COMPLETE YOUR JURASSIC SCIENCE BADGE HERE…
Complete 3 of the following 6 challenges here to earn your Jurassic Ranger Science 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can access the challenges below or on PDF here –
Jurassic Dino Science Challenge number 1
Pick a Jurassic Dinosaur and show how long or tall they were, using todays worlds items, animals or in a picture.
So you might draw a Brachiosaurus dinosaur and then show how tall it was with pictures or cars on top of one another or even houses.
Jurassic Dino Science Challenge number 2
Find out how we know what some dinosaurs ate and explain this to a family member.
Jurassic Dino Science Challenge number 3
Discover a new Jurassic dinosaur that you didn’t know about before and write down 3 facts about it. Then share these facts with a family member.
Jurassic Dino Science Challenge number 4
Set up a dino dig and dig up a dino. You can either bury a toy dinosaur or get an adult to bury one in sand, soil or even a flour mixture that sets or even Jelly that sets for extra tactile and digging fun. See suggestion resource sheet here.
Jurassic Dino Science Challenge number 5
The Allosaurus Dinosaur, known as the “other lizard”, was the most common large predator of the period. Around 12 metres long, it is known to have preyed on big sauropods as well as smaller animals.
Draw a poster / picture of an Allosaurus attacking a Sauropod.
Note; it would have inflicted wounds and then backed away and waited for its victim to succumb.
Jurassic Dino Science Challenge number 6
Diplodocus eggs were 25 cm’s across.
Create a life-size copy of a Diplodocus egg out of cardboard. Picture Template available here
Well done Ranger!
Once you have completed 3 of the 6 challenges here you can award yourself the Jurassic Science Badge!
Don’t forget to share your pictures and achievements with us!
Badge tracker sheet