Dinosaur Train Halloween Costumes and a Book #Giveaway

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Dinosaur train fans can get into the Halloween spirit with this spectacular Dinosaur Train Halloween fun. Halloween is right around the corner, and The Jim Henson Company and Dinosaur Train have all the right ingredients for some spooky fun holiday.

Mark your calendars for Halloween episode fun with “Haunted Roundhouse” and “Big Pond Pumpkin Patch” to air during the week of October 15, October 22 and on October 31!

In Haunted Roundhouse, dad takes the kids on a special Night Train to Troodon Town, where the Troodons have decorated their Roundhouse into a “haunted house” for a spooky party. The kids end up meeting a strange new nocturnal creature – a mammal named Vlad Volaticotherium, who was hiding in the roundhouse trying to get some sleep. And in Big Pond Pumpkin Patch, the Pteranodon family learns more about the customs of their neighbors, the Lambeosaurus family, when they are invited for the first time to accompany them to the Big Pond to celebrate “Gourd Day” – a kind of Mesozoic Halloween. The kids see their first pumpkins, and Larry Lambeosaurus even shows our family how to hollow them out and carve faces into them.

Watch these Halloween themed episodes from Dinosaur Train to air on PBS Kids® Check your local listings for times.

Have you been searching for Buddy and Tiny costumes? These adorable dinosaur costumes are available for kids from California Costume Collections.

Each Dinosaur Train costume is made up of soft fabric to enhance comfort while wearing them, and created in vibrant colors and realistic design patterns to make toddlers look and feel like a dinosaur train character!

The colorful Buddy costume includes the orange colored T-Rex jumpsuit, Buddy the dinosaur hood, and the shoe covers. The colorful Tiny costume includes the green colored Pteranodon jumpsuit, Tiny the dinosaur hood, and green shoe covers.

Both costumes are available for toddlers ages 3-4, and children ages 4-6. SRP: $34.99 – $39.99.

Costumes are available at various retail locations and online stores across the U.S.
A list of online stores can be found here: http://californiacostumes.com/locations

After a long day of Trick or Treating its always nice to cuddle up with a good book. Dinosaur train fans will love the “spooktacular” fun with The Spooky Scavenger Hunt.

In this Dinosaur train adventure Mr. Pteranodon takes Buddy and Tiny on a nighttime trip to the Big Pond for a spooky nature walk! Mr. Pteranodon and the conductor insist they can’t be scared, but when the conductor’s mom jumps out at them, everyone gets a good scare!

This simple storybook is perfect for read-aloud fun!
Ages 4 – 8; SRP $3.99.

~ * ~ GIVEAWAY ~ * ~

WIN IT: I have a Dinosaur Train BUDDY Costume (Dinosaur in Orange) and Dinosaur Train Halloween book Giveaway for one lucky Reader. The Buddy Costume is size 4-6 (large). (no exchanges or refunds-this is the only size available) Note costumes sometimes run small

Giveaway open to U.S residents 18+. Ends 10/15!! Shipping your costume in time for Halloween!

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Disclosure: Nothing provided for the promotion of Dinosaur train costume and book giveaway. I occasionally share awesome promotions with my readers because I know they will love it. I love working with Dinosaur train and have had a long standing relationship.

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39 Responses

  1. Dameon Schirer says:

    We just go to my sons school to trick or treat.

  2. Sandy VanHoey says:

    I go to school with my grandson for his party then we go out trick or treating in the neighborhood in the evening

  3. We usually just go trick-or-treating.

  4. Heather S. says:

    Our neighbors all get together and let the kids trick or treat as one big group!

  5. Carla G says:

    we go trick or treating in “the” neighborhood

  6. Stephanie O'Malley says:

    We usually dress up and trick or treat in our neighborhood

  7. Heather S says:

    We trick or treat around our neighborhood!

  8. Audra Weathers says:

    We don’t have any traditions (yet). My daughter is three, so we were thinking of trick-or-treating this year. She told us she wants to go as a dinosaur this year, so now we have a cool costume in mind even if we don’t win. 🙂

  9. Debbie Jackson says:

    a halloween parade debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  10. Jenny Sims says:

    We’re looking for a new tradition this year! My neighborhood doesn’t have streetlamps, so Halloween is a little underwhelming. 🙂

  11. D Schmidt says:

    We usually have our own party with friends that also have young children.

  12. Janet W. says:

    We usually take the grandchildren around the neighborhood. Lots of wonderful decorations to see and it’s nice being close to home.

  13. Ashley S says:

    Our local nursing home decorates their rooms and gives out candy!

  14. Ellie W says:

    We usually trick or treat around the neighborhood and take the kids to the school carnival.

  15. Ashley says:

    Oh my goodness! My son loves DT! He’s only 2, so we’re building new traditions. This will be the first year to trick or treat. =)

  16. Rita O'Neal says:

    There is a specific neighborhood we go trick or treating in our town every year.

  17. Annmarie W. says:

    My hubby has always taken the kids out trick or treating, and I’m the nice lady at the door with the candy. I’m not too fond of Halloween, but we decorate for the kids.

  18. brooke says:

    We do a harvest party at our church and trick or treating in family neighborhoods.

  19. Cassandra Eastman says:

    We usually go down the street, and then to local businesses!

  20. Carla says:

    We usually just go to a few houses in the area and 1 of the local sports facility has a trick or treat event the weekend before!