My daughter loves Dinosaur Train. Tiny has been her favorite since the very first time she saw the show. I love sitting and watching Dinosaur Train with her because it is such an educational show that teaches so much.
When we were given the chance try out a Tiny costume for Halloween, Willow was very excited.
The Dinosaur Train costumes, from California Costume, available in Tiny or Buddy, come is 2 sizes, 3/4 and 4/6. The Tiny costume includes the jumpsuit, shoe covers and character hood.
The costume is extra soft and light weight. The head, which attaches under the chin with Velcro, leaves the face clear so your little one can easily see but still looks super cute. The arms have great pteranodon wings for flying around the sidewalks on Halloween night. It makes the perfect complete Dinosaur Train costume.
And for those who want to make Dinosaur Train Costumes for themselves: Halloween Costumes to Make at Home!
For sew and no-sew options, visit this link: http://www.pbs.org/parents/dinosaurtrain/costume
And to see a video of the sew version, click this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QANroqbPing
Be sure to look for look for The Spooky Scavenger Hunt book, a Dinosaur Train book, from Penguin Young Readers Group . Join Tiny and Buddy, along with Mr. Pteranodon and the Conductor as they take the night train on a scavenger hunt using their senses to find things at the Big Pond.
And don’t forget to watch Halloween themed episodes from Dinosaur Train to air on PBS Kids®
Haunted Roundhouse and Big Pond Pumpkin Patch to air during the week of October 15, October 22 and on October 31 – check local listings.
In Haunted Roundhouse, dad takes the kids on a special Night Train to Troodon Town, where the Troodons have decorated their Roundhouse into a “haunted house” for a spooky party. The kids end up meeting a strange new nocturnal creature – a mammal named Vlad Volaticotherium, who was hiding in the roundhouse trying to get some sleep. And in Big Pond Pumpkin Patch, the Pteranodon family learns more about the customs of their neighbors, the Lambeosaurus family, when they are invited for the first time to accompany them to the Big Pond to celebrate “Gourd Day” – a kind of Mesozoic Halloween. The kids see their first pumpkins, and Larry Lambeosaurus even shows our family how to hollow them out and carve faces into them.
And now 2 lucky US readers can win a “The Spooky Scavenger Hunt” book to share with their little one. Contest ends October 17th 11:59 pm est.