Help our dinosaur evolve to face changing conditions. How long can he survive?

Dinosaur activities

Make a fierce dinosaur mask or design your own dinosaur with our sheets created specially for you by the Beano!

Dinosaur _mask

Make a dinosaur mask [PDF 481KB]

Fan of dinosaurs? Return to the Jurassic Age with this scary dino mask. Colour in the dinosaur's head, cut him out and add some string then start hunting down your prey!

Designasaurus

Design-a-saurus [PDF 5MB]

What would your pet dinosaur look like? Design a dino-pal with these colouring sheets from the Beano.

 

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    Things to make

    Download pictures of objects from the National Museum of Scotland to colour in and keep. You can even make your own Lewis chessmen or dinosaur mask!
  • T.rex in the Animal World gallery

    Tyrannosaurus rex

    Meet the 12 metre-long, spectacular life-sized skeleton cast of a T.rex, one of the star attractions at the National Museum of Scotland.
  • mammoth-game

    Mammoths of the Ice Age

    Help our lonely mammoth find his way across the ice to join his herd.
  • pictish-disc

    Discover the Picts

    Who were the Picts? Where did they live and what did they wear? What do Pictish symbols mean? Explore their world with our interactive games.
  • Dressing up as a Roman soldier

    Discover the Romans

    Discover more about the Romans by playing our games. Build a Roman fort, dress a Roman soldier, translate a Roman message and explore the Empire.
  • Lewis chessmen

    Discover the Vikings

    Test your Vikings skills in our Training School game and discover more about the famous Lewis chessmen.
  • T.rex in the Animal World gallery

    Dinosaur Discovery workshop

    Explore five large packages containing real fossils, images and replicas. Pupils will work in groups to discover which dinosaur each belongs to, before revealing their findings to the class.
  • T.rex in the Animal World gallery

    Natural World galleries

    A giant T.rex guards our Natural World galleries, where we ask the big questions: how does the world work? What do we know about it?