boil eggs, crack the shell, then reboil in colored water.these are awesome! I don't reboil I just let them some in food coloring and water. Best if you put a drop right in the middle of the crack in your egg before putting in water!
Dinosaur Activities for Creative Dinosaur Small Worlds and Sensory Bins - I am not keen on the idea of putting liquid (water or whatever else) on toy animals where the paint can come off and possibly end up in mouths, but I like some of the other ideas.
VBS entry way. Add this to your classroom interior doorway, or in a corner. Summer reading cave - Graham Public Library A cozy corner cave with cave paintings the children made and also a great way to make reading fun!
Treasure Stone: you'll need 1 cup flour 1 cup used coffee grounds cup salt cup sand cup water. When doing a dinosaur study, I bought small plastic dinosaurs to insert and made dinosaur eggs. After several days we cracked the eggs open and voila!
Do you see the brontosaurus? Add spikes and change the dino! This site offers a different animal hand-print design for each letter of the alphabet! (Some more complicated than others.) Great for dinosaur week!