I'd definitely recommend reading a copy if you haven't already.
As readers of our blog may know we like to take themes from a book and develop them in play. When we found an out of date packet of chocolate pudding, I instantly thought of a messy play opportunity- a mud puddle for our toy dinosaurs. I added a jelly (jello) swamp and the scene was set.
The Frog was initially reluctant to touch anything apart from his familiar dinosaurs, but he quickly copied his sister who got stuck in.
We made sure we practised our roar and talking in different dinosaur voices as we played.
'Look mummy they are swimming in a chocolate lake'
This post is part of Poppins Book Nook - a group of book inspired bloggers who write about children's books.
Enchanted Homeschooling Mom - Royal Baloo - 3 Dinosaurs - Monsters Ed - Chestnut Grove Academy - Growing in God's Grace - Royal Little Lambs - Life with Moore Babies - Teach Beside Me - The Usual Mayhem - Mum Central - Fantastic Fun and Learning - Kathys Cluttered Mind - Play Create Explore - Toddler Approved - Growing Book by Book - Adventures in Mommydom - B-Inspired Mama - The Fairy and The Frog - Edventures with Kids - Learning & Growing the Piwi way - A Gluten Free Journey - Mom to Crazy Monkeys - No Doubt Learning - Preschool Powol Packets - To The Moon and Back - Our Craft ~N~ Things - Farm Fresh Adventures - Proverbial Homemaker
Please link up any dinosaur children's book reviews/ activities below - we'd love to see them.