1. Print the die from here by clicking on "view original" in the example window. Or, if you can't print, have your child circle one of the dinosaurs with a tool, then have them do the movement associated with that dinosaur. (If you choose this option, of course you skip steps 2 and 3). 2. Cut it out, fold it and glue the tabs to make a cube. 3. Have your child toss the cube and perform the action that shows on the top of the die. Try them all! 4. Click on the button. 5. Take a picture with the tool. 6. Click the to add to your journal. Simplify: * If your child doesn't understand the verbs on the die (or does nothing when instructed), try modeling the action for them and try again. * If your child doesn't have the balance or control for some of the actions, substitute easier ones like, "Clap like a T-Rex" or "Smile like a Velociraptor." * You throw the die and let them retrieve it however they can (crawling, scooting, etc.) Or switch and let them throw and you bring it back. Have Fun! Extend: * Try printing and making two dice. Have them throw both and do two actions at once. Silly and fun! * Have your child teach the actions to and take turns with a sibling. * Have your child cut out and glue the die. Core Standards: * Standard PE 3 yr.1.1: Participate in activities that develop control and balance during movement that moves the child from one place to another (for example, walk forward in a straight line, hop, run and stop, change direction, and jump over low objects). * Standard PE 4 yr.1.4: Demonstrate wrist, hand, and finger control (for example, screw on and off lids, button, zip, push an object, use scissors, create art). * Standard SS 3 yr.5.1: With prompting and support, interact cooperatively with others by sharing, turn-taking, resolving conflicts, and recognizing others’ needs.