It's who I am, it's who I am, it's who I aaaaaaam.
(Watch the video -- it's a jazzy song you just have to sing all day. At least that's what we do. It's Linus's favorite. It's good, I promise. Even if you don't love dinosaurs.)
We're back!! The Here Comes Science Sampler is BACK! Resurrecting a lot of things lately (no seasonal pun intended)!
I could go on (and on and on and on) with good titles. But, you can discover your favorites at the library. The section is usually well marked. Or, the carpet is worn in that patch, about the size of three-year-old feet.
If you like dinosaurs, why not:
put together little dinos? (Thank you, Michael's dollar section.)
Or BIG dinos?
There's also Diggin' Dinos Monopoly Jr. and breadstick "bones."
We're starting some dioramas next. Sela renamed them "dinoramas." That cracked us up.
I'm actually really fascinated at this point, too. How to hold the dinosaur phenomenon in one's head?? The geography of it, the climates, the concept of time, extinction. The factoids. For instance, the skull of the T. rex weighed... 750 pounds. The brain of a stegasaurus... size of a walnut. A creature that weighed 100 tons. 100. Tons.
It's good stuff!