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RECEPTION AND KS1 DINOSAUR AND FOSSIL WORKSHOPS

RECEPTION AND KS1 DINOSAUR AND FOSSIL WORKSHOPS
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RECEPTION AND KS1 DINOSAUR AND FOSSIL WORKSHOPS

Graham Woollard has an infectious enthusiasm for all things prehistoric from the earth’s primordial past to the emergence of modern man. Pupils will be transported back millions of years to the Jurassic period and the world of the dinosaurs in both these workshops. The children will investigate and explore his wonderful scale models of Dinosaurs and high grade genuine fossils - a real hands-on experience.


Epping Primary Essex I would like to say That ALL THE CHILDREN WERE WOWED!!!!! They thought that it was amazing yesterday and cannot thank Graham enough. His resources were outstanding!!


Reception Workshop MEET THE DINOSAURS


Areas covered in this interactive workshop are

WHAT ARE DINOSAURS

HOW BONES ARE TURNED TO STONE.

HOW DO FOSSIL HUNTERS FIND FOSSILS


Margaret Dix Primary, St Albans
“It was a fantastic day which the children really loved. It was great to get hands on with all the dinosaur models and fossils. A brilliant day – wouldn’t hesitate to book again or recommend”


KS1 DINOSAURS AND FOSSILS WORKSHOP

Graham’s interactive discussions with your pupils will cover the following subtopics-:


WHAT IS A FOSSIL
Bones to Stones! How does this happen?


TYPES OF FOSSILS
The awesome variety!

WHAT IS A DINOSAUR
The flying Pterosaurs were not dinosaurs! Why not?

WHERE DID THE DINOSAURS GO
Catastrophic impacts, super volcanoes or a sniffy cold?

TODAYS LIVING DINOSAURS
Who’s afraid of the chicken?


Claycots Primary, Berks “It was a fantastic day –Graham was so lovely with the children and anybody who can keep 4 year olds as engaged as he did, deserves a big thank you.”
The full rundown and timings of these workshops can be requested from our website.

To get the maximum educational advantage from a visit by Graham he needs a large ground-floor display area such as an assembly hall with easy access and off-road parking. Many of Graham’s exhibits are large and require specialist handling, which entails a long set-up period.
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Locations: East Midlands; Surrey; Suffolk; London; Rutland; Oxfordshire; Northamptonshire; Norfolk; Kent; Hertfordshire; Hampshire; Essex; West Sussex; East Sussex; Cambridgeshire; Buckinghamshire; Berkshire; Bedfordshire;
Workshop Themes: DInosaurs, Fossils, early earth  
Ages (Keystages): Ages 5-7 (KS1)
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