Every year the second grade students enjoy Dinoman’s presentation. He wows them with examples and unbelievable facts. He also takes them inside of an inflatable dinosaur to discuss the insides and vital organs of a dinosaur.
Interview with Dinoman
We were curious to know what the students thought of dinoman so we asked three questions, the first question was, what is the most interesting fact you learned from Dinoman’s visit? We had varied answers on this question for example, tree sap can become a fossil was said twice, dinosaurs swallowed rocks was said once, when dinoman is digging he wraps up the bones in a special paper was also said one time, the triceratops horn has blood vessels going through it was said once, how animals and plants become fossils was said twice.
The second question was what is your favorite dinosaur and why? The answers we got for this question were mostly the same, T-Rex because it is really tall and good at catching food, Brachiosaurus because of it’s long neck, Diplodocus because it eats vegetables, Triceratops because it has three horns.
The third question was, do you like dinosaurs more or less after talking with Dinoman, why or why not? The answers were all the same in the main part but for different reasons. They said more, because they got to go inside the dinosaur, because they learned more from them, because its exciting and you can learn more and more about dinosaurs and how they lived, because its really cool how you learn about them, because Dinoman told them many cool facts about dinosaurs.
Dinoman’s visit is a favorite among the second graders; they love dinosaurs!
Reported by: Sierra, Ford, and Aiden