Rawr! Who thinks dinosaurs are cool? So do we! Stegosaurus was a plant-eating herbivore with no teeth and a beak instead. Do you know how large the brain of a Stegosaurus was? The size of a ping pong ball!
Let’s make a stegosaurus together and learn everything we can about dinosaurs.
Things you’ll need
- Green construction paper
- Paper plate
- 2 cardboard tubes
- 2 shades of green craft paint
- Paint brush
- Glue stick
- Black marker
- Cotton swab and cotton ball
- Googly eyes
Paint the underside of your paper plate with one shade of green. Let it dry.
Paint both of your cardboard tubes with the other shade of green paint. Let them dry as well. Once your cardboard tubes are dry, flatten out one end of each tube. Next, cut an arch at the top of each leg and some small 1 inch slits on either side. You can now slide the legs onto the bottom of the paper plate.
Draw your Stegosaurus head, tail and back plates on your sheet of green construction paper and cut out the shapes.
Once the paper plate is dry, fold it in half and glue down the tail, neck and back plates so they stick out. Glue everything together to make one piece.
Decorate your Stegosaurus! Dab your cotton ball and cotton swab in some paint to stamp some spots of two different sizes. Glue on the eyes and draw a little smile and some nostrils with your black marker. All done!
Q: What do you call a sleeping plated dinosaur?
A: A stegosnorus!
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