The hotel has several indoor and outdoor activities for kids. One of them is our very popular “Wall of Fame” located in our hospitality room. We have several sketches of different species of dinosaurs that the kids get to choose from and color them with crayons. They can do this while enjoying the freshly popped pop corn and some hot chocolate! Once they finish their art work, they submit it to us at the front desk. We then, frame their work and display it on the “Wall of Fame”. The drawing stays there for about a month or some times two and then we mail it back to the child with a souvenir. This is a very popular activity amongst children at our hotel for many years now. Our staff enjoy to get involved with the kids in doing this.
Dinosaur Educational Links
Awesome Library Dinosaur Links – Links to all the top dinosaur sites on the web. Learn about every aspect of dinosaurs.
BrainPOP Dinosaurs – watch the animated cartoon, take the quiz, and check out the activity page for a lesson about these “terrible lizards!
Dino Don’s – Dinosaur art, a dinosaur dictionary, dinosaur contests, dinosaur news, dinosaur digs, dinosaur scientists, dinosaur books, dinosaur links, The Lost World Jurassic Park Traveling Exhibit and
all manner of cool dinosaur stuff… if it’s dinosaurs you want,
Dino Don’s got ’em!
Discovering Dinosaurs Activity Guide – Discovering Dinosaurs Activity Guide from Britannica.com will introduce you to the dinosaurs as we know them today and show how theories about them have changed. Each activity on the menu at the left explores one aspect of dinosaurs and contains links to additional information.
National Geographic Dinosaur Eggs – an online egg hunt and catch the excitement of fossil researchers as they “hatch” fossilized dinosaur eggs to reveal the embryos inside. Tour our museum of dinosaur hatchlings, meet the modelers, and preview EXPLORER’s forthcoming television show about the “Dinosaur Hunters” of the Gobi desert.
Walking With Dinosaurs – play a dinosaur game, learn about their footprints, send a dinosaur postcard, or find out about extinction from this BBC site.