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Meet The Gibbon Conservation Center’s Sweet Spring Baby
“Each show explores a different theme,” says the Natural History Museum site, so not only do guests get to see a dinosaur on the move, but an educational component adds prehistoric panache to the program.
Seeing a behemoth lived a long, long, long ago tromping through a room? It’s $6 if you’re not a member of the museum, and free if you are.
Your Dinosaur Encounters ticket will be in addition to your museum admission, so do keep that in mind.
Tromp now for roar, we mean more on the welcome return of an imaginative puppet program, one that brings the giants from our jammies, toy boxes, and dino-focused daydreams to spectacular life.
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Baby Gifts Suitable For A Royal
The Museums Patron, the Duchess of Cambridge, gave birth to her second child just a few days ago, so the Museums online shop has been gearing up with gift ideas for newborns. With bibs, toys and T-shirts its never too early to introduce your littlest to the prehistoric world. We also take a look at some of the incredible facts about the first six months of your little hatchlings life.
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Children At The Natural History Museum
Were thinking of bringing a three year old to the Natural History Museum. Do you think the Dinosaur exhibit will be too overwhelming, and scary for a child that young?
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No, that’s almost peak dinosaur loving age. It’s not really scary, they are mostly bones rather than animatronic T-Rexes. There is a lot that a 3 year old would find amazing, including the giant Blue Whale.
While every child is unique, I think that a lot of toddlers and those in pre-school like dinosaurs. Maybe start by giving them a toy dinosaur figure they can play with and let them know they will be able to see one up close. Or take them to the museum store first and get them a dinosaur toy and then show them the dinosaurs so they see them more as big toys rather than animals that could have eaten humans in one bite.
My dad used to hold me up and pretend to feed me to the dinosaurs. Maybe avoid doing that? ) Otherwise, lots and lots of kids that age love seeing those big dino bones! .
My young niece loved all the dinosaurs except T Rexs as they were meat eaters. I asked her what she ate at the burger place and she had an epiphany.
Wait to you get to childrens area of that museum, your biggest probem will be getting them away from there, they wont want to leave
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Natural History Dinosaur Torch And Projector
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The Natural History Dinosaur Torch and Projector is a fun educational toy that projects 24 fascinating dinosaur images onto walls and ceilings.
The torch comes with three slide discs with 24 fascinating dinosaur colour photographs T-Rex, Stegosaurus, Triceratops and more. Swap and change the slides easily by pulling back the plastic flap and inserting the chosen disc then rotate the disc round to view the fantastic colour images which project up to one meter wide. The images are easily focused by turning the lens head. A fun projector that doubles up as a handy torch. It can also be used as a normal torch without the slides in place and is great for keeping on bedside tables to give comfort to children during the night.
A perfect, fun yet educational, gift for boys and girls who are interested in dinosaurs. Kids grow out of toys earlier and earlier but torches still appeal to kids into their tween and teen years. Ideal for pyjama parties and sleepovers.
The product measures 11cm long and is approximately 3.5cm in diameter at the widest point.
- 3 x LR44 batteries included.
- Suitable for ages 3+
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The National Dinosaur Museum
Established in 1993, the museum has grown from just a small collection to housing one of the largest permanent displays of dinosaur and other prehistoric fossil material in Australia. Located in Gold Creek Village, the National Dinosaur Museum is now one of Canberras premier tourist attractions and offers an interactive insight into the earths long and dynamic history. The museum houses life-like dinosaur models, full skeletons, skulls, and animatronic dinosaurs, and visitors can navigate through millions of years of earths ancient past.
Focusing on education and entertainment, the museum offers a wide variety of activities to schools and the general public. From guided tours of the museum to birthday parties for the kids, there is sure to be something to suit your needs.
Our gift shop stocks a range of natural history books, dinosaur models, apparel, and toys. Come visit the dinosaurs today!
List Of All Dinosaurs Made By Invicta For The British Museum Of Natural History
A total of twenty-three in total, with their approximate dates of release:
To learn more about each figure click on the highlighted Dinosaur name.
I would like to thank
Max Magnus Norman for allowing the use of photos of three of the figures that I no longer or never possessed, the Dimetrodon, Lambeosaurus and Mamenchisaurus. Thanx Max!
These were sold both individually and in boxed sets.
Box Set 1 consisted of the Blue Whale, Diplodocus, Megalosaurus and Scelidosaurus.
Box Set 2 was: The Glyptodon, Stegosaurus, Triceratops and Woolly Mammoth.
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What Parents Are Saying
These are a wonderful collection of books
My 3 year old loves dinosaurs and really likes these books. He now has all 4.
Good rhyming, good message and bright colourful illustrations
Along with good information on the Dinos at the end! I highly recommend this series!!
My 3 year old adores these books
Cannot wait until the next series is published Snap, Flap, Whack, Whizz. Squeak, Honk Bash and Chew!!!
Find out about our work with the Natural History Museum
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There are many other great toy companies that you might want to check out.
We here at The Dinosaur Toys Collectors Guide have only one purpose in being here at all. Providing you, our readers, with the best, most informative and entertaining information about Dinosaur toys both past and present.
In order to best achieve that goal, in addition to providing pages on individual figures, advice and suggestions on obtaining the Dinosaur toys and pricing, availability and age and personality appropriateness information…. We have instituted our:
1) The Daily “Dino-Blog” where you are regularly updated as each new page is created and kept up-to-date on Dinosaur toys news and the happenings in “Dino-town.”
2) Our Contact-osaur-Us form which you can use to send us comments and tell us what you need and want to see. After all, this site is for your information.
3) Social Networking links so you can share this page, and our site, with your friends. Thank you.
4) Our mighty and inimitable Search-osaurus Center. You can use the search bars to either search the site for all things Dinosaur or search the entire web for all things anything at All-a-saurus.
6) Our always open Donate-O-saurus Center where you can make a donation and keep us in business, such as it is. We thank you for anything you can give.
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See What Our Visitors Have To Say
“Excellent display of dinosaurs both outside and inside the museum with informative information placed at the exhibits. A must see with kids.”
“The staff really make it too….that little bit extra care and attention to kids & little prizes & going the extra length is very much appreciated and noticed. And makes all the difference. Thank you.”
“Love all he tacky dinosaurs you can pose with out the front. The Dino tour inside was super interesting. Deffo worth a visit!”
“This is a great place for very young children right the way up to adults. Kids have fun following a trail and looking for specific items. Very interesting for adults as well. Lots of models and outside are dinosaurs of different sizes for the kids to climb on, sit in and have lots of fun. Good time for all.”
“Great displays with heaps of information in easy to understand formats. Good for kids of all ages. Heaps of parking. Staff friendly and accommodating. Plenty of photo opportunities. Gift shop isn’t over priced and has a large range of educational toys. Excellent way to pass a few hours.”
“Such a modern take on a museum… highly recommended for the kiddies, both big and small “
Choose Your Dinosaur Activities
Enjoy a dinosaur-themed party with lots of fun activities. Learn about the dinosaurs while having fun and celebrating your birthday!
If your child is under 6 years old please contact us for alternative options.
Dinosaurs at Night Tours
Explore the National Dinosaur Museum by torchlight on one of our exciting night tours. The galleries can be seen in a very different light as our guides lead you on a journey of discovery over a one hour torchlit tour through the dimly lit galleries.
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Welcome To The World Of Dinosaur Roar
The World of Dinosaur Roar! is a series of storybooks featuring a group of bold and colourful dinosaurs, created by Peter Curtis and produced in association with the Natural History Museum to teach young children about dinosaurs. Educational and entertaining, The World of Dinosaur Roar! has been developed to captivate and engage pre-schoolers during their key dinosaur phase, whilst supporting the work of the Natural History Museum.