Dinosaurs at Dinosaur World, Cave City, Kentucky… Read the rest
- Highly detailed
- Uses the finest of fabrics
- Large eyes seem to follow you
Show off your wild side with these awesome Triceratops pens from Silly! These lifelike designs are perfect for gift bags or party favors. The Silly collection consists of funny, hilarious and affordable gift items for young and trendy people.
- Triceratops ball pen
- Lifelike dinosaur design
- Great for gifts or party favors
- Measures 5-inch
- 100% Heavy Duty Cotton
- Hand Dyed
- Based on the new Henson PBS show, the Dinosaur Train
- SmartTalk technology gives Tiny the ability to recognize and interact with other dinosaurs in the line
- Press her button, and as she shares tons of fun dino data
- Its truly an interactive dinosaur experience
- For ages 3+ years
- Premium, hand-dyed shirt
- Screenprinted using environmentally safe, water based inks.
- Features a leather feel label so comfortable there is never a need to cut it out.
- Special Order Item.
- Available in Various Sizes.
- Appropriate for children ages 12 to 36 months
- This dinosaur pal helps little learners explore letter names, letter sounds, colors/colours and music
- Each press of the 26 colorful/colourful letter buttons rewards children with a familiar tune, and pressing his head lets them sing along to the Alphabet Song
- You can even make letter learning a personal experience by adding in the first letter of your child’s name
- Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog Learning Path
What if a dinosaur’s friends come to play?
Does he mope, does he pout if he can’t get his way?
Does he hide all his dump trucks, refusing to share?
Does he throw his friends’ coloring books up in the air?
Time and time again, children are told to “play nice.” This brilliantly illustrated board … Read the rest
…Dinosaur National Park, that is.
It’s named Dinosaur after the quarry which exists at one end of the National Park – one of the few places in the world where you can see dinosaur skeletons still embedded in the rock faces in which they were discovered.
But we went to the REST of the park, which as you can see is all about the Green and Yampa Rivers, and the canyons they have created over the millennia. Here’s my Mum … Read the rest