Let's Meet with the Dinosaurs


What is inside the box?
Parents’ guide with easy-to-follow instructions
Fun puzzles, following the theme
Four activities with all materials included

Our main goals for this theme are:

  • To learn fun facts about dinosaurs
  • To do different experiments based on STEAM activities,
  • To create our Dino Ring Toss Game,
  • To support fine motor skills, creativity, language skills, cognitive skills, social-emotional skills, and hand-eye coordination.
  • To develop your child’s imagination and creativity

All activities are ideal for children aged 2–6.

Let’s travel back in time and meet the dinosaurs!


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“I don’t pretend we have all the answers. But the questions are certainly worth thinking about!”

Arthur C. Clarke

Hello, my name is Pally, the FUNSAURUS, the funny little dinosaur. I am the smallest and most playful dinosaur you will ever meet! I love science and particularly enjoy making new discoveries. Would you like to travel back in time with me and find out more about dinosaurs?

As children grow up, they often develop different worries and fears. This shows that their brain is developing, and their thought processes are becoming more complex. There are essential questions about life that can be overwhelming for children and challenging for parents to answer. Learning about dinosaurs may bring big questions, such as: “How do dinosaurs die?’ or “What happens when someone dies?” or even “Are you going to die?” These challenging conversations may arise at any time, in any place and often just before bedtime. With our Let’s Meet with the Dinosaurs box, we will explore how parents can approach these big questions.

These activities have drawn inspiration from both EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths) and will encourage your child to explore their curiosity and sense of adventure.

Additional information


2-3, 4-6

Warning!  Small parts. Choking hazard. Not suitable for children under 36 months. Adult supervision recommended.