Having been learning about dinosaurs in the classroom, the children went of to the woods to hunt for dinosaur bones and dinosaur eggs.
The children, having been split into three groups, the children began digging in the mud to find the bones, getting stuck in with their hands and some using small spades and rakes. And it didn't take long for the young archaeologists to find the bones. Some bones fitting into their hands while others needed two hands to pick up.
Once the bones had been collected, the next task was to explore the woodland looking for nests where the dinosaurs had laid their eggs. The children found four nests, hidden in bushes and at the base of the trees. They then had to use stones to crack open the eggs, discovering what dinosaur was inside. The look on the children's faces was amazing when they actually found something inside.
The mornings session was enjoyed by all the children and it was obvious that the children knew lots about dinosaurs and how they lived. Take a look at the pictures.