- 1 Dino Dan An Ordinary Boy with an Obsession for Dinosaurs
- 2 What Would a Dinosaur Do?
- 3 Dinosaurs that Sprout Curiosity
- 4 Bob Strauss Wonders Out Loud, What is the Fascination with Dinosaurs?
- 5 Award Winning Dinosaurs
- 6 Kiddos Can’t Get Enough Dinosaurs?
- 7 Dino Dan 4-Pack DVD ROARS with Fun!
- 8 ONE Reader will win their own Dino Dan 4-Pack DVD Box Set!
I received a Dino Dan 4 pack DVD in order to facilitate an honest review.
Dino Dan feeds the addiction of dinosaurs at our house. We LOVE dinosaurs. We read about them, visit their skeletons at museums, wear them on our clothing, decorate our room with them, play with them and whew! Watch them on television. Danny and the Dinosaur was a fun book when I was growing up and I remember walking across the playground measuring the span of a pterodactyl’s wings.
Dino Dan An Ordinary Boy with an Obsession for Dinosaurs
What Would a Dinosaur Do?
Dino Dan is a leader, whose strength rests in creating a team with his diverse classmates and teachers. These larger-than-life adventures are no only fun, they are educational with each episode featuring a common kiddo issue–playing with a sibling, going to the dentist, trying to win at hide and seek. It spawns curiosity and has Dino Dan asking how the dinosaurs would act in a similar situation.
Dinosaurs that Sprout Curiosity
My kiddos are always asking questions. I urge them to think it out and develop a hypothesis to help them problem-solve. Dino Dan comes up with a dino question or experiment to test his theories. This teaches kiddos about science. If the hypothesis is false, Dino Dan is on the hunt for new information to solve the question. It’s learning to think outside the box, discovering new ways of problem-solving and finding a resolution.
Of course, Dino Dan’s dinosaurs don’t speak nor do they “high five”. Instead they use deductive reasoning, work together and rely on dinos’ instincts as part of their scientific method for proving theories.
Bob Strauss Wonders Out Loud, What is the Fascination with Dinosaurs?
Award Winning Dinosaurs
Kiddos Can’t Get Enough Dinosaurs?
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