includes 40 credits that you can use to get documents that you would otherwise have to pay for.

The expiry date of your membership will be adjusted within 48 hours after your purchase.


Some activity ideas for the summer:

Raft Race

Raft Race

Giant Insects

Giant Insects

Soap Bubbles Recipe

Soap Bubbles Recipe

Caterpillar in Salad

Caterpillar in Salad


Enjoy the rest of your summer!





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