Most kids at some time or another go through a dinosaur-loving stage. They want to learn about dinosaurs, play with dinosaur toys, cuddle with soft dinosaur plushies, play dinosaur games…and on and on and on. Is your child one of those kids who just can’t get enough of dinosaurs? If so, check out these games and toys. From soft dino plushies to dino games to dino Legos and K’Nex, you’ll find something to please your dino lover!
Aurora World Dinosaurs have great design details and feature the most popular dinosaur species. Colorful plush in mixed textures make these prehistoric creatures truly unique. Top quality materials are used for durability and product safety measures include lock-washer eyes. Aurora World is an industry leader with over 30 years of experience designing and manufacturing innovative, high quality plush products.
T-rex rules! Adventure and excitement follow this dramatic dino into any environment. The bold colors and "roaring" design combine with top-quality construction and attention to detail to make this plush T-rex lovable on a prehistoric scale!
Where do dinosaurs rest after roaming the prehistoric wild in search of ancient adventures? We think a lava-spewing volcano is a fitting home for this plush pack of 5 diminutive dinos, and they do, too! Zip the dino friends and , grab the clever carrying strap, and this great take-along toy can go anywhere for imaginative fun. Handcrafted
Rather than buy and trade properties, players buy and trade dinosaur species. “Purists” might be miffed that some non-dinosaurs like the Pterosaur are considered dinosaurs, but that shouldn’t take away from the fun. On the “property” cards, players will find information about the dinosaur species that they purchased. Instead of Community Chest and and Chance cards, players will pick Herbivore and Carnivore cards. Rather than landing on a railroad, players find themselves landing on a dig site, and since there were no utilities or taxes during any prehistoric period when dinosaurs lived, players may end up landing on spaces marked “Watering Hole” or “Asteroid Crash.” Players choose one of six tokens: a dinosaur egg, a footprint, a skeleton, a T-Rex skull, a Triceratops skull and a claw. For ages 8 and up
If you are familiar with the game Candyland, then you have the basic idea for how this game is played. Players take turns rolling a die and moving along a path of colored squares. Squares can direct players to move back or move forward a certain number of spaces. The fun for dinosaur lovers is in the details. The tokens players can choose from are different fossils and the path players move their tokens around is a path through time. It starts in the era when dinosaurs first roamed the eary about 570 million years ago. As the players move forward, they move through the different dinosaur eras: Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous. The reasons for moving backward and forward spaces include reasons like “Develop lungs. Swim ahead three spaces” and “Bitten by Plesiosaurus. Paddle back two spaces.” Each side of the board has 9 openings for cutouts. As players land on a creature, they collect a cutout and put in in the appropriate opening. The first player to collect all nine cutouts wins. Players have to answer questions correctly to collect the cutout. Each card has three levels of questions, so more knowledgeable kids can play along with less knowledgeable kids. This was one of my son’s favorite games when he was young. Ages 4-10
Have fun with the awesome T. Rex, featuring a dark-green and beige color scheme, bright orange eyes, posable joints and head, large claws and an opening mouth with pointed teeth. Also includes the dinosaur prey in the form of a buildable rib cage. Rebuild this 3-in-1 LEGO Creator mighty dinosaurs 6175243 to create a Triceratops or a Pterodactyl.
Use your wild imagination and build your own versions of dinosaurs with the K’NEX Beasts Alive Tri-Stego Building Set.
The K’NEX Beasts Alive Tri-Stego Building Set comes with 214 colorful and durable classic pieces. These K’NEX rods and connectors attach to build a triceratops with moving body parts.
A battery-powered motor is included in this set to operate the motorized chomping models. Your kids can watch their creations come to life!
Build and rebuild two additional chomping and stampeding dinosaurs using this set. Just download the instructions online and follow the easy step-by-step building guidelines.
All K’NEX parts are proudly made in the U.S. and are guaranteed to last for a lifetime of fun. This engineering educational toy is suited for children ages 7 and up.
Promote your kids’ development of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) concepts by igniting their natural curiosity and creativity. Building with K’NEX helps children understand STEAM subjects. Let them design, construct, and customize their own K’NEX Beasts Alive Dinosaurs and enjoy hours of prehistoric fun!
This Jurassic vegetarian had a skull so large that it took up a third of its entire body! Realistically sculpted with three horns and backward-pointing frill, it's sure to shock and awe garden visitors as they discover a prehistoric gem patrolling your flower bed. Our Design Toscano prehistoric replica Triceratops dinosaur sculpture is cast in quality designer resin and hand-painted with powerfully convincing color and texture to be as faithful as possible to the form of its ancient species. Visitors will admire your creative prehistoric garden style as our Triceratops sculpture makes a Late Cretaceous statement! Another quality Design Toscano-exclusive dinosaur sculpture! 33½"Wx13"Dx13"H. 12 lbs.
Tuscano has many different dinosaur statues you can put in your yard and garden. While these aren’t exactly toys, they can make a great addition to a garden that little dino lovers will love to care for.
Most kids at some time or another go through a dinosaur-loving stage. They want to learn about dinosaurs, play with dinosaur toys, cuddle with soft dinosaur plushies, play dinosaur games...and on and on and on. Is your child one of those kids who just can't get enough of dinosaurs?...
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