Build a T-Rex! Paleontology Adventure for the Kids!
Build a T-Rex should be all you need to hear, but in case it isn’t, check this out! Your child can build their very own!
At some point, it seems like every kid loves T-Rex the most. My little brother and my cousin’s little brother, only a few months apart, both loved him the most around the same time even! If that’s not proof enough, 20+ years later my nephew (not related to my brother or influenced by the cousin) shares that same love for T-Rex! Wonder if there are some sort of studies on that one? Perhaps they just study T-Rex more? Any insight?
Build A T-Rex
with a 3D Model
This book, illustrated by Kiki Ljung, is absolutely adorable! At first I worried that it was JUST going to be a cardboard model kit, but once I got the book and flipped through I was super excited to find that it’s way more educational that originally expected!
Build A T-Rex is a cardboard book that fills a young mind with pertinent facts about T-Rex taking them on their very own ‘dig’ throughout the book! One quote that really make me smile was “Have you built your T-rex? Will you put it back in the ground? Or display it with the rest of your collection?’ What a fantastic way to continue the imagination of digging up T-Rex, assembling the bones and doing it over and over again! There’s the bonus of it helping parents encourage the kids to put T-Rex back up as well!
Each page teaches about T-Rex, his body, how he used it, what he ate, where he lived, and even why he did things the way he did! To be honest, I read something in this book (so not giving it away) that I had literally never known, even with all the little boys talking incessantly about them! haha
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4 thoughts on “Build a T-Rex! Paleontology Adventure for the Kids!”
This looks like it would be a lot of fun for kids. What little one doesn’t love T-Rex?
I have a young cousin who is nuts for dinosaurs. And, yep, T Rex is a current favorite of his, lol. This would go over really well with him.
My great great nephew is turning 5 late February. Would this book be in the right age for him? He loves dinosaurs so I keep trying to find different things for him.
My kids love dinosaurs. I also like Draw 500 Everyday Things.