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August 2013

They're flying reptiles ... (not dinosaurs!)

Posted by Grace Todd on 23 August 2013

Our penultimate family activity has gone down really well, with grown ups and children really getting into this simple activity. Hundreds of visitors have been very creative with pipecleaners, cards and pegs as these photos show. And even more satisfying is that everyone has gone home with the clear learning message that while pterosaurs were alive at the same time as dinosaurs they were a different species entirely!

For even more photos of all our family activities visit our flickr page

http://www.flickr.com/photos/88072847@N05/

Next week is the activity I'm most looking forward to, designing our own pop art inspired record sleeves. My only fear is that some visitors might not know what a record is so I'll be bringing in a record player and some of my records!

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