Anchiceratops… Chasmosaurus… Pentacertatops… Triceratops
What do these four dinosaurs have in common?
H O R N S
And H is for horns y’all!
Teach your Lil’ about the letter H as they put the horns on their dinosaur!
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Lil’ Explorers Focus Skills

Reading

  • Can identify all capital letters and some sounds (H)

Visual Arts

  • Use a variety of visual art materials (paint, markers, crayons, clay) with minimal adult assistance
  • Use visual arts to represent people, places, and things, using spatial awareness to coordinate the features of the representation

Required Materials

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H is for Horns Template

*Scissors

*Markers

*Construction Paper

*Glue

*White Paper

Step #1
Print and cut out the H is for horns template.
We printed our dinosaur on orange construction paper and our H (horns) on white construction paper.
Step #2
Glue the dinosaur head on a piece of white paper.
Step #3
 Glue the two long horns on the dinosaur’s head near the top.
Step #4
Use the small rectangular piece to connect the two horns and form an H.
Step #5
Glue the eyes just above the beak shaped mouth and color in the pupil or the inner circle of the eye.
Step #6

Label the paper H is for horns.

Teacher Tip

If I were to do this project again I would do the H in another color because I feel like the white is not bold enough to really accentuate the letter H.

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What did you think of this activity? I had a vision of this in my head as soon as I decided we would be doing H is for Horns and I’m quite pleased with how it came out in the end. If you like this activity please share on Pinterest and other social media!