Studying the size of a dinosaur is an engaging activity for both younger and older kids.
This colorful image illustrates seven dinosaurs, a human and an elephant. Your students can easily tell which ones were the tallest, and estimate how big they were compared to a human and an elephant.
As the image does not show numeric data, you can ask your students to find out more about the estimated height, length and weight of dinosaurs and compare them with those of an average human and an elephant. This image could be a starting point to explore how scientists study these extinct animals, and whether they have the actual measurements of height, length and weight or they have to make a sensible assumption.