This month, National Geographic is throwing things back to the Mesozoic era for DinoMAYnia! The company’s online hub for kids features a variety of activities, fun facts, games, and interesting scientific discoveries, all geared toward young dinosaur fans.

What’s Happening: 

  • In celebration of International Dinosaur Day, National Geographic Kids is inviting young fans to join the DinoMAYnia fun.
  • The Disney Parks Blog shared that guests can visit the National Geographic Kids’ web hub to discover the exciting world of dinos.
  • Among the activities available are:
  • The Grand Prize winner of the DESIGN-A-DINO contest will receive a library of National Geographic Kids books.

  • For more dino-riffic adventures, fans can check out National Geographic’s Dinosaur Play Sand Kit and Mega Fossil Dig Kit, which are perfect for creating a Mesozoic wonderland and learning dino facts while inspiring a love of science and paleontology.
  • Finally, Paleontologist and National Geographic Explorer Nizar Ibrahim serves as this year’s DinoMAYnia spokesperson. In the video below, Ibrahim shares how he came to love dinosaurs and why he pursued paleontology, along with a few fun facts about the ancient creatures themselves.

  • Can’t get enough DinoMAYnia? Parents can visit the Reimagining Dinosaurs content hub for more fascinating stories about dinosaurs, the latest dinosaur discoveries and so much more.