School ProgramsDiscovering Dinosaurs

Explore the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology’s world-famous Dinosaur Hall! This tour introduces young participants to the science of palaeontology and to different dinosaurs that lived in ancient Alberta. Each stop explores a different curriculum concept like carnivores and herbivores, predators and prey, or plants and the ancient environment. After the tour there will be lots of time for questions with our dinosaur experts!

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Kindergarten - 3

Class Size

Maximum 35 students




45 minutes

Teacher Resource Guides

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Teacher Guide
Activity Guide

Curriculum Connections

Kindergarten Environment and Community Awareness
Grade 1 Science Seasonal Changes; Needs of Animals and Plants
Grade 2 Science Small Crawling and Flying Animals
Grade 3 Science Animal Life Cycles
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