Dinosaurs: now in colour (Caihong juji © Magic Torch)

Science Focus Education Pack: Dinosaurs

Download the second part of the Science Focus Education Pack here to learn all about dinosaurs.

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The Science Focus Education Pack is a new weekly series of worksheets aimed at Key Stage 3 and 4 students. Part 2 covers the enormous reptiles that used to roam the Earth, with a quiz, a set of questions based on a feature, and a project idea.

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