Kids Hour: In Search of the Dinosaurs (Ages 7-9) with Dr. Aaron Hunter - Context Travel

Kids Hour: In Search of the Dinosaurs (Ages 7-9) with Dr. Aaron Hunter

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Join a real-life fossil hunter and Palaeontologist to explore the world of dinosaurs at London’s Natural History Museum! Led by an expert on Palaeontology - Dr. Aaron Hunter - this interactive seminar will look at the world of the dinosaurs. What really is a dinosaur? Ever wondered how scientists search for dinosaurs across the world? How do scientists bring these ancient animals to life? Do dinosaurs still live today? How did these dinosaurs evolve?

This Conversation will try to answer all your questions as we discover the world of dinosaurs at London’s Natural History Museum. We will follow 19th Century scientists as they dig up these terrible lizards from the distant past in England! We will then journey to the USA, Canada, and Mongolia to explore how the most famous dinosaurs: Stegosaurus, Diplodocus, Triceratops, and Tyrannosaurus rex were discovered in the “Bone Wars”; and discover what scientists think about these amazing ancient animals today. Along the way will be doing Dinosaur Origami to learn about the different types of dinosaurs that existed for millions of years. Finally, we will find out what actually killed (most of) the Dinosaurs 65 million years ago.

Materials Needed:

  • Pencils and coloring pencils
  • Paper

    Kids Hour

    Context’s Kids Hour conversations are 45-60 minute live, interactive sessions specially designed for kids. We include learning activities on all our Kids Hour conversations.

    Your child should come prepared with any materials indicated in the conversation description.

    Kids Hour Zoom etiquette:
  • Zoom display name should reflect the name of the child
  • The expert may mute all participants while she is speaking. Please use the raise hand feature to ask a question.


    My child is older/younger than the suggested age grouping. May they join? The age range we have indicated is a suggestion based on the content of the conversation and teaching approach. Ultimately the decision to book a younger or older child is at your discretion. We generally design our Kids Hour conversations for the following age groupings: 7-9 and 10-12.

    Am I required to accompany my child? Your child is welcome and encouraged to attend the conversation independently. We just ask that you assist with the start-up in case your child has difficulty entering the Zoom room, changing their display name, and finding the mute and/or raise hand feature.

    What if my child has a question during the conversation? The expert may choose to mute all participants while she is speaking. On our adult conversations, participants use Zoom’s chat function to ask questions. On our Kids Hour conversations, we use the raise hand feature.

    Does my child need to come with any materials? We will indicate in the description of the conversation if there are materials that need to be pre-prepared.

    Is your fee per learner or per family? Our fee is per learner.

    Are Kids Hour conversations group or private? Our Kids Hour conversations are group sessions. Each is open to up to 20 learners. If you would like to schedule a private conversation for your child only, please contact us at

    How do I change the Zoom participant display name to reflect my child’s? To change your name after entering a Zoom meeting, click on the “Participants” button at the top of the Zoom window. Next, hover your mouse over your name in the“Participants” list on the right side of the Zoom window. Click on “Rename”. Enter the name you'd like to appear in the Zoom meeting and click “OK”.

    Aaron W Hunter a Palaeontologist at the University of Cambridge and a Blue Badge Guide for London. He is active in both teaching and research in Palaeontology and specialises in the marine animals that lived at the same time as the dinosaurs including the Jurassic.

    This conversation is suitable for children aged 7-9.

    90 minutes, including a 30 minute Q&A.