Getting Ready For Kindergarten With Dinosaur Train(Giveaway)CLOSED

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There are many things that can be done to help prepare children for kindergarten, including working with your child on basic academic skills such as writing his/her name and reading letters; teaching critical thinking skills by encouraging them to ask “Why” questions; working on arts-and-crafts projects to get your child more comfortable using scissors, markers and other supplies he/she will see plenty of in kindergarten; and making shopping for school supplies a fun experience by letting your child make some choices of their own, like the color of his/her backpack or pencil-case.  

PBS Kids has some great new gear for Kindergarten.

  • Dino-Train 16″ Backpack-features adjustable padded shoulder straps and 3 easy zippered compartments making it great to carry DINOSAUR TRAIN toys and school supplies as well as mesh side pockets for markers and pencils. $16.99
  • I am T-Rex storybook $3.99
  • Triceratops for lunch book-#3.99

  • Dinosaur Train Go Fishing game $9.99
  • Collectible 3 packs-$7.99
  • All aboard game-$12.00

I have a Dinosaur Train backpack full of dinosaur train goodies

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Disclosure: I did not receive any compensation for this post. A product was provided for giveaway by the Henson company.

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247 thoughts on “Getting Ready For Kindergarten With Dinosaur Train(Giveaway)CLOSED

  1. My son will be going to a local one day preschool (he’s still a bit young for actual school)…but my nephew (who is the one I will give most of these things to if I win) will be going to Kindergarten!

  2. I’d let my 2 boys share this. My 7 year old likes to watch the show (he’s in 2nd grade) with his little brother (12 months) so he can teach him to rawr like a dino. The older son likes practicing the dino names too.

  3. I subscribe to your feed! (I think the address might be different, but it autoforwards your newsletter to the above address).

  4. My daughter just entered kindergarten and I have twin 3 year old that we will be putting into preschool soon.

    leannemac at shaw.ca

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