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February Activities

Book of the month
Never Ask a Dinosaur to Dinner

by Gareth Edwards

This fun, rhyming read-aloud will guide young children through the bedtime routine. Would you ask a dinosaur to dinner? Would you share your toothbrush with a shark? Through a series of amusing mishaps, a young boy learns that a dinosaur, a shark, a tiger, and other animals will not help him get a good night's sleep. Instead, he holds a teddy bear and counts sheep, realizing that they are the animals best suited for the bedtime routine. Gareth Edwards' rhyming read-aloud text is brought to life with the fun, charming art of Guy Parker-Rees, the bestselling illustrator of "Giraffes Can't Dance "

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Craft of the month

Create a Stegosaurus or Apatosaurus paper plate dinosaur craft with your kids this Valentine’s Day. Super cute and simple craft for everyone to enjoy.​

Paper Plate Dinosaur Craft Instructions

 What you will need:

• Paper plates (preferably ones with ribbed edging)
• Glue
• Googly eyes
• Paintbrush and paint
• Round Sponge Brushes


  • The first part is to cut the paper plate in half.

  •  One half is the body and the other half will be used to create the rest of the dinosaur pieces.

  •  Cut around the outside of one half and use the part with the ripples to make the dinosaurs plates.

  •  Then you can use the leftover to cut out the head, tail, and feet.

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