GUIDED TOURS

Our Learning Ambassadors will be conducting special ‘guided’ tours of the exhibition for schools and members of the public. The tours will comprise of a visit to our T-Rex Reveal main exhibition and mini exhibition stations as well as our Dino Academy Activity Zone. Visitors will also have the opportunity to study two amazing dinosaur skeleton replicas; an 8m long duckbill-like Edmontosaurus, and a 6m long Albertosaurus.

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WORKSHOPS

Visit Nat Geo’s Dino Academy and attend one of our workshops to learn everything you ever needed to know about the incredible world of dinosaurs! The Academy provides unique learning resources and experiences that will enhance the understanding of parents, families, students and children about the world in which dinosaurs lived. Participants in our lively workshops will learn facts about different dinosaurs such as the meaning of their names, where they were first discovered, how big they were and other fascinating facts.

WORKSHEETS

Nat Geo’s Dino Academy includes a selection of downloadable worksheets for students of all ages and members of the public. Teachers of Primary, Junior Secondary and Senior Secondary students who wish to bring school groups to visit the exhibition can access and teach all the materials on our website. Teachers are encouraged to complete as many worksheets as possible to fully prepare their students for what they will see in the exhibition. All the materials are free of charge and can be downloaded from the links below.

Additionally, special fun activities such as dinosaur egg hunts will be scheduled at each venue. Suitable for all members of family. Come along to join the fun!

DOWNLOADABLE WORKSHEETS

Teacher’s guide Download

Primary School
(6-11 years old)
Junior Secondary School
(12–14 years old)

Story 1: Tyrannosaurs weren’t all invincible
(1) Common Quiz: myth busting and general knowledge Primary / Secondary Download
(2) Dinosaur Vocabulary: key words for learning more about dinosaurs Primary / Secondary Download
(3) The Real T.rex: features and characteristics Primary / Secondary Download
(4) Dinosaur Hunting in China: where are dinosaur fossils being found? Primary / Secondary Download
(5) Dinosaur Skeletons Primary / Secondary Download

Story 2: Tyrannosaurs were good parents
(6) What kind of eggs did dinosaurs lay? Primary / Secondary Download
(7) What do we know about T.rex’s parenting? Primary / Secondary Download

Story 3: Tyrannosaurus rex as a skilled predator
(8) How did T.rex hunt for food and what did it eat? Primary / Secondary Download
(9) Reconstructing past events Primary / Secondary Download
(10) T.rex: movement and speed Primary / Secondary Download

Story 4: Tyrannosaurus rex as a scavenger
(11) Predators and Scavengers: modern examples Primary / Secondary Download
(12) How do we know T.rex scavenged? Primary / Secondary Download

Senior Secondary School
(15-17 years old)

Story 1: Tyrannosaurs weren’t all invincible
(1) Common Myths and Misconceptions Download
(2) Dinosaur Discoveries in China Download
(3) Dinosaur Hunting in China Download

Story 2: Tyrannosaurs were good parents
(4) What do we know about how T.rex reared its young? Download
(5) How might T.rex have laid and protected its eggs? Download

Story 3: Tyrannosaurus rex as a skilled predator
(6) What is predation? Download
(7) Size matters: why did T.rex grow to such a large size? Download
(8) How do we know how and what dinosaurs ate? Download

Story 4: Tyrannosaurus rex as a scavenger
(9) What is scavenging? T.rex as a predator and scavenger Download
(10) A chicken is from the same family as a T.rex Download