Ever wondered how fast a Velociraptor could run or how tall the Tyrannosaurus Rex stood? This section has lots of dinosaur coloring sheets, facts, mazes, Sudoku, word searches and lots more to keep your dinosaur lover busy for hours.
Trace over this falcarius dinosaur and its name in this fun worksheet. Great for improving pencil control skills.
Trace over this hadrosaurus dinosaur and its name in this fun worksheet. Great for improving pencil control skills.
Trace over this utahraptor dinosaur and its name in this fun worksheet. Great for improving pencil control skills.
This cute little ankylosaurus is all ready to be coloured in. Great as part of a dinosaur display.
The archaeopteryx is a feathered dinosaur and is considered by many to be the first bird. We have a drawing of the archaeopteryx all ready for you to colour.
The brachiosaurus was a very long dinosaur reaching lengths of around 20 metres. We have a a great colouring of this enormous dinosaur all ready for you to colour.
Here we have a cute brontosaurus with its young all ready to colour in.
The Carnotaurus meaning "meat eating bull" was a very fast dinosaur with powerful hind legs and horns like a bull. We have a a great Carnotaurus all ready for you to colour in.
The Corythosaurus is known to have a tall crest on its skull which it was thought it used for vocalisation. It is believed that sound waves travelled through the chambers of the crest and got amplified as it exhaled a bit like a trombone! Here we have a cute Corythosaurus all ready to be coloured in.
The Elamosaurus was a plesiosaur, a type of marine reptile and we have a cute one here all ready to be coloured in.
This cute gigantosaurus is all ready to colour in.
The lufgenosaurus was a plant eating dinosaur of the early Jurassic period. We have a lufgenosaurus all ready for you to colour. Why not find and add some facts about the dinosaur to make your page extra special?
This parasaurolophus is all ready to be coloured in. We do not know what colour the original dinosaurs might have been so why not have fun and make your own version.
The plesiosaurus was a marine reptile that had four fins and a long serpentine neck. We have a cute plesiosaurus all ready for you to colour.
Pterosaurs were the first vertebrates to fly, how amazing would it have been to see such creatures in the skies above us! This pterosaur is all ready to be coloured in.
The qantassaurus stood on two legs and is a plant eating dinosaur. It was thought that it would be a fast runner. We have a cute qantassaurus all ready for you to colour.
The Rhamphorhynchus was a flying pterosaur which had a long tail and a beak snout that housed needle teeth which are angled forward and perfect for catching fish. We have a great Rhamphorhynchus all ready for you to colour in.
This fun spinosaurus is just waiting to be coloured in. What colour will yours be? A great sheet to add to a dinosaur display.
The stegosaurus is very distinct with its kite shaped upright plates along its back. We have a great stegosaurus picture all ready for you to colour.
This cute little triceratops is all ready to be coloured in. This sheet is perfect when doing a dinosaur topic or learning about what each dinosaur is called.
This cute Tyrannosaurus rex is ready to be coloured in, what colour will you make it? A great sheet to form part of a dinosaur display or perfect to keep a dinosaur lover entertained.
A new baby dinosaur has hatched, can you help it through the maze to find its mummy?
There are lots of dinosaurs to match to their shadow in this fun puzzle. Great for improving observational skills.
Can you match the pterodactyl to the correct shadow in this fun puzzle?
Can you match the stegosaurus to its shadow in this fun puzzle?
This dinosaur fossil puzzle is perfect for any dinosaur fan. Colour in the jigsaw and cut the pieces out to make your own puzzle.
Print out this cute dinosaur jigsaw and cut around the shapes to make your own puzzle. You can even laminate the pieces so they can be used again and again.
Cut out the strips and try and put this great dinosaur puzzle back together by putting the numbers in the correct order.
Colour the cute dinosaur to match the already coloured one.
Can you spot the 5 differences between these two dinosaur themed pictures? A fun way to improve observational skills and keep the kids busy.