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Dinosaur party!

May 5, 2012

Introducing Young Indi, he is the character for a special excavation party. The children pretend they are paleontologists and apply a few techniques to excavate bones from chalk, watch the eruption of a volcano and learn the different names for dinosaurs.

If you follow the foot prints and uncover some of the clues in the will learn as you win prizes!

I love how the children imagination can create any paper-made cave into a wow experience. When they discover a new fossil…

I love the colorful dinosaurs on the cup cakes.

If the weather is good enough then a dino dig outdoors in the sandbox is a great idea. Depending on the number and age of the party guests and the size of your sandbox you may want to stage this activity so a few children at a time get to dig.

If the weather isn’t good enough to be outside we can  stage an indoor dino dig. If you’ve got the space and are happy to clear up then you could risk in indoor dino dig with sand or a chalk cast.

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Preparing a Dinomyte/excavation Party

February 1, 2011

I woke up this morning ready to think dinosaur! Grrrrrrrrr….

I often find myself listening to related music to get inspired to write or sometimes customize our party scripts. Just 3 days ago, I was listening to Old Mc Donald had a farm……for a farm party for Cowgirl Sue, Yeeeehahhh!!!.

This is different though. Way more serious. A dinosaur party for a young paleontologist.  His mom just sent me a picture of the space we will be decorating this Saturday and in one of the pics a close up of  him, our young paleontologist/Bday boy. “He is going to have so much fun,”  I thought.

I was all in the mood, sometimes watching and sometimes just listening to the audio of “Walking with Dinosaurs”, super cool!  I can only wish young Indi could arrive to our Dynomite party this Saturday with one of these …..

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Never the less, we will have dinosaurs. The guests will become dinosaurs themselves at our Dynomite Excavation party. You see, Young Indi, an adventurer by nature, must send all his findings to the museum. Just to prove that dinosaurs did exist in Florida during the Triassic Period.

Ahhhhhh but  one of these creatures in a backyard….Priceless!

“Nancy… We must get one of these!”