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COMPLETE YOUR JURASSIC FACT BADGE HERE…

Complete 3 of the following 6 challenges here to earn your Jurassic Ranger fact Badge…

Of course once you have achieved each challenge you can record your progress on the badge sheet here 

If you don’t have a printer or want Ranger Ron’s printed badge sheets with stickers you can order the membership pack here which also includes Ranger cap, membership badge and other goodies!

Once you have completed each badge, send us a picture for your chance to make one of Ranger Ron live show gallery slots. Send your picture on either on Messenger here  in the Facebook group here   or email helen@wonderadventures.co.uk.

You can access the challenges below or on PDF here –

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Jurassic Fact challenge 1:

Find out 3 dinos that lived in the Jurassic Period and draw a picture of your favourite one of them.

Access colour in resource PDF here

Jurassic Fact challenge 2:

Fill in the missing Facts on Ranger Rons Jurassic Dino Fact sheet 

Access Jurassic Dino Fact sheet PDF here

Jurassic Fact challenge 3:

Learn 2 new (Jurassic) dinosaur names and teach someone in your family or household how to say them and what their name translates to as meaning?

Jurassic Fact challenge 4:

Create a dinosaur Fact sheet with 4 facts about any Jurassic Dinosaur from the Jurassic period. Draw the dinosaur and add in your facts.

Jurassic Fact challenge 5:

Get 2 of Ranger Ron’s Quiz questions right in a row and show off your knowledge to a family member.

You can find them on his YouTube channel here in any of the weekly episode replays.

Jurassic Fact challenge 6:

The late Jurassic Period is renowned for the emergence of sauropod dinosaurs.  They were the classic long-necked and long-tailed dinosaurs, and the largest grew to more than 40 metres in length and probably weighed up to 100 tonnes.

Find out about a Jurassic Sauropod and find out about its weight and length. Draw a picture of your discovery. 

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FURTHER DINOSAUR FACT FUN! 

Here is a list of some Jurassic Dinosaurs or nearly dinosaurs that lived in the Jurassic Period of time,  you might like to look up and find out about online for your Jurassic Badge work:

🦖  Ammosaurus

Pronunciation: ah-moh-SORE-us

Dinosaur Name meaning: ‘sand lizard’

🦖  Anchisaurus

Pronunciation: ANK-ee-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘near lizard’

🦖 Allosaurus

AL-oh-saw-russ

Name meaning: ‘other lizard’

🦖  Apatosaurus  

ah-PAT-oh-sore-us

🦖  Archaeopteryx

ark-ee-OPT-er-ix.

Name meaning: ‘ancient wing’

🦖  Brachiosaurus

BRAK-ee-oh-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘arm lizard’

🦖  Cryolophosaurus

Pronunciation: cry-o-loaf-oh-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘frozen crested lizard’

🦖  Camarasaurus

KAM-ar-a-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘chambered lizard’

🦖  Camptosaurus

Pronunciation: KAMP-toe-sore-us

🦖  Ceratosaurus

Keh-RAT-oh-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘horned lizard’

🦖  Chaoyangsaurus

Pronunciation: chow-yahng-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘Chaoyang lizard’

🦖  Compsognathus

Pronunciation: Komp-sog-NATH-us

Name meaning: ‘pretty jaw’

🦖  Dilophosaurus

Pronunciation: die-LOAF-oh-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘two-ridged lizard’

🦖  Diplodocus

Pronunciation: DIP-low DOCK-us

Name meaning: ‘double beam’

🦖  Dryosaurus

Pronunciation: dry-oh-SORE-us

Name meaning: ‘oak lizard’

🦖  Elaphrosaurus

Pronunciation: el-a-fro-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘fleet lizard’

🦖  Gargoyleosaurus

Pronunciation: gahr-goy-lee-oh-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘gargoyle lizard’

🦖  Giraffatitan

Pronunciation: ji-raf-a-tie-tan

Name meaning: ‘giraffe titan’

🦖  Heterodontosaurus

Pronunciation: HET-er-oh-DON’T-oh-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘different-teeth lizard’

🦖  Kentrosaurus

Pronunciation: ken-TROH-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘spiky lizard’

🦖  Lesothosaurus

Pronunciation: Le-SO-toe-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘Lesotho lizard’

🦖  Lophostropheus

Pronunciation: lof-oh-stro-fee-us

Name meaning: ‘crested verebra’

🦖  Lufengosaurus

Pronunciation: Loo-FUNG-oh-SORE-us

Name meaning: ‘Lufeng lizard’

🦖  Marshosaurus

Pronunciation: marsh-oh-sore-us

Name meaning: ‘[Othniel Charles] Marsh lizard’

🦖  Ornitholestes

Pronunciation: Or-nith-oh-LES-teez

Name meaning: ‘bird robber’

 

Well done Ranger!

Once you have completed 3 of the 6 challenges here you can award yourself the Jurassic Fact Badge!

Don’t forget to share your pictures and achievements with us!

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