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It all started with THIS….
Dino egg with baby dinosaur

 ….a small dinosaur egg that my son “bought” with about 50 tickets he won playing skee-ball and a ball drop game at a local indoor play place.  He loves this thing.  I knew I had to run with it, so I made some dinosaur eggs with (Toobi) dinosaurs inside.  Here is the recipe I used:

  • 1 1/2 C dirt
  • 1 1/2 C sand
  • 1 C flour
  • 3/4 C salt
  • add water until a dough forms
  • form eggs around dinosaurs 
  • let dry for a few days (mine dried for 3 days….and could have used another day of drying)

THE INVITATION

storage container, cloud dough, rocks, sticks, container of water for a “pond”, pine straw nest, dino eggs, scooper, magnifying glass, paint brush, pick, hammer
Using the hammer and pick to open the eggs
washing off the dinosaur – and his hands – LOL
He said the dinosaurs needed to stay in the nest until all of their brothers and sisters hatched.  LOL
Using the brush
Perfect timing!  I ordered my son a dinosaur egg on Thursday night.  I intended on putting it in his Easter basket, but it arrived today and since we were on a dinosaur egg roll, I let him have it. 
We had such a fun day!  
opening the egg that came in the mail
checking out the dinosaur bones
- AK (MESE, MECD)

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13 Responses to Dinosaur Discovery

  1. Cat says:

    Thinking of starting a Play at Home Mom Meetup in the Pittsburgh area…would love to know the resource for the dino egg with the bones you ordered…TOTALLY going to make the other eggs for easter!

  2. MommaSachs says:

    I made the same thing last week for St. Patrick’s day. I put plastic gold coins and shamrocks in them. Our little leprechaun has been leaving out Lucky Rocks since the beginning of the month.

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