April 18, 2016

Dinosaur Train App Giveaway!

Read the giveaway details below and enter to win!

Do you have an environmentally-friendly home and lifestyle? If you turn off the water faucet in-between brushing, use LED light bulbs, recycle, grow your own food or have a compost, you’re well on your way to teaching your kids how to love this gracious and beautiful planet Earth. Earth Day is on April 22 and it’s a day to celebrate the Earth, its resources and nature, as well as commit “green” acts like planting fresh new trees. We also use this day to learn more about ways we can keep our planet safe, happy and resource-full.

It is never too early to start teaching children the importance of keeping our planet clean and learning how to reduce, reuse and recycle. With a little guidance and encouragement, kids can get creative helping and celebrating the earth this Earth Day.

Introduce your kids to Dinosaur Train, a popular PBS KIDS series we at Kiddie Academy sponsor. Dinosaur Train sparks children’s interest in life science and natural history. As they explore a variety of animals, children develop the inquiry skills and knowledge needed to help them think, talk and act like paleontologists.

Dinosaur Train has a deep commitment to inspiring its viewing audience and:

Dinosaur Train is great for kids who love Earth science and focuses on teaching important concepts in attention and listening, ecology and environment, geology, and much more.

To celebrate Earth Day; we’re giving away Dinosaur Train apps to a select group of families who subscribe to our Parenting Essentials newsletter, or reaffirm their existing Parenting Essentials newsletter subscription by filling out this form. Whether you’re subscribing for the first time, or confirming your existing subscription, fill out this form and you’ll be entered to win a free app! You can also fill out the form embedded below:

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