Jul 20, 2020
Nothing is as relaxing as a dinosaur’s roar, right? Right? Hmm, well we’re going to try to relax, stretch, and breathe today as we talk about (and pretend to be) the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex! We’ll shake our tails, do the T.rex Twist, and even float in today’s guided relaxation for kids and anyone who is looking to relax mindfully, playfully! ☺
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Scientific (curriculum connections): Tyrannosaurus rex life cycle, extinction
Social-emotional connections: Perceptions, open mindedness, anti-racism
Tyrannosaurus Rex (American Museum of Natural History)
Tyrannosaurs Rex (National Geographic Kids)
Tyrannosaurus Rex: Facts about T.Rex, King of the Dinosaurs (Live Science)
What Did a Baby T.rex Look Like? (American Museum of Natural History on YouTube, about 6min.)
Baby T. Rex Was an Adorable Ball of Fluff (LiveScience.com)
Everything We Though We Knew About T.Rex Is Wrong (The Nature of Things with David Suzuki episode, CBC, about 45 mins.) If you’re outside of Canada you can watch the full documentary at https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6d590l the section on how T.Rex may have sounded starts at 34mins in.