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Make an arm-span timeline to help visualise time. PDF (2.7MB)
Discover the longest bone in your body and find out what dinosaurs were the same height as you! PDF (3.8MB)
Make and decorate tie-on dinosaur feet to wear. PDF (2.8MB)
View all our KS1 resources linked to Dippy on Tour, exploring dinosaurs and birds.
Even though dinosaurs lived millions of years ago, we know about them thanks to fossils. Watch our animation to find out how dinosaur fossils formed.
Discover fascinating fossils you can find around Britain, what they look like and where to search.
Fossil poo may not be a glamorous fossil find, but it can reveal a lot about prehistoric animals.
Mary was a pioneering palaeontologist and fossil collector. Her lifetime was a constellation of firsts.
Learn how to create a cartoon T. rex. Plus find out how palaeoartists draw dinosaurs.
If you can't get out to the beach to find fossils, why not make your own ammonites instead?
Find out how well you'd get along on a dino dig to search for famous Jurassic dinosaurs such as Brachiosaurus.
How well do you know your dinosaurs? Take our quiz to find out.
Discover facts, figures and images for more than 300 dinosaurs.
Discover how scientists piece together fossil finds.
Trace our fossil record through mud, silt, sand and time. See preserved shark teeth and spot the fossil fakes in the Fossils from Britain gallery.
Find out what was going on in the oceans while dinosaurs dominated the land in the Fossil Marine Reptiles gallery.
The Museum's dinosaurs are world-famous. Meet the roaring T. rex, see the skull of a Triceratops and wander among fossils in the Dinosaurs gallery.