Maisy Designs a Dinosaur – Maisyosaurus
Our thanks to young Maisy and her classmates for sending lots of beautiful dinosaur drawings to our offices. We had challenged the children (Year 2), to have a go at designing their very own prehistoric animals during a dinosaur workshop at their school. We received an amazing array of very colourful drawings, with lots of lovely labelling and some fascinating explanations from the children as to why their dinosaur was so special.
Maisy Has Designed a Maisyosaurus
Picture Credit: Maisy/Everything Dinosaur
Maisy labelled the various body parts of her dinosaur, explaining that it was an omnivore and that it had five toes to help it cut through things. Certainly, having four fingers and a thumb makes using scissors very straight forward, I’m sure the dinosaur would have appreciated the comment. Maisyosaurus also had spikes on its back, as Maisy explained, the spikes helped this dinosaur shake off a bug should one alight on it. Perhaps it could it have shaken its big, bushy yellow tail in order to scare off flies and other insects.
Our thanks again to Maisy and the other Key Stage 1 pupils at her school for sending in the super dinosaur designs.