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Summer Dino-Storytime at Museum of the Earth

, New York City | Arts & Culture

Summer Dino-Storytime at Museum of the Earth: Every Thursday at 11am, July 7 through September 1 Included with regular admission Join us in our Jurassic Nook to hear stories, sing songs, and create fun crafts! Learn about fossils and different dinosaurs each week while you sit among dinosaur bones and prehistoric animals. We will be reading different books each week accompanied by crafts and some yummy snacks. What could be better on a summer morning? Dino-Storytime Schedule and Theme July 7: Discover what a Fossil Is | Books: Trilobites by Lola Schaefer & Bones, Bones Dinosaur Bones by Byron Barton July 14: How are dinosaurs different? | Book: Dinosaurs are Different by Aliki July 21: How did the world look when dinosaurs ruled it? | Book: Saturday Night at the Dinosaur Stomp by Carol Diggory Shields July 28: Learn about the many different kinds of dinosaurs that ruled the Earth. | Book: Stomp, Dinosaur, Stomp! By Margaret Mayo August 4: Discover the Jurassic world of herbivores and long necked dinosaurs. | Book: Brachiosaurus: the Largest Dinosaur by Anna Obiols August 11: Explore another Jurassic dinosaur- Stegosaurus! | Book: Stegosaurus: The Friendliest Dinosaur by Anna Obiols August 18: Triceratops had Three horns! | Book: Triceratops: The Strongest Dinosaur by Anna Obiols August 25: How did T rex get his name? | Book: Tyrannosaurus rex: The King of the Dinosaurs by Anna Obiols September 1: What happened 65 million years ago that caused most of the dinosaurs to go extinct? | Book: Edwina, the Dinosaur Who Didn’t Know She Was Extinct by Mo Willems Source: http://www.lifeinthefingerlakes.com Image Source: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Museum-of-the-Earth/108634535838129


Event Details

    July 7, 2016 - Sept. 1, 2016
    01:00 AM - 11:00 PM