Location: 5 Popular Fossil Sites

Location: Main Photo Credit: Geeksyndicate.co.uk

  Location, location, location:  Where do I go to find fossils? We’ve put together this handy guide to help you choose a location.   We can’t promise you’ll find a dragon the size of a London bus of course!   But we do have a whole collection of blogs to tell you what to take etc […]

Jurassic Walks and other Fossil Adventures

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A family joke in our friend’s house is, ‘see, I told you I wouldn’t like that walk’!!  Sounds familiar?  We have some hot prompts for you on turning walks into adventures that leave them clamouring for more.  Get your boots on, let’s go…  (Unless you want to stay indoors and go shopping that is…) Jurassic […]

Fossil hunting: 8 things you need

fossil hunting with the kids

So you’ve decided to take the kids fossil hunting this weekend? It’s free and fun – you’re gonna have a great time. Here’s everything you’ll need in your fossil hunting starter kit: 1. A sharp eye If you’re a parent, we know you’ve got this in your armour – and this is the most important […]

Kids Activities for Cheap, Fun Holidays

20 activities boys on beach

Kids Activities – lets get started: We write about fossils, family learning, kids activities and fun, and are a resource for parents of dinosaur and fossil fans.   Here you can pick up a few ideas and also learn a little bit about each of our family activities blogs and click on those where you’d […]

Dinosaur Party Food – How I Can Make it?

Fossil Party Bags Dinosaur Party Food

Dinosaur Party Food?   If you are reading this, we reckon you are after inspiration or encouragement as junior has asked for a Dinosaur Party – complete with dinosaur party food!!!  We reckon the demand could be high this year what with the release of a certain film!  So here are a few ideas – […]

Pterosaur Eggs – What do we know?

Pterosaur Eggs – what do we know? Zhejiang Museum of Natural History, China, purchased a unique fossil, found by a local farmer of a Pterosaur lying next to a fossil egg.  It is assumed that the pterosaur laid the egg. Subsequent research suggests that pterosaurs behaved more like reptiles than birds when it comes to […]

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