Here you will find links to some of my favourites.....
Dinosaur sock puppets. Great for developing language, creativity, imagination. You can find a great link for this and some of the following activities on http://www.allkidsnetwork.com/crafts/animals/dinosaurs/dinosaur-sock-puppet.asp
Handprint Dinosaur. Great for sensory play and language development. I love the handprint spikes.
This tissue paper Dinosaur is better than any stained glass you will see. brilliant for when the light shines through.
They also have a great salt dough fossil craft activity that will have you wanting more.
I love making paper plate Dinosaurs with the children too. There are so many different kinds you can make. Great for making patterns too. I really love this one which I have copied often from http://notesfromtheblacklagoon.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/dsc00095.jpg
This one is another great idea from http://www.notimeforflashcards.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/clothespin-crafts3.jpg
I adapt this idea by writing numbers on the dinosaurs and asking the children to give the dinosaur the correct amount of spikes to develop number recognition.
This is just a small selection of my favourites. I will post more soon.