Dorset: Jurassic forest

In this resource children are challenged to create a Jurassic forest in the classroom. They explore the kinds of animals and plants that would have lived there and find similarities and differences to plants living today. The activities link to aspects of learning about living things in their environment and the different parts of flowering plants.

This resource is part of a larger collection created to support Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure an exploration of the UK's natural history past, present and future. From early 2018 to late 2020 the Natural History Museum's iconic Diplodocus cast, Dippy, is on a Natural History Adventure across the UK. Dippy is a catalyst for exploring different aspects of the natural world along the eight-stop tour to museums and cultural hubs. 

Dippy on Tour is brought to you by the Natural History Museum in partnership with the Garfield Weston Foundation, and supported by DELL EMC and Williams and Hill.



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This resource is part of Dippy on tour