Dinosaur Train Season 4: Holiday Adventures

Great news for young Dino fans! Dinosaur Train is back with Season 4 which premieres on Monday, December 7th with a holiday special. I can all but keep my 5 year old from jumping up and down. He is a big, big fan of the EMMY-nominated and Parents’ Choice Recommended show and I admit I love to watch it too. I doubt it will be even half the fun learning about dinosaurs in any book! Also saves me a lot of embarrassment later, when the kids throw around Dino facts and trivia like they were fossil experts of some kind.

“Trains, Submarines, and Zeppelins”

The all-new fourth season of the animated PBS KIDS series Dinosaur Train, kicks off with the holiday adventure “Trains, Submarines, and Zeppelins” (in tribute to the classic holiday movie “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles”). When Mr. Pteranodon and Larry go out to the Big Pond to find some red platanoids for the Winter Solstice Celebration, they accidentally miss the last train home. Will Larry and Mr. Pteranodon stop bickering long enough to figure out a way home, or will they be stranded in the middle of nowhere and miss the family Winter Solstice Celebration? Be sure to tune-in on December 7th to find out! Until then, check out some stills from the holiday special episode.

Dinosaur Train Season 4 Episode 1 - Holiday Adventures

Dinosaur Train Season 4 Episode 1 - Holiday Adventures

Dinosaur Train Season 4 Episode 1 - Holiday Adventures

Dinosaur Train Season 4 Episode 1 - Holiday Adventures

Dinosaur Train Season 4 Episode 1 - Holiday Adventures

Dinosaur Train Season 4 Episode 1 - Holiday Adventures

 

10 New Episodes of Dinosaur Train

My son is currently busy making a very tough decision of a Dino themed birthday party vs. a beyblade party. Let’s see who wins! I am busy populating both my Pinterest boards with ideas.

But we all set to catch the all-new 10-episode season as Buddy and his friends explore biodiversity and how in the Mesozoic Era, just like today, each creature has an important place in the ecosystem and much more!

Check your local PBS station listing for times!  http://pbskids.org/dinosaurtrain/

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