Reception Class Have a Dinosaur Egg

The children in the Reception classes at Lum Head Primary (Cheshire), have been busy looking after two dinosaur eggs.  The topic for the spring term is focused around dinosaurs and entitled “We are explorers an egg-citing discovery!”  The enthusiastic teaching team with the support of the dedicated learning support providers, have developed a rich and engaging scheme of work centred around the discovery of a dinosaur egg in each classroom.

The Dinosaur Egg is About to Hatch!

A dinosaur egg is about to hatch.
A hatching dinosaur egg spotted in a Foundation Stage (Reception) classroom. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

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Dinosaur Workshop with Reception Classes

Children in the two Reception classes at Lum Head Primary have been waiting for their two dinosaur eggs to hatch.  They have built a nest and worked out what the baby dinosaur needs to keep it safe and warm.  Our dinosaur expert visited the school to deliver two workshops helping to kick-off this exciting topic.

The teacher who organised the visit from Everything Dinosaur emailed to thank us for our efforts, she wrote:

“Thank you for today. The children absolutely loved it and were buzzing all day!!  Thanks too for all the additional resources you left us – we will definitely be using them”.

To learn about Everything Dinosaur’s fossil and dinosaur themed workshops in school, and about our outreach work: simply drop us an email: Email Everything Dinosaur.

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