On-site Program

Dino Styles (K-3)

From different styles of adaptations to different styles of families, this high-energy program explores the creation of fossils while looking closely at dinosaur diversity, parental care, and the food chain. Through classroom and tour components, students will discuss animal homes, fossilization, and how dinosaurs adapted to their environments.

Length: 60 minutes
Program times: 10:00am, 11:15am, 12:45pm
Maximum students: 27
Cost: May-June: $295

Curricular Connections


  • Shows awareness of similarities and differences in living things, objects, and materials

Grade 1

  • Describe some common living things, and identify needs of those living things

Grade 3

  • Describe the appearances and life cycles of some common animals, and identify their adaptations to different environments
  • Identify requirements for animal care

Develop Number Sense

  • Kindergarten: Uses direct comparison to compare two objects based on a single attribute
  • Grade 1: Relate length to the understanding of size
  • Grade 2: Communicate length using units
  • Grade 3: Determine length using standard units