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    $19.99 list($24.99)
    1. Animal Planet Jumbo Dino Playset
    2. Animal Planet Infrared T-Rex
    3. Get-Up Roaring Dinosaur
    $39.99
    4. Activity Dino
    5. Survival or Extinction: The Dinosaur
    $24.99
    6. My Little Sandbox-Dino Land
    $19.99
    7. Dino Math Tracks Game
    8. Eyewitness Kit: Dinoworks Tyrannosaurus
    list($10.99)
    9. Land of the Dinosaurs 100-piece
    10. Dinosaur Play & Store Big
    $14.99
    11. Power Touch Book: Grade 1: Science
    12. Cast & Paint T-Rex
    $19.99
    13. Dinosaurs & Things Board Game
    $9.99
    14. Dinosaur 48-piece Jigsaw Puzzle
    15. I Dig Dinosaurs Discovery Dig
    16. I Dig Dinosaurs Triceratops Skull
    17. Bonz Velociraptor (Small)
    18. I Dig Dinosaurs T-Rex Skull Excavation
    $14.99
    19. Dino Adventure Activity Kit
    $79.99
    20. I Dig Dinosaurs Dino Dig Play

    1. Animal Planet Jumbo Dino Playset
    list price: $24.99
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    Asin: B00004YT3U
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Toys "R" Us
    Sales Rank: 72
    Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (14)

    5-0 out of 5 stars mothers best friend
    some kids have favorite toys which they can grow out of, get bored with etc.. The fun with this play set is, no matter how young or old your child is, if they like dinosaurs the fun is endless with this playset.. there is so many different varities of dino's to choose from that its hard to choose your favorite, also, the accessories add the imagination of real life dino atmosphere... They can learn about the different species, what they ate, who could fly, swim, who was bigger, faster.. etc... this is an awsome all round toy..

    Great review from the child I bought it for!
    I purchased this toy for a dinosaur loving little boy who lives in another state. I figured this was a good buy, to get him something different than the usual Wal-mart gift. (Hoping that I wasn't getting him something that he already had.)

    He loved it! He loved the volcanoes.......that was way cool for him. And the fact that it could be packed up got rave reviews from the Mom.

    If you've got a dinosaur lover, this is a great gift!

    It ROCKS!!!!!
    This playset is very reilistic and has lots of dinosaurs! It also has a reilistic mat that you can put your dinosaurs on! Set include my favorite dinosaur, T-rex!! Get this for your kiddos! The'll love it! :)

    Great Dinosaurs!
    My 4 year old son saw this same set at a neighbor's house and he didn't want to put them down! LITERALLY! (We had to carry him home screaming apologizing profusely for his behavior to everyone) Even days after, he wanted to go over and play with them. But the screaming episode afterward kept bugging me and didn't want to go through that again.

    So I asked my neighbor where she got them and logged on to Amazon.com to find them. The local Toys R Us were sold out.
    For less then $25- it's a great collection.
    With so many dinosaurs in various sizes, trees, rocks, volcanos and a playmat in a great carrying case- I couldn't resist to get them.

    We took them to the beach just last week and there were 3 other kids ranging in ages of 2 to 5 and we were amazed how quiet they were playing with them. Only problem was getting them back from them when it was time to come home. It was their turn to scream =)

    The names of the dinosaurs are underneath them, so if Mom and Dad can't remember which is which, flip them over and with confidence call out the name. Therefore impressing the kids to the end of the earth. "Mom you are so smart" my son once told me. Hey, it felt good!
    And soon you and the kids will be able to recognize their names without peeking.

    Great gift for all ages and he continues to play with them months later. ahhh peace and quiet.

    GREAT toy set! Great Price!
    My 5 year old nephew LOVED this set, he is very into dinosaurs. Even his three year old sister liked to play with it too. The dinosaurs are large, and some have moving parts. This is a must for any child that loves dinosaurs! ... Read more


    2. Animal Planet Infrared T-Rex

    Asin: B00004S4XC
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Toys "R" Us
    Sales Rank: 4845
    Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Dinosaur devotees will be roaring over this radio-controlledTyrannosaurus Rex as he growls and roars, moves his head, thrashes histail, and even blinks his beady yellow eyes. He can also turnrealistically and walk forward a few steps on a hard surface, growlingand roaring at the same time, if you choose. T-Rex is 11 inches tall and21 inches from nose to tail, with textured, flexible brown rubber skinthat bends and moves. The controller is shaped like a stone with twobone-shaped joysticks to control the dinosaur's walking and turning.Buttons on the side of the controller make T-Rex move his head and frontfeet, snap his jaws, roar, and blink his eyes. The controller slidesopen in the middle for use, and you have to be careful not to pinch yourfingers when you snap it shut. T-Rex requires a total of six AAbatteries, two for the controller and four inside the dinosaur, and thebattery compartment inside the T-Rex is rather difficult to access.Despite these small drawbacks, this dino is one cool dude that willthrill any kid in the midst of the inevitable dinosaur phase. -- Marcie Bovetz ... Read more

    Reviews (51)

    This toy is the best! Worth your money!
    My favorite dinosaur is the Tyrannosaurus Rex, so i bought it. The toy is completely reilistic! It has everything you wish for in a R/C toy! It's head is very great and reilistic and it's sounds are too! But be careful. After about 3 or 2 years, i was playing with the toy when suddenly it's ankle snapped in half. My mom can't get it back together again. So be careful about bagnning this toy around like a doll. If you do it's going to breck soon. But if you don't, it lasts for about 3 or 4 years. But since my birthday's coming up in 3 weeks, my mom is going to buy another one! I thank Jesus for this wonderful toy! :)

    T-Rex is pretty cool, but winds up in the closet anyway.
    I had high expectations for this bad boy, but let me give you the pros and cons:

    Pros:

    Mobility, coupled with an array of growls, roars and twitches, will keep your attention for a short while. I do give the creators credit for a sincere effort at realism, however...

    Cons:

    The clawlike arms are not mechanized, and just hang there.
    There is a loud clicking sound (gears?) as he moves his head.
    Although the legs move, the tail is stiff and non-functional (tags along on non-powered wheels protruding from below).
    The big guy has trouble negotiating anything other than smooth, flat surfaces.

    Basically, I think the problem with toys such as this, is simply the lack of child interaction. After a short time, the novelty wears off, and junior goes scurrying back to the lego blocks. I also purchased a very well-conceived E.T. figure for my 5-yr. old son (4 at the time). The vocal effects were excellent, but like Mr. T-Rex, he was soon gathering dust in a box in the closet.

    Bottom-line: Child interaction is priority #1. A good jigsaw puzzle will beat the heck out of fancy, mechanized toys. Fool me twice - shame on me.

    Very poor quality, cheap mechanical parts, VERY disappointed
    I orded this toy for my son's main Christmas present. I put the batteries in and tried it out. Half of the functions didn't even work. I returned it for a replacement. (Very easy and convienent return policy!) When I got the 2nd one a few days later, all of the buttons worked, but the gears and mechanics where of HORRIBLE quality and very cheaply put together. The gears would miss and get stuck on some of the funtions and it would just jerk around. The gears are incredibly LOUD! It constantly made a VERY loud high pitched screeching noise as it's head moved around. This toy is a neat idea, but just too cheaply made. After trying out 2 separate dinos, I recomend you pass this one up and find a different toy for your kiddos.

    Battery waste
    This toy eats batteries. If you leave the dinosaur on, which is relatively easy to do, when you are not using this toy, the batteries run down. Over night! The first one we got of this toy broke within 24 hours and was replaced. The second one got played with a few times and then left in a closet. My son is not too interested in it because every time he takes it out to play with it, the batteries are, inevitably, dead. Not very child friendly.

    does not live up to expectations
    I gave this item to my nephew for his birthday. He played with it once. It did not do half of the stuff it was supposed to be able to do. It had new batteries and the things that did work, quit working while he was playing with it. I was very dissatisfied with this product... ... Read more


    3. Get-Up Roaring Dinosaur

    Asin: B0002L514W
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Big Boing
    Sales Rank: 7929
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    4. Activity Dino

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    Asin: B00005OB9K
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Galt America Inc
    Sales Rank: 1715
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Makes a great gift
    I think this is a great product. It supports my son when he is sitting up and he loves to play with it. I have noticed older children like to curl up with it while watching television. I think this would make a nice gift because it is unique. Unlike most baby toys and products, we will get years of use out of the Activity Dino.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Expensive rubbish - waste of money !
    We recently ordered Dino for our 6 month old son, thinking we could use it initially to help him sit up and then later as a fun rough-and-tumble toy. What arrived was a small overstuffed sock with a few "crinkly" spines. The quality of the material was cheap and nasty and the construction is appauling. As for the "roar" of the nose - we could barely hear a squeak. Needless to say, we returned this "toy" immediately. Don't waste your money - a pillow with a decorative face would be just as good and at least the cover would be washable ! AWFUL !!!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars My son loves this!!!
    My mother-in-law bought this for my son when he was a few months old. I never imagined he would love it as much as he does. When he was 3 or 4 months old it helped prop him up and he would look at it and pat it. Now, at 7 months he wrestles with it and plays with the spines on the back to hear the different noises. He loves the crinkly and shiny fabric. He tries to squeeze the nose which makes a great roaring sound. His eyes light up every time he sees dino!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars my little one has had a grate time with it
    My daughter Nicole got this from her godmother, she was about six months, so anyway... she liked it because of the color and stuff and we mostly used it for support -since she kept falling backwards- then when she was a couple of months older she would used it as a pillow (a rather tall one) to rest her head on while watching t.v, and when it was time to take a nap she loved to curl into a fetal position and place her back against it (she still does this, while sucking her thumb)she liked it so much we tried to put it in her crib, but found it too big. Now we've had it for some time and kept it in a corner of the living room, so she could get it when she wanted to watched t.v. One of these days I heard her giggle through the baby monitor and went to check on her, I found her rolling around the floor with it hugged tightly against her, then she placed herself on top of it and sit back and rode it as a horsie... a few days after I found her asleep on top of it, with her thumb in her mouth and her legs streched back and crossed together. She likes this thing so much she won't use anything else to watch t.v or take a nap with, almost everytime we get home the first thing she does is run to it, pull it to the middle of the room and just have fun.It's really amazing -to me anyway- how she hasn't ger tired of it.
    The only thing is that sometimes when it's time to go to bed at night she wants to sleep either on top or with it, and she's always saying "no, mama, no!" when I trie to take her upstairs for bedtime OR she says "no, daddy, no" in the most sweetest of voices, with her big blue eyes puppy-stile and a pout and my husband gives right up and lets her have it her way.
    But I don't think that's such a bad thing cause she's a heavy sleeper and she doesn't wake up when we take her to her room. Nothing more to say except... I ADORE THIS FREAKING TOY, and more important, SHE ADORES IT EVEN MORE. ... Read more


    5. Survival or Extinction: The Dinosaur Game

    Asin: B00000J1I4
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Latz Chance Games
    Sales Rank: 1187
    Average Customer Review: 4.29 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    As one of the winners of Dr. Toy's 10 Best Games award, theSurvival/Extinction Dinosaur Game will be a hit with playfulpaleontologists everywhere. Players in the game learn about dinosaursfirsthand by themselves becoming the creatures. Each of the 16player-dinosaurs must make his or her way through the prehistoric world insearch of food and struggling for survival. Winning the game meansgetting to the finish with at least one food token. To do this, playersmust remember his or her dinosaur's habitat, sources of food,intelligence, speed, and size. Natural disaster cards also teach thehazards associated with everyday dinosaur life. Players will learnabout these giant creatures with every fateful step of this creativeboard game. --Lee Strucker ... Read more

    Reviews (17)

    5-0 out of 5 stars highly educational and fun at the same time!
    My students of 2nd through 4th grades loved this game.Survival And Extinction is a very unique game which gives the child the perspective of being a dinosaur who faces so many challenges for his survival. The child has to make intelligent decisions and understand the characteristics of the dinosaur he represent at the time. I found this game to be highly educational and fun at the same time It is one of the few games my students ask to play over and over again. Highly recommended for teachers and parents alike!.

    Awesome educational game!
    My 4 year-old, now 5 year old, loves this game. There is a lot of reading required for the game but that doesn't hinder my son's enjoyment. The game challenges him to make good decisions and he likes choosing which dinosaur to be. I cannot recommend this game highly enough. Excellent.

    Illustrations by Rick Spears
    ...make this a game worth snapping up. Spears injects life and behaviors into his paleo artwork, so kids imagine how the prehistoric beasts lived and died. The game is a little complicated, but in that respect it has more lasting value because the boredom factor doesn't slip into place too soon. And kids learn real science as they play. Fun game, great illustrative contributions by Spears.

    Boring
    My son's are 9 and 12 yrs old. This game couldn't hold their attention, nor mine. It's incredibly boring, slow and unimaginitive. Small pieces got lost and mangled. When we moved, I threw this game in the trash! Please don't buy this item. There are so many other choices for family fun time.

    Dinosaur game
    My family use this game on the weekends instead of watching TV, great fun for a family get together ... Read more


    6. My Little Sandbox-Dino Land

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    Asin: B0000A9XZ3
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: BE GOOD COMPANY
    Sales Rank: 4117
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (1)

    My Little Sandboxes recommendation
    I am a preschool teacher and I have used all three "My Little Sandboxes" for enhancing our curriculum here at school. The sandboxes are great because they encourage interactive and imaginative play. Also, they are a very sensorial or tactile activity which is important for fine motor and hand/eye coordination development in preschool age children. That fact that they come with a drop cloth to catch the extra sand is an added plus!
    We highly recommend these toys! ... Read more


    7. Dino Math Tracks Game

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    Asin: B00004TDKU
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Learning Resources
    Sales Rank: 1471
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    The Dino Math Tracks game (winner of several prestigious awards,including an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal) is a race around therainbow with a pack of pintsize, prehistoric pals. An unusual spin on atypical roll-the-dice-and-move game, it spotlights the mathematicalconcept of place value and gives kids reinforcement in what makesour base-10 number system tick. Each player is allotted one dinosaur foreach of the four tracks (the tracks are labeled 1s, 10s, 100s, and 1000s).To play, a player rolls four dice to create a 4-digit number andthen moves his or her prehistoric posse to the appropriate 1s, 10s,100s, and 1000s places. Problem-solving strategies are honed as playersscurry to get all four miniature mammoths or tiny triceratops into thedino haven, ahead of the other players' thundering herds. But look out!In the race to dino utopia, it's easy to get bumped by a babybrachiosaurus!

    The Dino Math Tracks game provides multiple levels of play for a varietyof ages. At the simplest level (perfect for a first-grader who knowsArabic numerals and one-to-one correspondence), kids use only the placetrack for the 1s. Later, cards with simple problems are introduced("Stuck in a tar pit! Move your 10s dino back two spaces!"). At the mostadvanced level, players might encounter a question like this: "Your 10sdinosaur forgot its pants, so it went back 15 to get them. Then ithurried forward 25. How far did it get? Move that many." Young playerswill find the 2-inch, spunky vinyl dinosaur playing pieces irresistible.The game offers plenty of opportunities for friendly competition andbrain bending--not to mention lots of nonthreatening practice ataddition and subtraction. --Julie Ubben ... Read more

    Reviews (3)

    A real winner!
    This game is great! The tiny dinos spark my 5 year-old son's imagination and enables him to have so much fun that he does not realize he is learning. Furthermore, he does not want to stop!!! He learned place value up to the thousands during our first game. After each roll of the dice the player uses all four dice to make a number and then s/he reads the number aloud (i.e. if you roll 6666 you say six thousand six hundred and sixty six). As we move our dinos around the board T.R. looks forward to our pieces landing on the same track so that we can have a "Showdown". In a "Showdown" you simply have to roll a dice and the person who gets the larger number wins. However, we move our dinos to the middle of the board and have a miniature battle. The player who rolled the larger number wins the battle. The loser is sent back home and the winner gets to move ahead. After playing the game a couple of times without using the cards - which is the simplest level of play with this game - my son asked to use the cards. So on Day 2 we began using the cards. Again he uses his imagination and does a great deal of role play as he carries out the instructions. It fills my heart with delight to see his excitement and to see that he has truly learned how to read numbers up to the thousands. (T.R. learned to read when he was 4 so he independently reads the dice and reads the cards.)

    As a parent I highly recommend Dino Math Tracks because kids quickly learn a lot while having loads of fun. This game can be played at three levels, so it grows with your child.

    Great fun! Colorful! Math skills to boot!
    My child loves this game! Each person has a single type of dinosaur in four different colors. Each color represents one of the placement values; Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands. The dinosaurs, as determined by roll of four dice, have to walk their color-coordinated path from start to finish. But look out! If an opponent lands on the same space, a die-rolling duel ensues, with the high-roller prevailing. This basic game is a lot of fun for young children. Then there are two decks of cards, one more advanced than the other, which enable the parameters of the game to expand with the child's developing math skills. My child and I can play on even ground - a rare trait in today's games. This comes highly recommended!

    5-0 out of 5 stars My kids love this game
    I was not too excited when my kids got an educational board game as a gift, but my kids took right to it and still ask to play it on a regular basis a year later. They have learned a lot, and I am buying this game as a gift for our school friends this year. My only gripe is that the numbers wore off the dice, since the kids played the game so much! ... Read more


    8. Eyewitness Kit: Dinoworks Tyrannosaurus

    Asin: B00000IS5C
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Skullduggery
    Sales Rank: 8091
    Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Every child seems to go through a dinosaur phase, and this kit is perfect for those who are intensely curious about digging up bones and being a scientist who studies dinosaurs. An adult will likely need to help with just about every part of this process, from casting the 18 pieces (making sure to expel any air bubbles) to painting them to gluing magnets on the back. Obviously, assembly is only one part of this endeavor. An 11-page instruction booklet thoroughly answers the "why "questions, such as: Why are there holes in the skull? Why is the neck so short? Why do we call this dino "lizard-hipped"? Satisfaction comes when the job is done and the skeleton can be displayed on magnetic surfaces. The kit is designed to complement the Eyewitness book Dinosaur. --Sally James ... Read more

    Reviews (5)

    Class Project
    An excellent project for your child's school report. We purchased the Velociraptor kit for our 8 year old daughter not knowing what to expect. After opening the package my wife came up with a clever idea of pouring melted chocolate chips it into the dinosaur molds, instead of using the plaster mix. We experimented with white chocolate chips and created realistic looking dinosaur bones! We buried these edible bones in ground up Oreo Cookies. What a thrill to see our daughter's 2nd grade class excavate these delectible prehistoric fossils!

    Need to buy one for dad, too!!!
    I BOUGHT THIS FOR MY EIGHT YEAR OLD FOR CHRISTMAS WITH A BUNCH OF THE "WHATS POPULAR NOW" TOYS. THIS BY FAR IS THE TOY THAT HAS KEPT HIS ATTENTION FOR MORE THAN A FEW MINUTES. MORE LIKE NEARLY 2 HOURS THE FIRST TIME WE TOOK IT OUT. IT ALSO KEPT MY 6 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER AND THE EVERY ADVENTEROUS 4 YEAR OLD BUSY. I HAD TO KEEP DAD FROM DIGGING AND DUSTING OR ELSE THE KIDS WOULDN'T HAVE GOTTEN A TURN. AFTER FINDING THREE BONES - I TOLD THEM IT WAS TIME TO PUT IT AWAY AND SAVE IT FOR ANOTHER DAY. MY HUSBAND WOULDN'T QUIT FOR ANOTHER 30 MINUTES UNTIL THEY HAD FOUND AND UNEARTHED ONE MORE BONE. THEY HAVE MANY HOURS OF FUN LEFT WHICH IN RETURN WILL GIVE THEM AN ADDED BONUS--NOT ONLY ARE THEY HAVING FUN; BUT ARE LEARNING AT THE SAME TIME!! ONE CONSIDERATION IS THAT IT DOES SAY FOR AGES 8 AND ABOVE, BUT MY 4 YEAR OLD HAD HIS SUN GLASSES ON AND MANAGED QUITE WELL. HIS ONLY PROBLEM WAS GETTING DAD OUT OF THE WAY!!! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Now we are learning the names of the bones!
    My son (now almost 6) has been a dinosaur fanantic since the age of 2. He knows the names, where they lived, what they ate...you name it, he knows it! Or so we thought, until he got this for Christmas! After having a great time making and painting the "fossil" he read in the manual that each bone has it's own name--so now we're learning those as well! The only problem we have with it is when the smaller pieces get dropped on a hard surface they tend to break pretty easily. They are, however, also fixed easily with a dab of super glue.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This is my child's favorite toy!!
    This is rather amazing, as I didn't realize that my son was as interested in fossils and dinosaurs as he is. He is so thrilled with his project, we are now spending lots of time at the library finding all sorts of information pertaining to this subject. He seems to be more interested in all his subjects at school. What a surprise to all of us!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great toy for kids who like to build
    We loved this toy. It is a great project toy--something best suited for several leisurely days on the porch. We cast the mold one day, then painted the next day. We glued on our magnets a third day and later that day we built the dinosaur. (Magnets hold the beast together). My child is six so perhaps an older kid would have a longer concentration block, but doing a project in a series of steps is a great tool for those hours where some downtime is needed.

    The casting compound is the best I've used, much better than plaster of paris. ... Read more


    9. Land of the Dinosaurs 100-piece Puzzle
    list price: $10.99
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    Asin: B00004TQJM
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Ravensburger
    Sales Rank: 419
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    10. Dinosaur Play & Store Big Box

    Asin: B00005NVOV
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Action Products Intl.
    Sales Rank: 4486
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (3)

    The best box of dinosaurs I've ever purchased!
    This box of dinosaurs is great! My son and I play together with them for hours. He's learning what kind of diosaurs they are and you can see his imagination going wild every time he opens the box! The box is handy because you can take it with you wherever you feel like having some prehistoric fun. Not for kids under 3 as there are alot of small pieces. Definately a good buy for little ones that love dinosaurs!

    FUN FUN FUN
    THis toy was great, but basically the same as the Animal Planet Dinosaur playland. My son loved both of them. The other review here said it was just an empty box!!! Boy is she wrong. My box is packed full of fun dinosaurs! My 3 year old is in heaven!

    Wonderful Box
    My son has tons and tons of fun with the dino box. He stands on it, pushes it across the carpet, opens it up and looks for treasure, even hides in it. However he couldn't understand why, when he first opened it, there were no dinosaurs inside. I had to explain to him that it was just a dino box. He loves it anyways. ... Read more


    11. Power Touch Book: Grade 1: Science - Dinosaurs

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    Asin: B0002I91S2
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Fisher-Price
    Sales Rank: 4317
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    12. Cast & Paint T-Rex

    Asin: B00005TQGY
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Skullduggery
    Sales Rank: 8476
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    13. Dinosaurs & Things Board Game

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    Asin: B00000IZCS
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Aristoplay
    Sales Rank: 1678
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    This board game, which can be played at four different levelsof complexity, is a good way to introduce young kids to prehistoriclife on earth. It's played a bit like Candyland: You roll a die andmove your fossil playing piece over colored spaces. Progress around theboard coincides with the extraordinary evolution of dinosaurs thatroamed the planet as far back as 570 million years ago. As the animalsadapt and change, players can land on squares that advance their path("Develop lungs. Swim ahead three spaces.") or hold them back ("Bittenby Plesiosaurus. Paddle back two spaces."). When you land on acreature, collect the matching creature cutout and place it on itsskeleton on your side of the board. The winning player is the first tocollect all nine of his or her allotted cutouts. (In more advancedlevels of the game, players have to answer questions about the dinosaurbefore collecting the cutout.) --Tom Keogh ... Read more

    Reviews (4)

    Great intro to science, history, and dinosaurs
    We first saw this game at the NAGC (National Assoc for Gifted Children) conference this year and were intrigued. Our son is 4 and loves to play the game. We have all learned so much about the different eras and the history of the dinosaurs. Definitely recommended for children interested in science and/or dinosaurs. The different levels of questions allow the game to grow with the child.

    4-0 out of 5 stars This game is cool!
    By combining a puzzle with a game we found this to be really fun to play. My kids wanted to play it again and were thrilled to be able to answer more questions the more they played. My youngest child even caught me from behind and ended up beating me! The reading,web site and museum list in the instructions was a great added bonus. I would recommend this for any one who likes dinosaurs.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Could be fun if it wasn't so long!
    I bought this for my daughter (age 4) for Christmas, and she was thrilled to be getting her own game, and about dinosaurs, no less! Unfortunately her enthusiasm (and mine, my almost 6 year old son's, my husband's, and my mother-in-law's) quickly died out as we played. It is advertised as similar to Candyland, which it is. But unlike Candyland, there are very few ways to change the order of the players--once someone gets out in front, they stay there. Even playing at Level 1, when you don't have to answer the questions, it is just too long. And as for the questions...well, there is one question card for each area on the board. On the card is a question for each color on the die. So if everyone rolls the same color (which did happen when we played), then everyone gets the same question. So basically, we are pretty disappointed with the game. The best part about it seems to be fitting the dinosaur puzzle pieces into each side of the board.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best part about this game is the multi-level ability.
    My son is 5 and enjoys Level 1, and as he gets older it will still be exciting because there's more to learn. ... Read more


    14. Dinosaur 48-piece Jigsaw Puzzle

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    Asin: B00004R8LN
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Melissa & Doug
    Sales Rank: 2305
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (4)

    2-yr. old daughter LOVES matching 3D dinos to photos
    What a neat puzzle! My brother sent it for our daughter as a surprise and we all love the puzzle. Our 27-mo. old daughter adores dinosaurs and especially loves matching her 3D plastic dinosaurs to the pictures in this puzzle (we've left the plastic on for now so she can do this with ease). The colors are great and the dinosaurs depicted in a life-like (but not scary) manner. There are 13 different dinos pictures and they are all clearly labeled in the B&W picture that comes on a sheet on the back of the puzzle. Wonderful product.

    Excellent puzzle but quality could be better
    My son is nuts for this puzzle, which he got when he was 3 1/2 and is still nuts about at age 4. It's got so many different dinosaurs that it's very visually engaging. He never bothers to look at the "completed picture" to do puzzles so it didn't bother him that there isn't a color picture of what the puzzle should look like, just a black and white drawing.
    However, the very first time he played with this one of the pieces split slightly and the paper came off. A few days later another piece did the same thing. They need to use a higher quality plywood. However, he's been playing with it like crazy and none of the other pieces have split.

    Great toy for parent and child interaction
    I got this puzzle as a gift and it is the perfect size for a 3-4 year old. I find the small puzzles too easy and the really big ones too hard. He needs help on this puzzle, but can do a majority by himself. I would recommend this to any parent who likes to sit down and have a small project to do with a child.

    5-0 out of 5 stars My 3 year-old son loves this puzzle
    My three and a half year old loves dinosaurs, so this has been a big hit. For now, it is a great interactive toy, because he is not quite ready to put together the puzzle by himself, but seems to love to do it with me. I do not think he will get bored of it for quite some time as he learns to do more of it by himself.

    The puzzle does not include a color picture of the completed piece, which has not been a problem (I thought it might). However, it does come with a black and white outline of the picture glued on the bottom of the tray, which has numbers on each dinosaur and a corresponding number key telling you the proper name for each dinosaur (allosaurus, spinosaurus, etc.) pictured in the puzzle. I LOVE THAT!

    The puzzle pieces are color paper mounted on wood, and it comes with a wooden tray. So far, I give it marks for durability. ... Read more


    15. I Dig Dinosaurs Discovery Dig

    Asin: B00009AA5X
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Action Products Intl.
    Sales Rank: 10458
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (1)

    Fun & Educational
    This was a gift for my 4 year old, who loves dinosaurs. He really enjoyed wearing the protective glasses and chipping away the sand to uncover the dino bones! He needed a little help getting started. We tried to guess which dino we were finding as we chipped away. Once we uncovered it, we went online to get more information about the dinosaur that we found. It was fun and educational. We are saving the glasses and tools to explore other materials in our backyard. Cool gift for a future archeologist / palentologist. ... Read more


    16. I Dig Dinosaurs Triceratops Skull Excavation Adventure

    Asin: B000094VKO
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Action Products Intl.
    Sales Rank: 13895
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    17. Bonz Velociraptor (Small)

    Asin: B00000JX3K
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: BC Bones
    Sales Rank: 11316
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Among the smartest of the dinosaurs who roamed the earth 65 million years ago, Velociraptors were also deadly predators who hunted in packs to satisfy their carnivorous diet. Made from Baltic birch, the 62 interlocking pieces in this kit require no hardware or glue to assemble. An excellent exercise in shape recognition and spatial reasoning, assembling the puzzle requires patience and careful attention to detail and, possibly, the assistance of an adult. But the rewards are great as you transform a pile of scattered "bones" into an impressive scale replica of a Velociraptor skeleton. Once the puzzle is assembled, you can leave it standing as a display piece, or disassemble it for future use. A wooden "rock hammer" and sandpaper have been included to aid in the assembly process, but you may pick up a few splinters putting this wooden puzzle together if you're not careful. An educational dinosaur booklet and scientific fact file have been included along with assembly instructions and an excavation site map. Measures 21 inches tall by 36 inches long.--Chris Burns ... Read more

    Reviews (2)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great Together-time activity!
    My 5 year old's grandfather bought this for him and the three of us put it together! He could help identify the major pieces but I had to find the pieces that went together for the most part. He loved tapping on the pieces with the little hammer after I would stick them together to make sure they were together. He keeps it in his room and refuses to take it apart. The only downfall is that the legs easily fall off when it tips over and I have to put it back together. Not a big deal! I plan on getting him the T-rex for Christmas this year!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing and scary
    This is a great toy I may take it from my son and put it in my office. It looks vicious, like it's going to walk over and bite at any second. fun to put together and solid as a rock. Cool wood, too. my son won't let it out his room. it took a while to put together but not too long. ... Read more


    18. I Dig Dinosaurs T-Rex Skull Excavation Adventure

    Asin: B000094VKP
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Action Products Intl.
    Sales Rank: 4740
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    19. Dino Adventure Activity Kit

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    Asin: B00005BMP4
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Lauri
    Sales Rank: 2936
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    20. I Dig Dinosaurs Dino Dig Play Day

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    Asin: B000094VKM
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Action Products Intl.
    Sales Rank: 7394
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