the Teacher's Guide. These materials have been designed to provide an
educational and enjoyable experience for your students. Please
email us and let us know how
you use these materials and whether we should provide similar materials
on the website for future exhibits. What was most useful? What was least
for your Museum visit
you haven't already done so, please see Planning
Your Visit for general visitation information, and Ticketing
Information for rates and procedures for bringing your class.
for chaperones, 1 for every 10 students. Review Rules
for Visiting Groups with students and chaperones.
enough copies of each Activity Sheet you plan to use for your class.
You may wish to work in cooperative groups with one worksheet for every
entering the Museum, divide class into cooperative groups. Assign a
chaperone to each group. Ask chaperones to act as recorders for younger
a pencil and clipboard to record information.
Carolina Content Standards
Completion of the activities in this guide will satisfy portions of the
following North Carolina Science Content Standards:
of Living Organisms
Growth and Adaptation
of Plants and Animals
and exhibits teach basic process skills such as observing, classifying
and communicating, and help students develop a positive attitude toward
science and the need for conservation.
Resources and Links
All of the
grade-level components have been included allowing you to choose what
is most appropriate for your students. References to North Carolina Science
Content Standards are included where appropriate. If you should have questions
related to this exhibit please contact Zoe
Sanhoff, Project Manager at (919) 733-7450 ext. 380
The Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park: The Lost World was produced by Dinosaur
Exhibitions, LLC, under the direction of "Dino" Don Lessem, and in partnership
with Universal Studios and Amblin Entertainment. The exhibition was designed
by Museum Design Associates. Jurassic Park and Lost World are trademarks
of Universal City Studios and Amblin Entertainment.
Guide materials developed by San Diego Natural History Museum and used
by permission. Some activities adapted or developed by the North Carolina
Museum of Natural Sciences.