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Mrs Marshall's class of Year 3 children post up pictures of their favourite dinosaurs.

Mrs Marshall's class of Year 3 children post up pictures of their favourite dinosaurs.

Primary school children show off their knowledge about dinosaurs as they study prehistoric animals as part of a term topic.

Primary school children show off their knowledge about dinosaurs as they study prehistoric animals as part of a term topic.

Over 100 different dinosaur species have been described from fossils found in the British Isles. This inspires a new television series "Dinosaur Britain".

Over 100 different dinosaur species have been described from fossils found in the British Isles. This inspires a new television series "Dinosaur Britain".

Dinosaur Park signs - unfortunately, as most young children know, Pterosaurs and Plesiosaurs were not dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Park signs - unfortunately, as most young children know, Pterosaurs and Plesiosaurs were not dinosaurs.

Children have helped create a colourful dinosaur scene, inspired by a term topic all about dinosaurs.

Children have helped create a colourful dinosaur scene, inspired by a term topic all about dinosaurs.

Lots of different dinosaurs on display.

Lots of different dinosaurs on display.

Knowledge Masters Dinosaurs great dinosaur book for children from 5 years and upwards (£2.49 plus postage from Everything Dinosaur).

Knowledge Masters Dinosaurs great dinosaur book for children from 5 years and upwards (£2.49 plus postage from Everything Dinosaur).

A super workstation for Key Stage 1, "can you draw a dinosaur?"  Lots of models on hand along with drawing materials to inspire a child with their dinosaur drawing.

A super workstation for Key Stage 1, "can you draw a dinosaur?" Lots of models on hand along with drawing materials to inspire a child with their dinosaur drawing.

Brightening up a school corridor with an amazing dinosaur mural using paper mache to make the horns of the Triceratops, the jaws and the T. rex and the claws of the "raptors" stand out in a 3-D effect.

Brightening up a school corridor with an amazing dinosaur mural using paper mache to make the horns of the Triceratops, the jaws and the T. rex and the claws of the "raptors" stand out in a 3-D effect.

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