[video] Toddler Identifies Five Dinosaurs (well, four, and a prehistoric swimming reptile)

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Toddler Names Five Dinosaurs (well, four…)
These are definitely her favourite guys. She wanted to make a video this time. I had some surprise dinosaur 3d puzzle eggs they didn’t know about. I made it a […]

[video] Prehistoric Fidget Spinner For Unschoolers

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Fidget Spinners, huh? This is our unschool version. It’s like a fidget spinner and an old fashioned sit-n-spin (remember those?).

[video] Dinosaur Toys: 5YO Sorting Ceratopsians by Time Period

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Lose the Hadrosaurs. Ceratopsian Mountain and Time Period Sorting Expanding play learning again :) (Notice any advantages already to creating videos from play? )

First Video! Leave It In The Comics :)

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I was always planning on having them make videos for the 'learning using real life examples' aspect, but he has loved youtube his whole life and I was pretty excited when he wanted to make one! :) (he's alluded to it, but never said let's do it till now) I've never caught him on video ending his sentences with

[video] 3d/ 4d Dinosaur Puzzles (and 4yo’s intro to timelapse video creation)

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These things are great!! No need for puzzles cluttering up the house, why build a puzzle to just look at a picture? :)

[video] 4yo Photographer and his Dinosaur “Toys”

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Keeping interest levels up in kids? Do the things they love. Or even just incorporate them into what they are doing. How do you teach a kid more about camera work? It's as easy as pointing out to him how the camera is on the tripod and it's over by the dinosaurs.

You say brachiosaurus, I say camarasaurus (surprise smash ending)

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(and dad says pachyrhinosaurus, what a moron!)
4yo identifying dinosaur toys. He turned 4 a month ago, she’ll be 2 in a few weeks. We were very sweaty from dinosaur chases before this 🙂

we found […]

Learning To Read With Dinosaurs – Episode 1 : 12 Herbivores

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Now it’s time to start learning how to read. I made this video so he could watch ‘letters in action’. I wanted to make the video so other families, especially homeschool families, could see how easily it is to inject knowledge, ‘while you’re at it’.

The Tapejara Method : Easily Make Early Education Fun & Successful

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The Tapejara Method : Easily Make Early Education Fun & Successful
Before he gets a new ‘toy’, (even for months before) we research it. We find out what they ate, what time period they were from, […]

3 Years, 5 months, Flying a ‘Quetzal-co-atticus’ (Quetzalcoatlus)

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3 Years, 5 months, Flying a ‘Quetzal-co-atticus’ (Quetzalcoatlus)
Stay at home dad : You may find yourself taking your prehistoric toys outside quite often and playing for a while. Why outside? You can easily add […]

3 Years, 5 Months : Finding New Dinosaurs (Quicker than I thought)

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3 Years, 5 Months : Finding New Dinosaurs (Quicker than I thought)
We were heading home. It was 20 minutes away. I told him there were two new dinosaurs at home, but he was going to […]

3 years, 3 months : Dinosaur Research Turns To Dinosaur Toy Research

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3 years, 3 months : Dinosaur Research Turns To Dinosaur Toy Research

We had been looking at google images for sea creatures, savannah animals, arctic animals, whatever he wanted to ‘learn about on dad’s computer’.

As […]

2 years, 10 months : How to say Pachycephalosaurus

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2 years, 10 months : How to say Pachycephalosaurus

Looking back on this video, we thought it was real cute how he was trying to pronounce Pachycephalosaurus but we all thought that flying thing was a […]