Triceratops 3D mask template, tutorial + worksheet


Free for Happythought CraftClub members – easy templates and tutorial to craft this Triceratops mask for some terrible party fun!

• Triceratops mask template and video instructions
• Color in Triceratops mask template
• Triceratops facts and color in worksheet

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Triceratops 3D mask template: Download and make a paper mask instantly

Make this Triceratops 3D mask template at home as a fun activity or role play.

Make a triceratops 3D paper mask template video tutorial

Perfect as an easy DIY costume idea, cosplay or creative play. Your download also includes a mask to color in, a Triceratops fact sheet and coloring page.

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PDF HIGH RESOLUTION (300 dpi) file contains the following templates/patterns:

1) Triceratops 3D mask template and instructions
2) Triceratops 3D mask black and white color in template
3) Triceratops 3D mask facts black and white color in worksheet

Triceratops mask templates. The full name of this dinosaur is Triceratops Horridus
Template to make and build your own Triceratops mask at home

Our digital templates are designed to be easy to make. We like things simple too.

The templates include instruction sheets with step-by-step photo instructions showing how to assemble your mask.

Learn a little about Triceratops

The full name of this dinosaur is Triceratops Horridus. It looks very fierce and frightening but was a herbivore. It only ate plants but got eaten itself by Tyrannosaurus Rex. It ranged across western North America in the late Cretaceous period, some 69 million years ago. Despite its fierce appearance, this famous ceratopsian, or horned dinosaur, was an herbivore.

The meaning of Triceratops (Try-SERa-tops) is ‘three-horned face’. The Triceratops had a frill of bone at the back of its skull and 3 horns. The third horn, on the nose, was used for self-defence.
Triceratops were 9 metres (30 feet) in length and weighed 5 tons. The bony frill, sometimes as much as a metre wide, also helped in self-defence. Some of them weighed almost as much as a Tyrannosaurus.

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