{Cool For School} Dinosaur Train: Dinosaurs Under The Sea


From the world renowned Jim Hensen Company comes an exciting series that brings dinosaurs to life to make science fun!

Debuting August 24, 2010, DVD Includes Eight Entertaining and Educational Adventures, Plus Interactive Games, Coloring Pages, a Dinosaur Reference Guide and More

DVD Description: Get on board for fun and adventure when DINOSAUR TRAIN: Dinosaurs Under The Sea embarks on DVD August 24, 2010, from PBS KIDS and Paramount Home Entertainment. Embracing preschoolers’ fascination with both dinosaurs and trains, the innovative series from The Jim Henson Company features incredible CGI animation and encourages basic scientific thinking and skills while teaching about natural science, natural history and paleontology. Buddy, a preschool-aged Tyrannosaurus Rex, and his adoptive family of Pteranodons go for adventures on the Dinosaur Train to meet all kinds of dinosaurs in different eras and learn fascinating new facts about these incredible creatures. A 2010 Parents Choice Silver Award Winner, DINOSAUR TRAIN has become a hit with parents and kids alike and its game page went full steam ahead to become the most visited page on pbskids.org. The DINOSAUR TRAIN: Dinosaurs Under The Sea DVD includes eight exciting and whimsical adventures, as well as interactive games, coloring pages, a dinosaur reference guide and information for parents. The DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $14.99 U.S./$15.99 Canada.

DINOSAUR TRAIN: Dinosaurs Under The Sea is presented in widescreen with Dolby Digital English Stereo. The run time is 120 minutes.

My kids really loved this one, and the vivid colors even caught my toddlers attention. She doesn’t watch a lot of tv yet and won’t take a second glance at many cartoons but she will actually sit and watch this one! My boys liked it too which was another shock. Each episode starts off with the Pteranodon family announcing a new field trip where they will introduce a new species. Since they use the scientific words for each dinosaur, there were a lot of long words that the kids didn’t understand but it didn’t seem to bother them at all. This one is a definite new favorite in my house and is entertaining & educational for all ages!

The eight episodes include:

Elmer Elasmosaurus

Carla Cretoxyrhina

The Amazing Michelinoceras Brothers

Paulie Pliosaurus

Elmer Visits the Desert

Shiny’s Sea Shells

Jess Hesperornis

The Old Spinosaurus and the Sea