I can hear them now! Stomping, roaring, soaring, and thrashing… could it be dinosaurs! No! It’s just my little learners making some NOISE! Just kidding! Welcome, to my list of dinosaur books for little learners.
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Dinosaur Books for Little Learners
Full of amazing facts and fantastic photos make this the perfect dinosaur book for little learners.
Another great Nat Geo book about dinosaurs you should keep on hand is this one that is stocked full of more terrific photos and engaging facts about dinosaurs.
This wordless story is told through pictures. It starts when a boy takes his dog for a walk and discovers a plant fossil! If you think that’s incredible, wait until what happens next!
Dinosaurs are everywhere! In this book, you will discover the sounds and shapes of dinosaurs interpreted through pictures!
Dance along with the dinosaurs in this book where dinos dance, shake, and boogie all of the way to the swamp.
This book makes the connection between the fossils that were left behind by dinosaurs who were once living and breathing creatures.
Dinosaur lovers rejoice at this book. It pictures every type of dinosaur along with some really amazing facts that little learners will eat up.
They do it over and over again! But that’s not all…. there are some other very clever ways dinosaurs count. Read on to find out!
Meet a T-Rex, Pteranodon, Triceratops, and Velociraptor as they stomp and soar through this book in a stomping good time.
Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs
When up in his Grandma’s attic, Harry discovers dinosaurs! So, he cleans them up and takes them along for some adventures. What will he do when he discovers that he has accidentally left them on the train?!?
Everyone knows how much work it takes to be a farmer, but how much work is it to run a dinosaur farm? Get those imaginations turning with a little help from this book.
This storybook is about paleontologists who dig up bones and take them to museums. It gives little learners an inside look at how dinosaur fossils get to the museums.
This huge dinosaur board book will last many years in your library. I love the size of this book because it makes it easy for little hands to hold.
Step back in time while reading this book to give little learners an idea of what the earth was like when dinosaurs roamed planet earth.
If You Happen to Have a Dinosaur
Let your little learner’s imaginations run a bit with this book that explores the idea of having your very own dinosaur!
Use dancing, dinos, and rhythm to learn numbers in this musical book. Get those little learners moving with a few dino moves.
If dinosaurs don’t grab your little learner’s attention, maybe a little rhyming will do the trick. This book comes complete with a poster too.
Kids can relate to dinosaurs. Let’s use this to our advantage by teaching them about using gentle hands through dinosaurs!
Everyone knows that dinosaurs have a very loud roar! But, even though a dinosaur can roar, doesn’t mean they should. I just love this series from this author to help teach social skills in a fun and engaging way.
In this hysterical match up, the Meat-Eaters taking take on the Veggiesaurs! Little learners will get a kick out of this funny hockey game played by dinosaurs. We read this one when we have an Ice Skating Rink in the dramatic play center when we introduce hockey!
We all know how much dinosaurs love sports! In this book, the Meat team plays the Grass Clippers! The names of the teams alone are dino-rific!
It’s the Grazers versus the Biters in this matchup of dino-soccer! Get your little learners to tell you who will win… the meat eaters, or the veggie eaters! There are also other Dino Sports books in this series too if your little dinosaurs are interested in a different sport.
Staying safe is serious business. With the help of dinosaurs, you can make sure your little learners understand the importance of rules, staying safe, and making green choices. This is another great series to teach those tricky social skills.
Dinosaurs get mad too! Expressing that can be tough… especially when you’re a dinosaur. Do they stomp or roar? Let your little learners decide on an appropriate way to say and show others they are mad.
How Do Dinosaurs Stay Friends?
These dinosaurs have some great advice! This book talks about ways to be a good friend.
Learning about dinosaurs is a lot of fun for a few reasons. One thing I realized while putting this unit together is that little learners will soak up so much more beyond these amazing creatures. By combining feelings, sports, and imagination we can create a wonderful learning experience for these kiddos.
Take the Dinosaur theme all over your classroom with Dinosaur Math & Literacy Centers and Dino Dig Dramatic Play! Your little learners will love learning various literacy and math concepts with these dino themed centers.
Give your students the opportunity to pretend to be a real paleontologist at the Dino Dig in the dramatic play center! They can dig up, examine, measure and sort dinosaur bones and fossils. And sneak in some STEM and create dinosaur skeletons too!
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