Discover Dinosaurs

Create stations on several tables at your meeting.
Place a dinosaur fossil (can be found at the discovery
science stores and even some dollar stores) and other
information about the dinosaur.
Put manipulatives as well as pictures (like the wooden
puzzles of dinosaurs put together with glue).
At the door, as each Scout (and his family) comes in,
give him a little booklet with the word Passport written
on the top page and the name of each station on its own
page as well.
As he goes from one exhibit to the other, add a stamp or
a fossil rubbing to each page of the book.
If Scouts arrive early, they could have the whole book
completed and they would have traveled around the
world and learned a few things at the same time.

References / Source:
Sam Houston Area Council

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