Our felt Stegosaurus egg cosy is an easy chocolate-free Easter gift to make for a little dinosaur fan. It fits over any standard egg cup and is perfect for any dinosaur lover’s breakfast. Why not make one this Easter?
Chocolate dinosaur bark is a fun and easy Easter treat that you can make with or for your little dinosaur fan. It’s like normal chocolate bark with a prehistoric twist – dinosaur fossils, dinosaur eggs and, of course, ichnites. Why not make some this Easter?
Are you looking for a fun alternative to candy for Easter? Or for the perfect favours for the guests at your dinosaur birthday party? These dinosaur fossil eggs are wonderful and educational, they take almost no time to make, and are cheap, simple and fun. And egg-scavating them is the best bit of all!
Are you looking for some fun dinosaur books to read aloud to your little dino lover? Look no further? These dinosaur picture books will have you and your little dinosaur fan laughing and giggling (and dancing!) through every page.
The Senckenberg Museum in Frankfurt a.M., Germany, may not be Germany’s best-known dinosaur museum. However, the number and quality of the dinosaur exhibits make it one of the best in Europe. And there are at least three incredible dinosaur highlights that you don’t want to miss. Check out our guide and review to make the most of your visit.
Dinosaur pancakes are perfect for a fun prehistoric breakfast, after a dinosaur sleepover and as a light snack for hungry little Tyrannosaurs. The are also a wonderful treat for little dinosaur fans on Pancake Day. But how do you make them?
What does every dinosaur lover need? A dinosaur-themed Valentine’s Day card or card reminding them of just how RAWR-some they are. We’ve got 15 free dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards to choose from – they’re perfect for other occasions too!
These Meteorite Meatballs are simple, fun and delicious. Moreover, they are a great lesson in how to bring a prehistoric twist to any dish you can imagine for a dinosaur-themed birthday party or just to delight your little dinosaur fan.
Paleontologists have discovered fossilised dinosaur footprints on every continent, even Antarctica. But which ones are the best? Which ones should you see? We’ve done the research for you and found…