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Seymour Simon is also a creator and the author of a series of 3D books and a series of Glow-in-the-Dark Books for Scholastic Book Clubs, a series of leveled SEEMORE READERS for Chronicle Books, and the EINSTEIN ANDERSON, SCIENCE DETECTIVE series of fiction books. His books encourage children to enjoy the world around them through learning and discovery, and by making science fun. He has introduced tens of millions of children to a staggering array of subjects; one prominent science education specialist described Simon's books as "extraordinary examples of expository prose."

This Measuring Dinosaurs Fact Cards and Activity resource includes a set of fact cards and a several-step activity! Guides are provided to help teachers and parents understand the resource.

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Humans’ eyes face forward so that they can see in 3D. Plant-eating dinosaurs, like the Triceratops, had eyes looking out to each side, so they could watch for danger while they fed. [10] Current dinosaur fossil “hot spots” include South America (particularly Argentina) and China, where several feathered dinosaurs have been found. [11] Like birds and reptiles today, dinosaurs built nests and laid eggs. Some even fed and protected their babies. [10] Some dinosaurs may have had colorful skin, but scientists don’t know for sure. It’s likely that most dinosaurs had green and brown scales to help them hide among trees and plants. [8]

Scientists believe that some dinosaurs were cold blooded, others warm blooded, and still others not fully one or the other. Small meat eaters may have been warm blooded. Plant eaters who were not as active were probably cold blooded. A warm-blooded animal needs about 10 times more food than a cold-blooded animal the same size. [11]

Dinosaurs were reptiles that lived on Earth from about 230 million years ago to about 65 million years ago. [3] Plant-eating dinosaurs may have contributed to global warming by passing gas • Sauropods were the tallest animals that ever lived. Some were more than twice the height of a giraffe. [4] Dinosaurs had different self-defense mechanisms. Some, like meat eaters, had sharp teeth. Plant eaters had long horns or sharp spikes. Other dinosaurs were covered in bony plates. [10]

Dinosaurs dominated Earth for over 165 million years. Humans have been around for only 2 million years. [11] Reading is a great way to gather information and learn about new things. Now that you have introduced the topic of dinosaurs to your students, use this non-fiction Dinosaur eBook to help advance your students’ learning! In this book, you will find a lot of information about dinosaurs and the world they lived in. Have a look at the content you will find in this resource:Though mosasaurs, ichthyosaurs, pterosaurs, plesiosaurs, and Dimetrodon are commonly believed to be dinosaurs, they are not technically dinosaurs. The term “dinosaur” refers to just land-dwelling reptiles that have a specific hip structure, among other traits. [11]

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