Dinosaurs in the News
March 11, 2015
Hosted by Anna DuBois
Today's adventure Dinosaur Detectives is led by Little Miss Dinosaur, Anna DuBois who is going to teach you about some of the recent discoveries in Dinosaur Paleontology in the News.
Wednesday at 4 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Kids Channel
On "Dinosaur Detectives", we will explore, study and discover different types of fossilized ancient life forms and find out how dinosaurs looked and behaved when they were alive.
Our goal and objective is that exploring science history together is fun. We hope to inspire kids to want to learn more about paleontology science.
Anna will engage curiosity, share her passion, knowledge and expertise by teaching about science that will inspire enthusiasm for dinosaurs and the field of paleontology science. You’ll learn with her when she asks Paleontologists questions and goes to museums and places around the country where dinosaur fossils are kept and found. Dinosaur Detectives with Anna DuBois can be heard live every Wednesday at 4 PM on the VoiceAmerica Kids Channel.
Anna is a 7 year old from Desert Hills, Arizona and is an avid reader, who has a passion for science, especially paleontology. Like most children love dinosaurs, her love is filled with curiosity and wonder. As a homeschooled child, Anna has been able to focus a large amount of her studies in science and specifically dinosaurs. Anna’s dream is to be a Paleontologist and professor in the field. She comes from a family of performers, educators and researchers. Whenever, she has friends over she is always teaching them about dinosaurs, their habitats, time periods and behaviors. She loves sharing her expertise in the area. Her nickname is "Little Miss Dinosaur.”