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How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?...and more dinosaur tales
How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?...and more dinosaur tales
by Scholastic

Written and narrated by Jane Yolen, and illustrated by Mark Teague this video will engage your child as they watch the dinosaurs come to life. Kids will find it reassuring that even dinosaurs make a fuss before bedtime. The beautiful stories on this video will delight your child as you snuggle together and slip into a world of fantasy.
Age: 3 Year-olds | Title: How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?...and more dinosaur tales  |  Company: Scholastic
Written and narrated by Jane Yolen, and illustrated by Mark Teague this video will engage your child as they watch the dinosaurs come to life. Kids will find it reassuring that even dinosaurs make a fuss before bedtime. The beautiful stories on this video will delight your child as you snuggle together and slip into a world of fantasy.

If your child can't get enough of his or her favorite dinosaur storybook, this DVD is a great way to extend the prehistoric fun! Seven classic and popular dinosaur stories are brought to life in this animated DVD that not only follows the printed versions word-for-word but also includes the words in closed-caption style to encourage kids to follow along and eventually learn to read. In addition to the title story, "How Do Dinosaurs Get Well?," "How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food?" and "Danny the Dinosaur" are featured. Dinosaur-loving kids age three and up will roar with excitement for this entertaining DVD.

The trio of "How Do Dinosaurs..." books follow the same format of explaining how not to behave in various situations, including bedtime, mealtime and sick time. The dinosaurs often hilariously act out common childhood tantrums and other misbehaving tactics, including jumping on the bed, whining, picking at food, blowing bubbles in the milk and not taking medicine. Many kids will think these behaviors are extra silly in dinosaur-form and will hopefully be discouraged from looking as silly themselves. Positive behaviors, including saying "please" and "thank you," behaving at the doctor's office and cooperating at bedtime are also highlighted by the polite versions of the giant reptiles. One of the bonus stories, "Dinosaur Bones," is a great learning tool for kids who are interested in the facts about dinos.

It's always amazing to see what details children latch on to in a film. Three-year-old Emily, who I babysit, loves dinosaurs and thought they were way more cute than menacing. She giggled when Danny's dinosaur wrapped itself up in a clothesline and loved when one of the dinosaurs demonstrated how to neatly eat dinner with a little bib tied around its neck.

--Abby

 

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