Inspire Kids: Shape-shifting dinosaurs

I found this informative Ted Talk, and I thought my six-year-old would enjoy it because like many children, he’s very interested in dinosaurs. He did like it.

I watched it with him, and I explained to him what the word “ego” means, and I also pointed to the charts as the paleontologist was talking since my son can’t read yet.  I also told him that’s it’s a great example of something very important to remember:

We have to keep asking questions. Keep researching. We can’t assume that we have all the answers.

(If you subscribe to my blog by e-mail, you may have to view this post on the Internet to see the video.)

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 This is a new series I’ve started under the tag “Inspire Kids.”  If my six-year-old loves it, then maybe your children will too!

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