October 13, 2010
Dinosaurs! Begin with... D
This simple Dinosaur craft is brought to you today by the letter D and the shapes Rectangle and Triangle, with special thanks to our underwriters: Glue, Paper, and Scissors.
Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs by Byron Barton
This seems to be the perfect book for toddlers. E loved it when she was two and three, and A has become just as smitten. I'm honestly not sure what about it inspires such devotion. Is it the bright, bold illustrations? The simple text on each page? The use of opposites to describe the dinosaurs? I don't know, but I do know it's a great first dinosaur book that your little ones will probably love as much as mine do.
I'm linking up to:
- stART @ A Mommy's Adventures
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Cute craft! We made your Apple "a" last week and put it on the wall in Little Brother's room underneath the alphabet strip. I was thinking I want to try to do something similar for each letter, so this would fit well with that.ReplyDelete
I love all your ideas and we are just weeks behind you! Works out perfect for me!!! Next week I am starting A for Apple! Hmmmmm...I wonder were to get the BEST "A" projects?????
This is an adorable letter "D" dinosaur! My boys would love this and I'm sure we'll do it in the future--thank you!ReplyDelete
That craft translates nicely into a cookie, too :)ReplyDelete
You are really crafty. It looks like so much fun. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Very cute...If you made the head in the shape of an oval, you'd have another shape to discuss. All of Byron Barton's books seem to appeal to tots!ReplyDelete
What a cute letter craft and supper fun post to read :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for linking up to stART!
What a great project!!! So fun :)ReplyDelete
We liked this book here too. This dinosaur is very cute!ReplyDelete
This is such a cute dinosaur!ReplyDelete
In our house D is for Daddy!!! Will have to figure out a cute Daddy Craft (big belly maybe!!!!)ReplyDelete
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I'm your Perfect Picture Book swap partner, just popped in to check out your blog. Very much love this dinosaur you've made, will definitely be doing that with my school kids!
Love it...I love when you can incorporate letters into crafts, Awesome dinosaur!ReplyDelete
D is for DARLING!!!! :):)ReplyDelete
LOVE the colors!
Very cute ~ lots of great kid appeal!ReplyDelete
Hello! We loved you dinosaur craft. I just wanted to let you know I blogged about it here: http://handmadebycj.blogspot.com/2012/09/d-is-for-dinosaur.html. I linked back to your post. My kiddos love anything that moves so we added some mini brads for moving parts. Thanks so much for sharing this adorable craft!ReplyDelete
Love the Dinosaur. Fits in perfectly with my dinosaur lesson plan. Thanks.ReplyDelete