Dinosaur Train Jurassic Junior

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Dinosaur Train Jurassic Junior


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**Now Available in English and Spanish****Parents' Choice Award Winner -- Silver Honor!** Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic, Jr.!, is a unique, bilingual app from the hit PBS KIDS show, Dinosaur Train. It is designed to help preschoolers develop valuable math skills as they play with shape puzzles, pan balances, sorting and counting activities.
Games:
•Track StarsUse geometric shapes to build train cars, then decorate your train, add passengers, and watch it drive down the track!
•Bridge BuilderHelp build bridges so the dinosaurs can get around Troodon Town! Drag your finger to measure the distance between two points, then choose the two sets of logs that equal the right length to complete the bridge.
•Chow TimeAdd food to the scale until it’s balanced to feed the hungry dinosaurs! When you’ve got it right, watch them chow down.
•All-Star SortingThe dinosaurs want to go to their houses! Put the dinosaurs in order by height to get them to the house they belong to.
ABOUT DINOSAUR TRAIN
DINOSAUR TRAIN, produced by The Jim Henson Company, airs weekdays on PBS KIDS (check local listings). The TV series encourages basic scientific thinking skills as the audience learns about life science, natural history and paleontology. The program features Buddy, and adorable preschool age Tyrannosaurus rex, and his adoptive Pteranodon family as they board the Dinosaur Train and embark on whimsical voyages through prehistoric jungles, swamps, volcanoes and oceans. Visit the website at http://pbskids.org/dinosaurtrain.
Now that Troodon Town is ready, it is time for the Classic in the Jurassic, Jr games! Join the competing teams using your math skills to measure, compare and sort your way to victory with seven free math games! http://pbskids.org/dinosaurtrain/games/classic.html
The contents of this app were developed under a cooperative agreement #PRU295A100025, from the U.S. Department of Education. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.