Hop on The Magic School Bus for a dinosaur adventure! Play six exciting games, master hundreds of dinosaur facts and explore when dinosaurs roamed the Earth! Practice life science skills to learn about prehistoric creatures, including their size, skeletons, survival strategies and more!
Join Ms. Frizzle on The Magic School Bus for a prehistoric field trip to explore the world of dinosaurs. Play six games and become a dinosaur expert!
- Explore three different time periods and find the dinosaurs from each on the interactive map!
- Study and assemble dinosaur fossils like a paleontologist!
- Run, fly and battle as 16 different prehistoric creatures to discover their unique survival skills!
- As you go, capture your adventure and discoveries in your dinosaur journal.
Based on the best-selling book series from Scholastic, The Magic School Bus introduces science in a fun, engaging way that encourages kids to take chances, make mistakes and get messy! Field trips are led by the iconic teacher, Ms. Frizzle, whom The Washington Post writes, "is famous for the amazing field trips she takes her students on–a fantastic demonstration of experiential learning…" The Huffington Post also recently named Ms. Frizzle as one of the ‘Top 10 Fictional Teachers’.
"Building on children’s passions for dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures, this game presents opportunities to explore fundamental concepts in paleontology. Through engaging activities, The Magic School Bus: Dinosaurs brings together science inquiry skills such as sorting and classifying, observing, and reasoning, skills that can transfer to future science learning." - Elizabeth B., LeapFrog Learning Expert
Explorer™ Game Cartridge: The Magic School Bus®: Dinosaurs
Basic facts about common dinosaurs, such as what they eat, where they lived and their physical characteristics.
Children learn to identify living vs. inanimate things, the cycle of life (such as adults versus children), and consider the environmental and physical needs of life.
Children learn to make scientific observations within the domains of life science, physical science, and earth science.
Logic and reasoning skills
Logic and reasoning skills begin to develop at an early age and are used to solve problems and draw conclusions.
Sorting and classifying
Sorting and classifying objects based on size, function, or weight involves logical reasoning skills essential for learning.
5.37 x 6.37 x .7 inches