A Week Remains in the Design-a-Dino Coloring Contest
Have you ever seen a dinosaur with rainbow stripes, purple polka dots, or neon toenails? We have, and we can’t wait to see more! It seems that we can never get enough of dinosaurs—we’ve been fascinated by them for years. The only thing that has changed is our perception of what these dinosaurs might have really looked like. Did they really look the way they showed us in our school textbooks? Or are the kids participating in the Design-a-Dino Coloring Contest at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary onto something with their imaginations running wild?
Get out those crayons and markers, because your child just might be the designer of the next dinosaur in our Design-a-Dino Coloring Contest. Simply download and print the official coloring page and entry form from the Heard Museum's website, then color away! Official rules and instructions are available there as well. Children, ages 12 and under, that submit a design may get the chance to have their artwork replicated by a custom paint job on the stegosaurus in our annual Dinosaurs Live! exhibit.
Don’t forget: the deadline is August 5, 2016 (just over a week away). So, be sure to submit your entries in soon. So far, the entries the Heard has received has left us in awe of the creativity of our contestants. The revealing of the winning design will be on September 17, 2016, when the Dinosaurs Live! exhibit reopens—don’t miss it!
Marketing & Communications Director at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary in McKinney, Texas.