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  • (lively music)

  • (Caitie roaring)

  • - Hey everyone.

  • Let's pretend to be dinosaurs together.

  • Can you make yourself really tall like a big dinosaur?

  • How about some dinosaur claws on your fingers

  • and your feet

  • and big dinosaur teeth?

  • Let's hear a big dinosaur roar.

  • Nice job.

  • How about some big dinosaur stomps.

  • Stomp.

  • Stomp.

  • Stomp.

  • Stomp.

  • (Caitie roaring)

  • It's fun to pretend to be a dinosaur.

  • Let's take a closer look at some dinosaurs

  • in the window.

  • Look at this.

  • This dinosaur has big plates all along its back.

  • It's called a stegosaurus.

  • Yeah, it's a pretty cool looking dinosaur, isn't it?

  • Hey.

  • If dinosaurs aren't around anymore,

  • how do we know what dinosaurs look like?

  • That's an interesting question.

  • Oh, we can guess what dinosaurs looked like

  • by looking at the fossils dinosaurs left behind.

  • Fossils are things left over

  • from long ago that have made an imprint

  • in rocks or dirt in the ground

  • and have stayed there like a stamp

  • for millions of years

  • and we can see them now.

  • We usually find them in rocks or in the ground

  • and they can look like this.

  • Look at that.

  • These are some dinosaur bones that are fossils.

  • They've been put together to guess

  • what a dinosaur looks like.

  • We can see this dinosaur

  • has those plates going along the back

  • like the stegosaurus.

  • Really neat.

  • Let's take a look at another fossil.

  • Oh.

  • What do we notice with this fossil?

  • I see a long neck

  • and long legs.

  • So, scientists can guess

  • that this dinosaur might have looked like this.

  • Look at that.

  • Then they can name the dinosaur.

  • This dinosaur is named a brontosaurus.

  • They have long necks and long legs.

  • Let's pretend to move like a brontosaurus all together.

  • We have to stretch our neck

  • as tall as it'll go.

  • Whoa, that's as tall as my neck'll go.

  • And big, long legs.

  • Now let's walk like a brontosaurus.

  • Ready?

  • Stomp.

  • Stomp.

  • Stomp.

  • Stomp.

  • (Caitie roaring)

  • Nice job.

  • It's fun pretending to be a brontosaurus

  • with a long neck.

  • Let's take a look at another fossil.

  • Oh.

  • What do you see in this fossil?

  • This one has horns on its head.

  • It has a pretty big head, doesn't it?

  • I see one horn through the forehead

  • and one on the nose.

  • So, it might look like this.

  • This dinosaur is called a triceratops.

  • Look at those horns.

  • Let's pretend to be a triceratops together.

  • We need one horn over here,

  • one horn over here

  • and pretend to have a big horn on our nose.

  • Ready?

  • Let's go.

  • Charge.

  • Bong.

  • Triceratops.

  • Let's try again.

  • Get your horns ready.

  • Here we go.

  • Charge.

  • Triceratops.

  • Nice job, everyone.

  • Let's take a look at another fossil.

  • This one's really interesting.

  • What do you notice about this fossil?

  • I don't see any legs really.

  • Maybe one there in the back.

  • And those long things coming out from its body.

  • Now scientists can look at this

  • and they guess it looks like this.

  • It's wings.

  • This is a pterodactyl.

  • Let's pretend to be a pterodactyl together.

  • They have those big wings, one on this side,

  • one on this side,

  • let's flap our wings like a big pterodactyl.

  • Here we go.

  • Whoosh.

  • Whoosh.

  • Whoosh.

  • Whoosh.

  • Whoosh.

  • Flying high over all the other dinosaurs.

  • Pterodactyls have those big wings.

  • Nice.

  • Let's take a look at one more fossil.

  • Look at this one.

  • What do you see in this fossil?

  • I see some sharp teeth,

  • some sharp claws

  • and they're up on two legs.

  • Do you know what dinosaur this is?

  • Well, it looks like this.

  • And scientists call this dinosaur a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

  • Let's pretend to be a Tyrannosaurus Rex together.

  • Get out your sharp claws,

  • your Tyrannosaurus Rex teeth

  • and your Tyrannosaurus Rex feet.

  • Let's do some big stomps, ready?

  • Stomp.

  • Stomp.

  • Stomp.

  • Stomp.

  • And a big Tyrannosaurus Rex roar.

  • (Caitie roaring)

  • Nice job, everyone.

  • Here's a Tyrannosaurus Rex right here.

  • Stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp.

  • (Caitie roaring)

  • That was a lot of fun.

  • We'll see you soon, everyone.

  • (Caitie roaring)

  • That's bye in dinosaur.

  • Hey everybody, it's Caitie.

  • Thanks for joining us today.

  • I'd love it if you would subscribe

  • to our Caitie's Classroom channel

  • and I'll see you soon.

  • - [Kid] Whoa.

(lively music)

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    Pedroli Li に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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