This toolbox provides teachers with one-of-a-kind Museum casts of dinosaurs unearthed by Utah paleontologists.
What's in the Digging Dinosaurs Toolbox?
Fossil Specimens: Allosaurus upper jaw bone with teeth, Tyrannosaurus rex tooth, Utahraptor hand claw, Grallator track (footprint), Black bear jaw, Elk jaw, Coyote jaw, Diabloceratops skull, frill piece, & horn, Apatosaurus hip bone with tooth marks, Tarbosaurus toe bones, Dinosaur egg, Modern and fossilized seashell, Modern and petrified wood
Books: DK Eyewitness: Fossil by Dr. Paul Taylor, DK Eyewitness: Dinosaur (with CD & Poster) by David Lambert, Bones Rock! by Peter Larson & Kristin Donnan, Dinosaurs of Utah by Pat Bagley, Digging Up Dinosaurs by Aliki
Other materials: DVD—A Fossil’s Journey, NHMU, Measuring Tapes (5), Hand Lenses (5), Laminated Dino Fact Cards (for each dinosaur fossil cast in crate) (8), Laminated Deep Time Maps – World and Utah (23), Meet the NHMU Paleontologists (2 bios), Utah’s Newest Dinosaur Discoveries (articles & photos), Rules for Collecting Fossils in Utah, Utah in the Age of the Dinosaurs, Where to see fossils in Utah – Utah Museums, Quarries, Tracksites, List of good websites, Care of Fossil Casts Sheet
Click Here for the Digging Dinosaurs Inventory List
Teaching Toolboxes include relevant curriculum tied to Utah State Core Curriculum Standards.
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