Evolution of Dinosaur Teeth Kit (Teacher-Developed, Classroom-Tested)
Educational Classroom Kits and Activities
What made it easy for carnivores to tear and chew meat and for herbivores to munch vegetation? Their teeth.
With this lesson, students compare the teeth of plant and meat-eating dinosaurs and determine how they differ, how they evolved, and how they were used. The life-size replica teeth are from the Tyrannosaurus, Allosaurus, Camarasaurus and Camptosaurus. Developed by Lynn Hesse.
Includes five sturdy replicas and a teacher’s guide with student worksheets and background information.