What's more exciting for kids than seeing dinosaur bones? Digging them up, of course. The Wyoming Dinosaur Center, 120 miles southeast of Yellowstone National Park, offers kids 8-13 a chance to join scientists and technicians for two-day digs this summer. Already unearthed: sauropod remains (those long-necked veggie-eaters from Jurassic Park) and allosaur teeth and tracks. This is the third season for the "kids' dig." Contact the Wyoming Dinosaur Center, Box 868, Thermopolis, WY 82443 (800/455-DINO).