Monday, November 18, 2013

Dinosaur Train Holiday Special Feature Review + Giveaway

*Disclaimer - I received the items mentioned below, free of charge, for review purposes. In no way did this alter my review. All of my opinions expressed in this post are one hundred percent honest and true.*

CHOO - CHOO!!! The Dinosaur Train is coming and they're bringing some really cool items with them! 



Hello, all you Dinosaur Train fans. Do I have some great news for you! Dinosaur Train, the Emmy Award nominated and Parent's Choice Silver Honor PBS Kids series, has released some awesome products that would make great gifts this holiday season. They are fun, affordable, and your little Dinosaur Train fans will love them!


Our kids always enjoy watching the Dinosaur Train which airs on PBS. They get to learn all about dinosaurs, their environment, and expand their imagination. What more could a boy want for a cartoon!  Being that they are huge fans of Dinosaur Train I knew they would enjoy the four Dinosaur Train themed items we were sent to review. We received a Book, DVD, Wall Decals, and a Puzzle. Check them out below!


Dinosaur Train - We are a Dinosaur Family
This holiday season makes a perfect time to inject the importance of family into your children. This DVD does just that! It helps teach children the importance of family, but also teaches them all about dinosaurs too!  Join them as they visit grandpa, spend a special day with their father, and many other fun family adventures. The DVD includes eight fun episodes which run a total of 100 minutes. You can purchase this DVD for an SRP of $9.99


Peel and Stick Wall Decals from RoomMates
Invite the Dinosaur Train into your room with fun Dinosaur Train themed wall decals! Your children will be delighted when they see all of their favorite Dinosaur Train characters on their wall. And, you will be delighted by the $14.99 price tag. Making these a must have on your Dinosaur Train shopping list! You can find them at Sears and Sears.com. 


Winter Lights book from Random House Children's Books
This Little Golden Book retells one of our favorite episodes when Buddy the T-Rex and his sibling get to see the spectaular Aurora Borealis. This book is great for ages 2 -5 and can be yours for only $3.99!


Troodon by Karmin
This 24 Piece jigsaw puzzle is just one of six new puzzles from Karmin. Your children will enjoy putting together the puzzle while learning about dinosaurs. Plus, each puzzle includes a special bonus laminated Dinosaur Fact Card!  They're perfect for children ages 3 and up and can be purchased for only $4.99. 

Be sure to check out all new episodes of Dinosaur Train beginning in January 2014!!! 

LEARN MORE: To learn more be sure to follow the Dinosaur Train, the Jim Henson Company, and PBS Kids on Facebook.  

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20 comments:

Debbie Jackson said...

they now believe several dinosaurs were mammals based on length of their stride.

Janet W. said...

A corythosaurus has a crest that was probably used to make a loud horn noise. Their fossils have been discovered throughout western North America.

kim burnett said...

Dinosaurs lived and evolved for over 185 million years !

VickeC said...

that's where we get our fossil fuel from

Daisy B said...

Dinosaurs are now extinct! :) My son loves dinosaur train - it's one of his favorite shoes. He has dinosaur train pajamas and wears them frequently!

Tara said...

there is so much we still don't know about dinosaurs.

Billie Wilson said...

The first dinosaur to be formally named was the Megalosaurus, back in 1824

Wendy Rozema said...

most dinosaurs were vegetarians

Anonymous said...

I heard that fossilized dinos are the reason ancient people belived that dragons existed. Mistaken idenity! Wow I cant spell today!
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Exotic Blue said...

My daughter loves dinosa this would be a great way to pique her interest further!

deniseyweesy said...

Dinosaur means terrible lizard.

Cheryl Rahkonen said...

An interesting fact about dinosaurs is that their extinction is believed to have been caused by meteorites.

Gianna said...

The Adasaurus is closely related to the Dromaeosaurus.

momo said...

I have to admit that I do not know too many facts about them, only that they are pretty popular now.

Daniel M said...

The longest dinosaur was Seismosaurus, which measured over 40 metres, as long as five double-decker buses. - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

Candice said...

They have found over 108 species of dinosaurs in Britain.
Thank you

Leslie S. said...

Stegosaurus had a brain the size of a walnut - only 3 centimeters long and weighing 75 grams.

Teresa Thompson said...

My oldest granddaughter is completely obsessed with dinosaurs. She knows all the name that I can hardly pronounce. Its very impressive.

blew415 said...

Dinosaurs lived a very long time ago

Francine said...

A person who studies dinosaurs is known as a paleontologist.