Dinosaur Toy – Digfer Discovers The Dinosaur Train TV Show

It was the morning after Christmas as the sun peaked through the window shade of Little G’s bedroom and cast some light on his brand new dinosaur bedding and his new dinosaur toys. Little G was still very tired from all of the excitement from the day before, but he jumped out of bed and grabbed one of his new toy dinosaurs named Digfer that he had just received as a Christmas present. He headed down the hallway to turn on his favorite TV channel . . . PBS Kids. The theme song of his favorite TV show Dinosaur Train came on and he smiled and held his new dinosaur toy Digfer by his side so that he could see too. This was to be Digfer’s first time to meet all of Little G’s animated friends, including the Conductor, Mr. and Mrs. Pteranodon, Tiny, Shiny, Don and Buddy. Digfer the toy dinosaur watched the educational dinosaur TV show and learned all about his species, which just so happened to be the same as Buddy. Both Buddy and Digfer were known as Tyrannosaurus Rex, or T-rex.

Digfer the toy dinosaur was excited to learn more about his and other species of dinosaur. Little G explained to Digfer that every day the Dinosaur Train travels through a time tunnel to the Jurassic, Triassic, or Cretaceous time periods and Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don go on adventures to learn about new species of dinosaurs.

Being a brand new dinosaur toy, Digfer had many things to learn, so Little G spent countless hours telling him about the things he had already learned by watching the show. He shared the dinosaur names and facts about the Argentinosaurus, Stegosaurus, Pteranodon, Troodon, Stygimolochs, Corythosaurus, Triceratops, T.Rex, Quadruped, Peteinosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Giganotosaurus, Deinonychus, Spinosaurus, Ornithomimus, Velociraptor, Microraptor, Parasaurolophus, Allosaurus, Cryolophosaurus, Einiosuarus, Hespernornis, Archeopteryx, Lesothosaurus, Einiosaurus, Hesperornis, Proganochelys, Eoraptor, Amargasaurus, Iguanodon, Kentrosaurus, Lambeosaurus, Therizinosaurus, Masiakasaurus, Euoplocephalus, Daspletosaurus, Maiasaura, Styracosaurus, Elasmosaurus, Cretoxyrhina, Michelinoceras, and Pliosaurus. Little G’s parents were amazed at his ability to memorize dinosaur names and the wealth of scientific knowledge that he had already learned just by watching the Dinosaur Train TV Show. It was obvious to them that dinosaur toys for kids were going to be a big hit.

Little G considered himself to be a young paleontologist since he knew a little bit about all of these species from his dinosaur learning toys and was eager to learn more. He learned interesting information and facts about dinosaurs from Dr. Scott the Paleontologist during the Dinosaur Train TV Show. Digfer and Little G watched the Dinosaur Train TV show every day, learning more and more about dinosaur species and enjoying every minute of it. Although Little G had many new stuffed dinosaur toys that he had received for Christmas, Digfer the big dinosaur toy was his absolute favorite; it was the start of a wonderful friendship and they would share many adventures and stories to come with his other dinosaur toys for toddlers.

Check out one of the Dinosaur Train Youtube Videos…

And don’t forget the Dinosaur A to Z Song!

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