We can’t get enough of dinosaurs. Despite becoming extinct millions of years ago, they’re still very much a part of our lives. Whether it’s blockbuster films, paleontological digs, action figures, or even pajamas, we are dino-obsessed! We’ve put together this list of the best dinosaur videos for kids to share with students in your classroom. They’ll be roaring for more!
Learn Dinosaurs for Kids
This 45-minute cartoon about dinosaurs is perfect for teaching little kids about different species and the sounds they made. They’ll enjoy guessing games, puzzles, and more as they learn with Club Baboo!
Dinosaurs for Kids
This video looks at the unique history of dinosaurs and discusses various types of dinosaurs, how they were named, famous fossils, and the field of paleontology.
Dinosaur Facts for Kids
Kids will learn cool facts about dinosaurs with this engaging resource that discusses the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods, what we’ve learned by studying their fossils, the types of foods they ate, and more. This video also works with three free worksheets: Dinosaurs, Fossils, and Extinct and Endangered Animals.
Tyrannosaurus Rex Facts for Kids
If you’ve heard about dinosaurs, you’ve probably heard of the Tyrannosaurus Rex—but how much do you really know about the King of the Dinosaurs? This video reveals facts that may surprise you!
Learning Dinosaurs With Blippi at T-Rex Ranch!
With the T-Rex Ranch Rangers as his guides, photographer Blippi embarks on a dino-tastic adventure at T-Rex Ranch. Follow along as he captures each memorable moment.
Blippi Explores the Dinosaur Natural History Museum
While exploring natural history and science at the Natural History Museum in Santa Barbara, California, Blippi learns all about different dinosaurs.
The Toughest of All Dinosaurs: The Triceratops
If a triceratops and a T-Rex go head-to-head, who would win the fearsome duel? The answer might surprise you! This video shares some incredible facts about the triceratops from its nail-like skin to its fearsome tusks.
Dinosaurs 101 | National Geographic
Did you know that more than a thousand dinosaur species once roamed the Earth? This National Geographic video looks at which dinosaurs were the largest and the smallest, what they ate, and how they behaved, as well as some facts you might not know about their extinction.
10 Surprising Facts About Dinosaurs You Didn’t Know!
This fascinating video looks at some interesting facts about dinosaurs that you’ve probably never heard before, from cannibalistic dinosaurs to ones with tails that delivered sonic booms!
10 Biggest Sea Dinosaurs That Ever Existed on Earth
Most of us are familiar with land-roaming dinosaurs, but what about the ones that lived in the sea? This video showcases some of the biggest water-dwelling dinosaurs, including the remarkable Pliosaurus.
Recent Discoveries About Dinosaurs Shocked Scientists. What Did They Find?
In early 2022, a massive “sea dragon,” otherwise known as the ichthyosaurus, was found in Great Britain! This discovery is one of the most complete skeletons of ichthyosaurus in the history of paleontology.
11 Theories About Dinosaurs That Were Unknown
There are some mind-blowing theories about dinosaurs that are actively being explored. Did you know that some dinosaurs were the size of chickens? Or that some even had fur? Most importantly, did you know that some argue that dinosaurs aren’t really extinct? This video explores these questions and more!
See Dinosaur Footprints That Were Revealed by Texas Drought
A 2022 drought in the Southwest revealed something truly spectacular: dinosaur tracks in Texas. The unexpected discovery included triangle-shaped footprints left by an Acrocanthosaurus millions of years ago!
10 Craziest Recent Discoveries About Dinosaurs!
From the discovery of what may have been the biggest creature to ever roam the Earth to an insane dinosaur massacre, this video shares ten of the craziest recent revelations about dinosaurs!
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