All about dinosaurs, fossils and prehistoric animals by Everything Dinosaur team members.
19 03, 2014

Thank you letter from a School

By | March 19th, 2014|Educational Activities, Teaching|0 Comments

Primary School Children Write Thank you Letters to Everything Dinosaur

After a busy few weeks with Everything Dinosaur team members carrying out a lot of dinosaur workshops in schools, team members are busy preparing free downloads for the company’s new “dinosaurs for school” website.  As well as all this teaching activity we have also been keeping up with the huge volume of correspondence that we receive.  Amongst all the drawings, pictures, feedback forms, information requests and such like we get letters from school children who have been involved with our dinosaur teaching in schools.  One such letter was sent from Holly from Yorkshire, we were so impressed that we thought we would post Holly’s excellent letter on our blog site.

Holly Says Thank You to Everything Dinosaur

School children thank Everything Dinosau

School children thank Everything Dinosaur

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur/Holly

Naturally, our team members respond to all those letters, enquiries and contacts that require a reply.

We wrote to Holly saying:

“We are glad that you like dinosaurs and we were very impressed with your writing skills, your letter was very well laid out, the first word that you wrote started with a capital letter and you remembered to use full stops.  You also remembered to put your name on the letter at the bottom, well done Holly!”

We look forward to working with Holly and her classmates in the future and undertaking more dinosaur teaching in schools.

19 03, 2014

Thank You Letter (Primary School)

By | March 19th, 2014|Key Stage 1/2|Comments Off on Thank You Letter (Primary School)

Holly Says Thank You

With a busy few weeks behind us and even more dinosaur and fossil themed workshops planned for April, Everything Dinosaur’s team members are taking a welcome break in which to catch up with all their “dinosaurs for schools” correspondence.  With all the teaching work that we do it is inevitable that we get lots of letters, posters and drawings sent into our offices.  Often these items are part of extension activities designed to reinforce learning and demonstrate appropriate vocabulary.

Here is a letter from Holly (Key Stage 1) who, along with the rest of her class had written in to Everything Dinosaur to say thank you for our visit and to say how much she enjoyed working with us.

A Thank You Letter from Holly

Thank you note (creative writing exercise).

Thank you note (creative writing exercise).

Picture Credit: Holly (Key Stage 1)

Glad we were able to help out Holly, have fun learning all about dinosaurs, fossils and other prehistoric animals with your classmates.


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