This Monday, February 18, PBS KIDS will premiere an all-new special DINOSAUR TRAIN. Our favorite Pteranodon family will dive into an underwater adventure in “Submarine Adventure.” The one-hour program will feature four new stories about sea creatures that lived during the “Age of Dinosaurs.” I never realized that Dinosaur Train is created by The Jim Henson Company, but that's just one more reason for me to love this show. My son has already told me that he plans to grow up and become a paleontologist, which is why Dinosaur Train holds a special place in his heart. I love that he learns natural science and paleontology concepts while he watches the show on Saturday mornings.
Both full episodes and clips from “Submarine Adventure” will be available on the PBS KIDS Video Player at PBSKIDS.org/video and on the PBS KIDS Video App beginning February 19, in case you miss it on Monday.
And to extend their learning, you can print up awesome printables like this one and this one before or after watching the show. You can also print up a sticker.
Do your kids like watching Dinosaur Train?
Disclosure: I am a PBS Ambassador. This simply means I get up-to-date information to share with all of you. And I did receive a screener of this new special to review.