Preparing For Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is heading into theaters on June 22nd, which sparked a whole new interest of dinosaurs in children like my daughter. No matter what your child’s age or gender, there is a product out there to help them grow their love of dinosaurs. My daughter quickly became obsessed with baby dinosaurs, so what better way to get her interested than an “I Dig It! Dinos T. Rex Egg Excavation Kit” where she could dig up her very own baby T-Rex? The “Huggers T-Rex Stuffed Animals” are also perfect for her because she can bring her favorite toy with her wherever she goes! For younger children, like my nephew, Dolce’s Plush Dinosaur is an adorable toy perfect for developing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. It is fairly large, so it is the perfect grow-with-me toy! Of course I couldn’t leave my godchild (8 years old) out of the prehistoric fun; the Magformers Dino Tego is a super cool way for him to create his very own moveable dino! Are you and your family ready for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom? Don’t miss out on these adorable dino-themed toys to get your kids ready!20180611_194328.jpg

Magformers Dino TegoWatch out! Magformers Dino Tego is ready for action. Click, connect and create this Jurassic beast using new Magformers Tego accessories. This super cool Stegosaurus comes with Magformers squares, rectangles and dinosaur accessories allowing kids create a moveable dinosaur! Great for ages 3 and up.

Dolce’s Plush Dinosaur Dolce’s Plush Dinosaur is perfect for simulating your child’s tactile and auditory senses. This cute Dino character has its own Dolce teether, bright contrasting colors in interesting fabrics and its own dragonfly friend. Your child’s tactile senses will awaken when they feel the brightly-colored ribbons and crinkle feet. Designed specifically with newborns and young children in mind, the Dolce Dinosaur has a soft velour body that is perfect for cuddling. As your child holds the Dino he looks up at them in a loving, caring way. The waterfall rattle in their tummy and ribbon neck help develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Pull the Dinosaur’s dragonfly friend and feel the gentle vibrations. Watch as your child improves their hand eye coordination by feeling the rattle and crinkle in the Dinosaurs feet. 

I Dig It! Dinos T. Rex Egg Excavation KitExcavate a realistic replica of a fossilized baby Tyrannosaurus rex, just like a real paleontologist. Use the hammer and chisel to dig the baby fossil out of an egg made of soft plaster. Like a real researcher, you will have to work carefully and methodically. The kit includes the baby dinosaur replica buried in an egg-shaped plaster block, excavation tools, and a descriptive manual.

Huggers T-Rex Stuffed AnimalExcavate a realistic replica of a fossilized baby Tyrannosaurus rex, just like a real paleontologist. Use the hammer and chisel to dig the baby fossil out of an egg made of soft plaster. Like a real researcher, you will have to work carefully and methodically. The kit includes the baby dinosaur replica buried in an egg-shaped plaster block, excavation tools, and a descriptive manual.

*I RECEIVED THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE FOR FREE IN RETURN FOR AN UNBIASED REVIEW. I ONLY REVIEW AND RECOMMEND PRODUCTS OR SERVICES THAT I HAVE USED PERSONALLY. I AM DISCLOSING THIS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION’S 16 CFR, PART 255: “GUIDES CONCERNING THE USE OF ENDORSEMENTS AND TESTIMONIALS IN ADVERTISING”. THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS POST ARE ENTIRELY MY OWN*
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  1. These are super cool toys that my kids would love. They are fans of Jurassic World. I let them watch the first 2 sequels of the movie some year before we learn that this new movie is coming up. We are all excited to see this movie as a family.

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  2. Gosh, I love them and I know my kids would too! We love Jurassic Park, from the originals to the new one… We can’t wait to see the latest in the series! x

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