Category Archives: dinosaur diorama school project
Students are back to school and with it comes school diorama projects. For a lot of students this school projects can be a drudgery but simply add dinosaurs to the mix and excitement immediately reigns. Dinosaurs are a favorite for every generation but especially for younger students learning about the Jurassic period of time on earth. According to Steve Forrest at Anwo.com Animal World “At no other time in our history has there been a more better selection of dinosaur toy miniatures than today”. Dinosaur diorama school projects are always a popular project choice and with a wide selection of dinosaurs to choose from each can be unique. Dinosaurs toy miniatures are available in most known dinosaurs from A – Z. A complete list of dinosaur toy miniatures includes acrocanthosaurus, albertosaurus, allosaurus, amargasaurus, anhanguera, apatosaurus, baryonyx, brachiosaurus, camarasaurus, carnotaurus, caudipteryx, cryolophsaurus, deinosuchus, dilong, dilophosaurus, dimetrodon, dilodocus, dunkleosteus, elasmosaurus, giganotosaurus, glyptodon, kentrosaurus, iguanodon, liopleurodon, maiasaura, microraptor, mosasaurus, nigersaurus, oviraptor, parasaurolophus, pachycephalosaurus, postosuchus, pteranodon, pterosaur, quetzalcoatlus, rhamphorhynchus, sinraptor, spinosaurus, stegosaurus, suchominus, tapejara, tanystropheus, tyrannosaurus, t-rex, triceratops, tylosaurus, and velociraptor. With a wide selection as listed above it is now wonder why each student can have a dinosaur diorama project with each featuring a different dinosaur. The new line of dinosaur toy miniatures by Safari is also the most detailed and accurate of any in the history of animal toy miniatures. Each dinosaur toy miniature comes with an educational booklet which provides correct pronunciation of the animal, eating habits, size and weight. The newest dinosaur toy miniature is the Mosasaurus pictured above. This is the latest addition to the dinosaur toy miniatures line but it will not be the last. Dinosaurs will always be a popular topic for all ages and the dinosaur toy miniatures will continue to be the closest way to imagine and examine how life was on earth when dinosaurs ruled.