Dinosaur George has performed live to over 4 million students across the country. And now you can see him live, anywhere in the world!
· Lessons are live, not prerecorded.
· Lessons are done thru ZOOM
· Each lesson lasts 45 minutes (30 minutes of lesson time and 15 minutes of Q&A)
· Up to 500 different computers/devices can log in for each lesson. No limit on students per device.
· We can speak to any age range, from Pre-K to adult groups.
· We can work with mixed aged audience. But for elementary school groups we recommend having Pre-K thru 2nd in one session and 3rd thru 5th/6thin a different session. If your budget allows, it is better to separate them into these two age groups because George can target the information better, but again, we can easily speak to a varied aged audience.
· You can schedule your lesson for any date and time zone.
· We offer over a dozen different lesson topics. The most popular is “What is a Dinosaur”.
· Once we have scheduled your lesson(s), we will send you an invoice. Your organization can pay by check, credit card or PayPal. Whichever works best for you.
· We do not require a deposit or prepayment and there is no penalty to cancel or change your lesson date(s).
· For security, we can make any teacher, coordinator, or administrator a co-host to help us monitor and address the participants.
The cost per single lesson is $200.00.
Two lessons - $180.00 per lesson
Three Lessons - $170.00 per lesson
Four Lessons – $160.00 per lesson
Five or More Lessons- $150.00 per lesson
Choose from the following subjects:
What is a dinosaur?(Most popular lesson for all ages)
Dinosaurs are some of the most fascinating animals that ever lived. But how can you tell what is, and what is not, a dinosaur? Become a Dinosaur Expert” with Dinosaur George as he explains everything you wanted to know about Dinosaurs!
Prehistoric Mammals (2ndmost popular lesson for all ages)
At the end of the age of dinosaurs, mammals rose to take over the world. Giant elephants, sabertoothed cats, huge bears and monster dogs are just some of the things you’ll learn about the mammals that lived in the past. You will see some amazing fossils during this lesson, so join Dinosaur George and learn about the world of Prehistoric Mammals.
Life Before the Dinosaurs
What was the world like before there were dinosaurs? There was a vast array of reptiles and amphibians, ranging in size from a salamander to an elephant! You will be amazed at the strange and unusual creatures that once called Earth, home!
Ancient Sea Creatures
We all love dinosaurs, but did you know that the oceans were filled with strange and unusual creatures? From the deadly sea-scorpion, to gentle giant fish, to the largest shark that ever lived, Dinosaur George will teach new facts and introduce you to some amazing sea monsters. You will never look at your goldfish the same way again!
Dragons, Legends, and Myths
Are dragons real? Where did they come from? Join Dinosaur George as he explains how fossils may have led to the idea of dragons, legends, and myths. What was the Cyclops? Is Bigfoot real? How did these legends start? Be a member of this virtual lesson and you will learn the secrets to what these creatures were. And we will talk about the folklore of dragons and humans that lived together!
Raptors - the wolves of the Cretaceous
Of all the dinosaurs that ever lived, Raptors were the most dangerous. Some were as small as a house cat, and some were longer than a truck. But they all shared the same deadly weapons. You will be a Raptor expert when you join Dinosaur George as he explains new discoveries and amazing facts.
It is called “The King of the Dinosaurs”, but why? Dinosaur George will explain everything you ever wanted to know about Tyrannosaurus rex, including how it got its name, what it ate, how it hunted and much more. You will learn some fascinating new details that you never knew about T-rex.
Flying reptiles have been around from the earliest days of the dinosaurs. But are they really flying dinosaurs, or something else? From small to giant, we will explore the world of the Pterosaurs and learn about how they lived. Did Pterosaurs lay eggs? Could they swim? How big could they grow? These and many other questions will be answered by Dinosaur George.
Sauropods (the Giants of the Mesozoic)
They were the largest land animals that ever existed! These giant long-necked dinosaurs stomped their way across the land during the Mesozoic Era. You will learn some amazing facts about these dinosaurs with Dinosaur George. What did sauropods eat? Did they have any predators? How were they born? You will learn so many amazing facts about the giant dinosaurs when you join this virtual lesson.
The Ice Age
The Ice Age is a time when the earth’s climate was considerably cooler. Glaciers covered much of North America, burying New York under 1 mile of ice! In this lesson we learn about the various life forms that adapted to these colder climates and discuss how they became extinct due to climate change.
How are fossils formed?
How do bones turn into stone? And how does a dinosaur become a fossil? You will learn the answers to these and many other questions with Dinosaur George. And there’s even instructions on how to make your own “fossil bone” using ordinary household products.
Time periods and geology.
The earth is made up of different layers of rock and sediment. To help us understand those layers, scientists test them for their age and give them each a different name. Join Dinosaur George as he explains those layers and what animals lived during each period.
Did you know that Spinosaurus was discovered, then lost, and then rediscovered? Its bones were housed in a museum in Germany but were destroyed during WWII. But news discoveries show us that this huge meat-eating dinosaur was longer and taller than even the King of the Dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex!
Ceratopsians (The Horned Dinosaurs)
When you think of dinosaurs with horns, Triceratops is usually the first one that comes to mind. But did you know there were over 30 different horned dinosaurs? From some as small as a dog, to some as large as a truck, they were all amazing. Dinosaur George will teach everything about the amazing Ceratopsians in this 45-minute lesson.