Fun Natural History Museum Dinosaur Activities and Crafts Inspired by The PAW Patrol!

The PAW Patrol is in LA at the Natural History Museum to celebrate the release of PAW Patrol: Dino Rescue Roar to the Rescue, which is now available on DVD! Fans can go on a tour of the Dino Hall with the PAW Patrol pups as they learn about dinosaurs, see skeletons, and go on fun adventures.. Follow their Natural History Museum adventure on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram..

Rubble and Skye entering the Dino Hall
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Skye having fun in the Dino Hall

The PAW Patrol: Dino Rescue Roar to the Rescue is now on DVD and can be purchased from Amazon.com (affiliate link).

For even more prehistoric fun, The PAW Patrol and the Natural History Museum have combined efforts to create some wonderful educational crafts that kids will love and enjoy making. In this fun instruction booklet kids (or adults) will get to learn how to make Dino Eggs, create a Dino out of a paper plate, and learn how to make Dinosaur Shadow Puppets.

Materials needed to create Dino Eggs:

  • Hard-boiled Eggs
  • 1 red cabbage + 1 bunch spinach + 4 tbsp. ground coffee (or food safe food coloring)
  • 1 quart of water + 1 quart water + 2 Cups of water
  • 2 Tbsp. white vinegar
  • 2 large bowls
  • Tongs or large spoons
  • Paintbrush or 1/2 cup rice, beans, lentils, peanuts (any dry pantry good)
  • Natural Dye

Materials needed to create Paper Plate Dinosaurs:

  • Paper Plates
  • Construction Paper
  • Tempura Paint
  • Rolling Pins
  • Bubble Wrap
  • Stapler or Glue Stick
  • Crayons

Materials needed to create Dinosaur Shadow Puppets:

  • Black Cardstock
  • Pencil
  • Tape
  • Scissors
  • White crayon or colored pencil
  • 3/16″ dowels (or skewers)
  • 1/8: brads
  • 1/8″ hole punch
  • Cardboard
  • Table Lamp
  • Butcher Paper

To get the crafts and activity instructions click the image below and save the PDF to your computer. Then print, collect the materials needed, and create. Be sure to follow The PAW Patrol as they take a tour of the Dino Hall in the Natural History Museum and learn even more about the amazing world of the dinosaurs.

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