PBS KIDS Giveaway: Win a Dinosaur Train Prize Pack

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On February 18, PBS KIDS will premiere an all-new special from The Jim Henson Company’s hit series DINOSAUR TRAIN. Get ready for a special voyage to the bottom of the sea with everyone’s favorite Pteranodon family in the premiere of DINOSAUR TRAIN “Submarine Adventure.”

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The Pteranodon family dives in to take preschoolers on an underwater adventure. In the special one-hour event, they meet new sea creatures that lived during “The Age of Dinosaurs.”

Be sure to tune in to PBS KIDS on February 18 (check local listings)! Also, don’t forget to mark your calendar and join us on Tuesday, February 12 as we chat about science, paleontology and ways to help kids have their own learning adventures. Click here to learn more about the party.

Giveaway Post Prize

This week's giveaway is all about science. Five winners will receive a PBS KIDS DINOSAUR TRAIN prize pack (ARV: $40). Please follow the entry requirements outlined in the Rafflecopter widget below in order to enter.

In-Chat Giveaway Prize

During the #gno Twitter party, you’ll have a chance to win a prize. You will need to join the party on Tuesday, February 12 from 9:00 – 10:00 p.m. EST in order to enter the giveaway. Giveaway requirements and instructions will be explained during the #gno Twitter party. The winner of the in-chat giveaway will win a $50 prize pack from @PBSKIDS.

Terms and Conditions

No purchase necessary to enter. This giveaway ends at 11:59 p.m. ET Wednesday, February 13. See all terms and conditions here. This giveaway is available to U.S. residents only.

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61 responses to “PBS KIDS Giveaway: Win a Dinosaur Train Prize Pack”

  1. My grandson LOVES dinosaur train!!!

  2. Debbie Terry says:

    We have a membership at the Science Center in Balboa Park, San Diego. As she grows up she is exposed to concepts in an interactive fun way.

  3. Christy McMahon says:

    I get my son into science by having him watch shows,like the dinosaur train and sid the science kid! He loves them!

  4. Julie Conn says:

    I would love to have this for my children

  5. Miriam says:

    By showing them the beauty of nature (the sunset, etc.) and sharing awesome facts that little boys love to hear about bugs etc.

  6. Patti Lewis says:

    We watch pbs, go outside, museums and more!

  7. Erica says:

    My son LOVES Dinosaur Train! This would be so exciting for him. fingers crossed. thanks

  8. Hali says:

    My son seems naturally into science for now, since it’s all fun and experimenting at his preK age. 🙂
    I motivate him and join in to keep that interest going.

  9. Denise M says:

    we go to the science museum which has a lot of hands on stuff

  10. Mel says:

    My son loves dinosaur train!

  11. Kelly D says:

    My son is very interested in science and he memorizes any facts he sees on TV on reads about. He loves watching shows about sciences and outer space.

  12. TechyDad says:

    We go to the local museum or watch science videos. I’m lucky, though, because my oldest son loves science to begin with.

  13. Ria R says:

    They love to explore and learn new things so we read book and watch shows

  14. We make sure to go to science museums, do experiments at home, and explore the world. As a science teacher it is fun for me to watch my kids get excited about everything.

  15. ria clarke says:

    by doing tons of hands on activities and by going on trips to the zoo & aquarium

  16. Kimberly Snyder says:

    we do hands on experiments

  17. HappyMomC says:

    I always make up stories and give them examples.

  18. Judy S says:

    we try and do science experiments

  19. Michelle vK says:

    Books with photographs about the natural world – volcanos, glaciers, etc.

  20. Christine A. says:

    We have a Bill Nye scholastic book from my oldest when he was younger (he is 16 now & does these with his two young brothers) & we pick one project a week to do. It usually involves recycling too & they love Science Day 🙂

  21. Ashleigh says:

    Science museum visits, books, Bill Nye. Can’t wait for the party. My 4 year old LOVES Dinosaur Train! 🙂

  22. The wonder of science is all around us, the way things work is a daily discussion at our house!

  23. Alisson H says:

    We go to Science Museums & watch Sid the Science Kid, plus do experiments at home.

  24. Cindy C. @cangoninny says:

    Watching PBS and doing science experiments

  25. Carol B says:

    With fun activities, books & videos such as this!

  26. gricelda castro says:

    We do some experiments at home (basic)

  27. Shannon S. says:

    I get them excited by doing experiments here and letting them do it too

  28. Robin O says:

    We like to visit the science museum…and our local park often has cool science-related activities for kids.

  29. My dd is ms curious george now and we always try to answer her “why?” questions all day on why things work and how! We love going to the museums together!

  30. It’s everywhere! Just find subjects that interest them, whether it’s animals, rocks, weather, etc… 😀

  31. Lori says:

    We read lots of books!

  32. erin dear says:

    by doing fun science experiments!

  33. Jennifer Marie says:

    explain how things happen and then let them try it for themselves.

  34. Brenda Bolton says:

    We like to watch science shows.

  35. thuy vu says:

    I read to my kids.

  36. We watch Dinosaur Train, Curious George and other shows that encourage our kids to explore. We also do stuff in and out of the house that gets them thinking about science, talking about the stars, weather, how cooking works (science you can eat!), and more. Both DH and I grew up in houses that encouraged us to learn about science and love it, and we’re trying to do the same for our kids.

  37. @weareofficially says:

    I get her excited about science by letting her “experiment” on her own. Maybe someday, transferring cereals from bowl to bowl and adding water in it will make her a scientist. LOL.

  38. teh doll says:

    They love it! My little girl is really interested in learning all she can.

  39. Josh Nicholls/Mr Nerve Damage says:

    We look at rockets and explosions on YouTube or the Science Channel

  40. My son loves Dinosaur Train!!! Alllll Aboard!

  41. Cynthia says:

    Sid the Science kid gets us excited about science.

  42. Donna W says:

    My kids get excited about science by exploring the outdoors, going to museums, school science projects

  43. mamotts says:

    by making it fun cause and science, green living..gardening…baking its all science- even vacumning is science

  44. @icysupreme says:

    My kids love experimenting!!

  45. jeannine s says:

    we good to my science museum, do at home science expermiets

  46. Toni B says:

    We do projects together as a family so we can show them how science is all around us ie garden, weather, etc.

  47. Debbie G says:

    We do fun things then ask why?

  48. @n210ss says:

    I would get my child excited about science by doing experiments!

  49. Diana says:

    Watching PBS


  50. We love taking the kids to science museums!

  51. Tim B says:

    we go to the science center

  52. Erin K. says:

    Do science experiments at home, and visit museums when possible. @erin4cy

  53. Donna George says:

    By letting them see science at work in every day life

  54. Alvina Castro says:

    we read books talking about early science concepts and by going to our local childrens museum we even get to do experiments.

  55. @stacey5656 says:

    Watching PBS !

  56. Amy K says:

    They love to play with their food, and watch the ice in their water melt

  57. Daily Woman (Lacey) says:

    Use Hand On activities.

  58. Sadie says:

    We love to go to the science museum and get inspiration to do some things at home.

  59. Louis says:

    pages like pbs

  60. Perlita mata says:

    By taking them to the science musuem!

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