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Also see our detailed dinosaur information pages and our brief dinosaur fact sheets (with printable versions).

Click on a dinosaur's name to go to a black-and-white print-out. These activities are designed as academic print-outs, for making a dinosaur book, for cut-outs used in dinosaur crafts, for coloring, for stencils, and other uses.



Dinosaur Calendar

You can print out this dinosaur calendar and color the pages.


Dinosaur Defenses



Dinosaur Egg



Dinosaur Footprint



Dinosaur Size Comparison Activity



Dinosaur Sizes



Acrocanthosaurus

A huge, spine-backed meat-eater.
Alamosaurus

Alamosaurus

A huge, long-tailed, long-necked, armored, plant-eating dinosaur.


Alamosaurus

(Simple Version)
A long-tailed, long-necked, armored plant-eater.


Albertosaurus

A meat-eating dinosaur, a tyrannosaurid from the late Cretaceous period.


Allosaurus

The biggest meat-eating dinosaur from the late Jurassic period.


Alxasaurus

A meat-eating dinosaur found in Mongolia.


Anchisaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur, a late prosauropod, from the early Jurassic period.
Ankylosaurus

Ankylosaurus

A heavily armored plant-eater with a club-like tail and spikes.
Ankylosaurus

Ankylosaurus

(Simple Version)
A heavily armored plant-eater with a club-like tail and spikes.
Apatosaurus

Apatosaurus

A huge, long-necked, whip-tailed plant-eating dinosaur; it used to be known as Brontosaurus.


Apatosaurus
(Simple version)

A long-necked plant-eater; it used to be known as Brontosaurus.


Bagaceratops Printout

A plant-eating dinosaur with an armored head.
Barosaurus

Barosaurus

A huge, long-necked, whip-tailed plant-eater from the Jurassic period.
Baryonyx

Baryonyx

A large meat-eater from the early Cretaceous period.
Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus

A huge, long-necked, plant-eating dinosaur with a giraffe-like stance.
Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus
(Simple version)

A tall, long-necked plant-eater.
Brachiosaurus skeleton

Brachiosaurus Skeleton

Brachiosaurus was a tall, long-necked plant-eater.


Carnotaurus

A Cretaceous theropod with brow horns.


Centrosaurus

A ceratopsian dinosaur with a long snout horn.


Ceratosaurus

A Jurassic theropod with a snout horn.


Chasmosaurus

A ceratopsian with three horns.


Coelophysis

A late Triassic theropod, a meat-eating dinosaur about 9 feet (3 m) long.


Coelophysis

(Simple version)
A late Triassic theropod, a meat-eater about 9 feet (3 m) long.


Compsognathus

The smallest dinosaur yet found; it was a meat-eater that was the size of a chicken.


Compsognathus

(Simple version)
The smallest dinosaur yet found; it was a meat-eater that was the size of a chicken.


Corythosaurus

A large, duck-billed plant eating dinosaur that had a helmet-like crest on its head.


Corythosaurus

(Simple version)
A large, duck-billed plant eating dinosaur that had a helmet-like crest on its head.


Cretaceous Period Animals

This period saw the height of the dinosaurs and the first flowering plants.


Deinonychus

A deadly, intelligent, meat-eater with huge, sickle-like claws.


Deinonychus

(Simple version)
A deadly, intelligent, meat-eater with huge, sickle-like claws.


Dilophosaurus

A meat-eating dinosaur with a double crest on its head.


Dilophosaurus

(Simple version)
A meat-eating dinosaur with a double crest on its head.
crossword puzzle

Dinosaur Crossword Puzzle

See how many dinosaur terms you know.


Diplodocus

A long-necked, whip-tailed plant-eater about 90 ft (27 m) long.
Edmontonia

Edmontonia

An armored, plant-eating dinosaur from North America.
Edmontosaurus

Edmontosaurus

A large, duck-billed, plant-eating dinosaur that had a bumpy ridge on its back.
Edmontosaurus

Edmontosaurus

(Simple version)
A large, duck-billed, plant-eating dinosaur that had a bumpy ridge on its back.
Eoraptor

Eoraptor

One of the oldest dinosaurs yet found. A small, primitive, meat-eating dinosaur with sharp teeth.
Eoraptor

Eoraptor

(Simple version)
One of the oldest dinosaur yet found. A small, primitive, meat-eating dinosaur with sharp teeth.
Fabrosaurus

Fabrosaurus

A small, primitive plant-eating dinosaur from South Africa.
Gallimimus

Gallimimus

A fast-running, light-weight theropod from the late Cretaceous period.
Giganotosaurus

Giganotosaurus

The largest meat-eating dinosaur yet found; this giant was even bigger than T. rex.
Giganotosaurus

Giganotosaurus

(Simple version)
The largest meat-eating dinosaur yet found; it was even bigger than T. rex.


Hadrosaurus

A duck-billed, plant-eating dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period.
Hypsilophodon

Hypsilophodon

A small, plant-eating dinosaur that may have lived in herds.


Iguanodon

A slow, heavy, herding, plant-eating dinosaur that had thumb-spikes. Iguanodon was the second dinosaur discovered.


Iguanodon

(Simple version)
A slow, heavy, herding, plant-eating dinosaur that had thumb-spikes. Iguanodon was the second dinosaur discovered.
Janenschia

Janenschia

Janenschia was a huge, plant-eating dinosaur with an elongated neck and tail. It was a sauropod from the late Jurassic period, about 156 million to 150 million years ago.
Brachiosaurus

Jurassic Period Animals

The giant, long-necked plant-eating dinosaurs lived during the Jurassic period.


Kentrosaurus

A spiked, plated, plant-eating dinosaur from the Jurassic period.
Leaellynasaura

Leaellynasaura

An Australian plant-eating dinosaur with large eyes.


Lambeosaurus

Lambeosaurus was a plant-eating dinosaur with a tall, hollow, bony crest on its head.


Maiasaura

A duck-billed, herding, plant-eating dinosaur that cared for its young.


Maiasaura

(Simple version)
A duck-billed, herding plant-eater that cared for its young.


Mamenchisaurus

The dinosaur with the longest neck - a plant-eating giant from China.


Mamenchisaurus

(Simple version)
The dinosaur with the second-longest neck, a plant eater from China.


Massospondylus

An early plant eater with a long neck and long tail.


Megalosaurus

This large meat-eater was the first dinosaur named.


Megaraptor

A large predatory dinosaur with a huge, sickle-shaped claw on each foot.


Muttaburrasaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur with thumb spikes.


Nodosaurus

A large, armored, plant-eating dinosaur from the early Cretaceous period, about 113-98 million years ago.


Ornitholestes

A fast-moving Jurassic theropod with a small crest on its snout.


Ornithomimus

A fast-moving Cretaceous theropod.


Ouranosaurus

A sail-backed plant-eater with a beak.


Ouranosaurus

(Simple version)
A sail-backed plant-eater with a beak.


Oviraptor

A small omnivore with a parrot-like head and beak.


Oviraptor

A small omnivore with a parrot-like head and beak. (Simple version)


Pachycephalosaurus

A dome-headed plant-eater.


Pachycephalosaurus

(Simple version)
A dome-headed plant-eater.


Panoplosaurus

A tank-like, spiked, plant-eating dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period.


Parasaurolophus

A long-crested plant-eating dinosaur.


Parasaurolophus

(Simple version)
A long-crested plant-eating dinosaur.
Pentaceratops

Pentaceratops

A late Cretaceous plant-eater with horns and a big frill.


Permian Period Animals

The Permian period is also know as the age of amphibians; it preceded the Triassic period, when dinosaurs and mammals evolved.
Plateosaurus

Plateosaurus

A late Triassic plant-eater.


Polacanthus

An armored and spiked plant-eater.


Protoceratops

A ceratopsian dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period.


Protoceratops

(Simple version)
A ceratopsian dinosaur from the late Cretaceous period.


Procompsognathus

An early, small, meat-eating dinosaur from the late Triassic period.
Quaesitosaurus

Quaesitosaurus

A large, long-necked, whip-tailed plant-eating dinosaur from the Gobi Desert. It lived during the late Cretaceous period.


Riojasaurus

A large, early, plant-eating, South American dinosaur.


Saltasaurus

A large, long-necked plant-eating dinosaur with armor on its back. It lived during the late Cretaceous period.


Saltopus

A small, fast, early meat-eater.


Saurolophus

Saurolophus was a duck-billed, plant-eating dinosaur.


Sauropelta

Sauropelta was an armored, plant-eating dinosaur.


Saurornithoides

Saurornithoides was a small, fast-moving, meat-eating dinosaur.


Segisaurus

A fast-moving, bird-like meat-eater.


Segnosaurus

A meat-eating dinosaur from Mongolia.


Seismosaurus

A huge, long-necked plant-eater from the Jurassic period.


Seismosaurus

Simple Version
A huge, long-necked plant-eater from the Jurassic period.


Spinosaurus

A huge meat-eater with a sail-back fin.


Spinosaurus

(Simple Version)
A huge meat-eater with a sail-back fin.


Stegoceras

A plant-eating dinosaur with a very thick skull.


Stegosaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur with rows of plates on its back and spikes on its tail.


Stegosaurus

(Simple version)
A plant-eating dinosaur with rows of plates on its back and spikes on its tail.
Stegosaurus Skeleton

Stegosaurus Skeleton

See the bones of this huge, plated plant-eater.
Stygimoloch

Stygimoloch

A plant-eater with many horns and bumps on its skull.
Styracosaurus

Styracosaurus

A frilled plant-eater with many horns on its head.
Supersaurus

Supersaurus

The longest dinosaur ever found; a long-necked plant-eater from the Jurassic period.
Supersaurus

Supersaurus

(Simple version)
The longest dinosaur ever found; a long-necked plant-eater.
Syntarsus

Syntarsus

A fast-moving, meat-eating dinosaur from the Jurassic period.
Syntarsus

Syntarsus

(Simple version)
A fast-moving, meat-eating dinosaur from the Jurassic period.


Thecodontosaurus

An early plant-eating dinosaur from the late Triassic period.


Thescelosaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur whose 4-chambered, fossilized heart has been found.
Torosaurus

Torosaurus

A plant-eating dinosaur with three horns and a huge, bony frill.


Trachodon

A duck-billed dinosaur known only from its fossilized teeth.
Eoraptor

Triassic Period Animals

Dinosaurs and mammals evolved during the Triassic Period.
Triceratops

Triceratops

A plant-eater with three horns and a frill on its head.
Triceratops

Triceratops, Simple version

A plant-eater with three horns and a frill on its head.


Triceratops Skeleton

A plant-eater with three horns and a frill on its head.


Troödon

A fast-moving meat-eater from the late Cretaceous period.


Tyrannosaurus rex

The king of the dinosaurs; a huge meat-eater.


Tyrannosaurus rex (Simple version)

The king of the dinosaurs; a huge meat-eater.


Tyrannosaurus rex Skeleton

The king of the dinosaurs; a huge meat-eater.
Brachiosaurus

Ultrasauros

A huge, long-necked sauropod from the Jurassic period.
Brachiosaurus

Ultrasauros

(Simple version)
A huge, long-necked sauropod from the Jurassic period.


Utahraptor

A fast, intelligent meat-eater with huge, sickle-shaped claws.


Velociraptor

A fast, intelligent meat-eater.
Vulcanodon

Vulcanodon

A very early sauropod (long-necked plant-eater).


Xiaosaurus

(pronounced sheow-SAWR-us) A small, plant-eating dinosaur from the Jurassic period.

K-3 Non-Dinosaur Print-outs


Cryptoclidus

A large, swimming reptile - a plesiosaur.


Desmatosuchus

An extinct reptile that lived over 200 million years ago.


Dimetrodon

An extinct, sail-backed, meat-eating animal from the Permian period (pre-dating the dinosaurs).


Dimetrodon

(Simple version)
An extinct, sail-backed, meat-eating animal from the Permian period (pre-dating the dinosaurs).


Doedicurus

Doedicurus (family glyptodontidae) was an ancient armadillo with a tail mace. It lived during the Ice Ages - long after the dinosaurs died.


Elasmosaurus

A swimming fish-eater with four flippers and a very long neck, a plesiosaur.


Estemmenosuchus

A large "mammal-like reptile" that lived about 255 million years ago.


Gerrothorax

An ancient amphibian that lived over 200 million years ago.


Glyptodon

Glyptodon was a car-sized armadillo that lived during the Ice Ages, long after the dinosaurs died.


Ichthyornis

An extinct bird from the time of the dinosaurs.


Ichthyosaurus

An extinct marine reptile from the time of the dinosaurs.


Kronosaurus

A large marine reptile from the early Cretaceous period.


Liopleurodon

Liopleurodon was the biggest plesiosaur. It was a huge swimming reptile that lived over a hundred million years ago, during the Jurassic period.


MEGALODON

A huge, extinct shark that lived from roughly 25 to 1.6 million years ago, long after the dinosaurs.


Moschops

Moschops is an extinct plant-eater that lived before the dinosaurs.


Orthacanthus

Orthacanthus was an ancient, fresh-water shark that had a long spine growing from the back of its skull.


Plesiosaurus

An extinct, fish-eating marine reptile with four flippers, a plesiosaur.
Postosuchus

Postosuchus

Postosuchus is an extinct reptile that lived over 200 million years ago.


Pterodactylus

Flying meat-eaters from the late Jurassic.


Pteranodon

Big, flying meat-eaters from the late Cretaceous.


Rhamphorhynchus

A flying, fish-eating reptile with a long tail; it lived during the late Jurassic period.



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