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A new DVD from PBS Distribution is available now as part of the Explore the Outdoors effort. Now that we're in to Spring and the weather is getting nicer, PBS wants their viewers to get outside, explore, and have fun outdoors! Why not on those rainy days, pop in this new Dinosaur Train DVD for the kiddos to enjoy when outside can't happen!
“Dinosaur Train: Explore Outdoors!”
Run Time: Approx. 100 Minutes
Buddy and his family and friends love heading into the great prehistoric outdoors for fun and adventure! In Explore Outdoors, Buddy and his siblings Tiny, Shiny, and Don, plant sycamore trees with their grandparents and learn how clouds are formed from Mr. Conductor. They find unique birds to study and sketch on the Dinosaur Train and discover the beauty of stalactites and stalagmites that have formed deep inside a cave. The Pteranodon family is always ready to explore new places and learn new things!.
“Dinosaur Train: Explore Outdoors!” DVD, became available April 21, 2015, and features eight dino-mite adventures like “Tiny’s Fishing Friend”, “Butterflies”, “Best-Ever Babysitter”, “Plant a Tree”, “Birdwatching”, “ Cloudy with a Chance of Fun", “One Big Frog”, and “ Caving with Vlad”.
About Dinosaur Train
Dinosaur Train is produced by The Jim Henson Company and, co-produced with Singapore animation company Sparky Animation, with the participation and assistance of the Singapore Media Development Authority. The Jim Henson Company oversees all ancillary exploitation of the property, including licensing and merchandising. PBS handles DVD Distribution to domestic consumer and education markets.
About PBS KIDS
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