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Dinosaur Train | Classification

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Mr. Conductor teaches Buddy and Tiny about the different ways to classify dinosaurs. For example, in addition to their names, they can be classified according to whether they are herbivores, carnivores, or omnivores.

Dinosaur Train | Ceratopsians

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the paleontologist discusses the characteristics of ceratopsian dinosaurs -- plant-eating dinosaurs who shared features such as horns, a frill on the back of their head, and a turtle-like beak.

Dinosaur Train | A Long Journey

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, a turtle and a ptilodus -- a small mammal -- ride a natural raft made of logs to the shores of Pteranodon Terrace after an earthquake. Then, Tommy Ptilodus tells Buddy, Tiny, Shiny, and Don the story of how they traveled across the ocean on a raft.

Dinosaur Train | Have a Brachiosaurus Picnic

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These two Dinosaur Train clips will teach students about herbivorous and carnivorous dinosaur diets, and how those diets affect their waste.

Dinosaur Train | Make a Dragonfly

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This Dinosaur Train "Make a Dragonfly" resource group includes two videos, a lesson plan, and an image exploring the topic of insect anatomy. Students first watch the "Dragonfly" video to learn about the dragonfly's anatomy and how it has helped them to survive over time. They then watch the "Don's Dragonfly" video which illustrates the 3-part body of a dragonfly. Lastly, students build a dragonfly while learning about its origins.

Dinosaur Train | Footprints

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses fossilized dinosaur footprints. These fossils have been found on every continent and show that dinosaurs stood upright with their feet close together and held their tails up as they walked.

Dinosaur Discoveries: Archaeopteryx

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the paleontologist discusses the Archaeopteryx: one of the first ever birds. This resource teaches students that birds evolved from dinosaurs, and that the Archaeopteryx had features of both dinosaurs and birds.

Dinosaur Train | Spooky Scavenger Hunt

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Mr. Conductor explains what it is like to be nocturnal to the Pteranodon family and their friend Ned. This resource teaches students that nocturnal animals must use all of their senses to live at night.

Dinosaur Train | The T. Rex of the Ocean

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, the Pteranodon family takes the Dinosaur Train under the sea to visit a marine reptile called Paulie Pliosaurus, a creature known as the T. rex of the ocean because both were giant carnivores.

Dinosaur Train | A Plant that Eats Bugs!

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The Pteranodon family goes on a search for a plant that eats bugs as part of a scavenger hunt. They find the Drosera plant and learn that it has a tube-like structure as a stomach and attracts bugs because of its nectar.

Dinosaur Train | Fast Dinosaurs

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This Dinosaur Train clip features the Ornithomimus, one of the fastest dinosaurs ever. This clip shows their ability to run at great speeds.

Dinosaur Train | Lesothosaurus Camouflage

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Buddy and Tiny learn about camouflage and how their friend Leslie the Lesothosaurus -- whose skin blends in with rocks -- uses it to hide.

Dinosaur Train | Hootin' Hadrosaurs!

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In this Dinosaur Train episode, Buddy, Tiny, Shiny, and Don play music with their Hadrosaur -- dinosaurs with crests on their head s-- friends. Shiny learns to be less bossy.

Dinosaur Train | One Small Dinosaur

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In this Dinosaur Train episode, Mrs. Pteranodon, Buddy, and Tiny visit Mikey Microraptor -- one of the smallest ever dinosaur species -- and his mom. Tiny is annoyed that Mikey is smaller than she is and isn't very nice to him, while Mikey looks up to her.

Dinosaur Train | Perry Parasaurolophus' Crest

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Perry the Parasaurolophus, a hadrosaur, explains that crests of different lengths make different sounds.

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