Dino Days: Return to the Time of the Dinosaurs!
All About Dinosaurs
Site from Enchanted Learning includes information on dinosaurs with colorful pictures. Activities include directions on "How to Write a Dinosaur Report," coloring pages, and "Name that Dino."
BBC-Science and Nature: Prehistoric Life
This site explores the rise and fall of the dinosaurs, sea monster facts, the truth about killer dinosaurs, the Baryonyx mystery, and was the T0Rex a warrior or a wimp?
This site has a searchable datatbase with profiles of over 300 known dinosaurs. Play the game, "Do you know your dinosaurs?"
Encyclopedia Britannica presents "Discovering Dinosaurs." Dinosaurs have been extinct for over 65 million years. Dinosaur fossils were discovered 150 years ago. Find out what knowledge about dinosaurs has changed a lot in the 150 years since they were discovered.
Paleontology: The Big Dig
The American Museum of Natural History presents "Paleontology: The Big Dig." Paleontoloy is the study of the really old through the study of fossils. This site includes fun activities and games.
A site for dinosaur enthusiasts. Find out what species is the closest to dinosaurs today.
What Killed the Dinosaurs? -- The Big Mystery
The dinosaurs vanished from the earth 65 million years ago. How did dinosaurs become extinct? Did the dinosaurs vanish quickly or did the dinosaurs vanish gradually.
Articles & Databases
Do you know how dinosaurs raised their children? Dig around in Grolier Online – It's full of up-to-date, kid-friendly information from seven encyclopedias, including one in Spanish.
A Dinosaur Named Sue: The Story of the Colossal Fossil: The World's Most Complete T. Rex
by Patricia Relf, with the Sue Science Team of Chicago's Field Museum
Text and color photos describe the journey of Sue, the most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton ever found as of 1999, from her 1990 discovery in South Dakota to her arrival and reconstruction at Chicago's Field Museum.
by Katy Hall and Lisa Eisenberg, pictures by Nicole Rubel
A collection of riddles relating to dinosaurs, such as "What do you get if you cross a dinosaur with a rabbit? Tricerahops!" and "What did dinosuar campers cook over the fire? Dino-s'mores!"
Dinofile: Profiles of 120 Amazing, Terrifying and Bizarre Beasts
by Richard Moody
The book gives profiles and artwork of 120 animals including dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and ichthyosaurs. The lastest research is used to reveal where and when these dinosaurs lived, what they ate, and what their names mean. Introductory section provides insight into fossils, the prehistoric age, and what may have caused the dinosaurs to die out.
How Dinosaurs Took Flight: the fossils, the science, what we think we know, and the mysteries yet unsolved
by Christopher Sloan
Looks at the evidence of dinosaurs with skeletal structures and feathers so similar to birds and why that is convincing many scientists that birds evolved from dinosaurs.
Paleo Sharks: Survival of the Strangest
by Timothy J. Bradley
An illustrated introduction to sharks that lived during the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic eras and modern sharks. Includes a timeline, and suggested books for further reading.
Ralph Masiello's Dinosaur Drawing Book
by Ralph Masiello
Learn techniques to draw dinosaurs.