Dinosaur, Dinosaur Behind the Door

Based on the classic flannel board rhyme, “Little Mouse, Little Mouse,” this adapted rhyme offers your dinosaur-fan a chance to find their favorite dinosaur while practicing colors and sharpening their memory skills. No flannel board? No problem! Here’s what you’ll need to recreate this activity at home.

Supplies needed:
5-10 colors of paper
Cardboard or poster board
Glue stick
Scissors
Tape or poster tack
Dinosaur coloring sheet or drawing
Marker(s)

Cut out medium-sized rectangles from colored paper, construction paper or draw on white paper and have your littles color the doors with markers or crayons. Make a 1/4 inch crease on the left side of each door to guide where to glue and make it a little easier to open the doors once they’re glued to the cardboard or poster board. I recommend making at least 5 color options to make it more challenging to find.

I decided to print a dinosaur coloring sheet and let the kids color it and I cut them out but you can always draw your own! I used poster tack on the back of the dinos so they could easily be moved behind a new door each time we do the rhyme. If you don’t have tack, you can use tape.

Reuse the board of colored doors for other favorite animals or objects by reciting “(Favorite animal), (Favorite animal), I want to play some more! Are you behind the (color) door?”

Published by Love, Learn & Librarian

Librarian turned Homeschool Mombrarian. I enjoy sharing creative learning activities, picture books and crafts for little learners. I write and create original flannel board stories, songs and felt sets for toddlers and preschoolers.

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