Thursday, September 10, 2009

dino dig party






This 'dino dig' party is nothing short of brilliant! Activities included fossil making, volcano erupting, digging for 'dinosaur bones', and assembling the skeletons, among other things. All of the guests were given a safari hat and satchel filled with fossil books, dinosaur trading cards and other little goodies. All the details on how to host your own dino dig right here, from Gala Goose.

4 comments:

Yana said...

this is brilliant! I bet kids loved it!

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Thanks for sharing, this bring me good memories, good luck.

CharlotteM said...

To extend kids' fascination with dinosaurs into useful life skills (money + time management, entrepreneurship, etc.) in a fun iPad game, see the writeup from USA Today, “Best new dino-themed iPad apps for kids”:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/columnist/gudmundsen/2013/03/17/dinosaur-kids-apps/1983073/