EYFS Create an Underwater Prehistoric Scene

Everything Dinosaur team members despatch prehistoric animal drawing materials to a school to help support a term topic.

A recent trip to a primary school to conduct a dinosaur workshop resulted in a request from one of the teaching assistants.  They had lots of blue crepe paper and they wanted to create a prehistoric scene that could be posted up onto the walls of the corridor outside the classroom for Foundation Stage 2.  However, she had not got any pictures of “sea monsters”, (her words not ours), for the children to colour in to help create the picture.  No worries, amongst all the other extension resources we supplied, we sent over a number of emails with fact sheets and drawings of a vast array of prehistoric creatures which were typical fauna of Jurassic marine environments.

Everything Dinosaur stocks a huge array of sea monster models and marine prehistoric animals.  To view the range in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Sea Monster and Marine Reptile Models.

Providing Pictures of the Plesiosauria to Primary Schools

Plesiosaurs and other prehistoric animals featured in the picture.

Plesiosaurs and other prehistoric animals featured in the picture.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

We sent over pictures which included:

  • Jellyfish
  • Ammonites
  • Belemnites
  • Coelacanth (fish)
  • Ichthyosaurus
  • Mixosaurus (another type of ichthyosaur)
  • Attenborosaurus (pliosaur)
  • Liopleurodon (pliosaur)

Lots of other prehistoric animal pictures were also sent over.  We even supplied the teaching team with an outline of a seascape that could be used as a back drop as the children in Foundation Stage 2 explored a prehistoric, undersea world.

To read a recent blog post about Everything Dinosaur’s visit to the Foundation Stage classes at John Locke Academy: Visiting Foundation Stage Classes.

A spokesperson from the UK-based company stated:

“We were delighted to help the children and their teachers, we look forward to seeing their prehistoric marine animal inspired artwork.”

To learn more about the team members at Everything Dinosaur: About Us.

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