Friday, April 5, 2013

Dino Twitter Party with Safari Ltd.

Do you and your kids love dinos? If so, you won't want to miss out on this super fun dino-themed Twitter party with Safari Ltd.! We'll be chatting, sharing some amazing activity ideas, and giving out prizes!  But don't worry if you can't attend this time around. You will also have an opportunity to win in a giveaway at the bottom of this post!

Safari Ltd. Dinos, twitter party, giveaway

And Safari Ltd. knows a thing or two about dinosaurs! They have had a license agreement with Carnegie Museum of Natural History to produce scale-model dinosaurs for over 25 years! All of their replicas are intricately hand-painted and some of the Carnegie dinos take up to 20 different steps.

 The Party Details:

  • The Safari Ltd. Dino Twitter Party will be from 9-10pm EST on Tuesday, April 9
  • Follow #educationalplay
  • Follow your hosts @SafariLtd and @ChildhoodBeckon
  • By participating, you are consenting to the use of your Twitter ID and responses for promotional purposes. 
  • Prizes are limited to the residents of the US and Canada.
  • RSVP below to let us know you'll be attending.


RSVP:

The Giveaway:


Increase your chances of winning a prize whether you can attend or not! This giveaway is for your choice of one Safari Ltd. Dino TOOB or replica. To enter, just fill out the easy form below.

The only mandatory entry is to pick the prize you'd choose if you win and tell me in a comment on this blog post. You can see some of the many options you have to choose from by taking a look at the Safari Ltd. Dinosaurs Collection.

This giveaway is open to the residents of the US and Canada only. By entering to win you are agreeing to my giveaway rules. Thank you so much for entering and good luck to everyone!

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25 comments:

  1. I'd pick the T-Rex

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  2. I have a great dino-dig activity that I'm DYING to try with my kiddos! If I won, I'd pick the Dinosaur Skulls TOOB!!

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  3. My daughter likes to pretend she is a T-Rex so I would have to pick that one!

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  4. We would love Dino Babies Toob!!! Perfect for our Dinosaur Unit study!

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  5. I have been flipping through my catalog for the last half hour trying to decide which one I want the most and the one that I kep comming to was the Giganotosaurus. I think he would make a nice addition to our already huge collection :) I love the colors they make him realy stand out and he looks so fierce makes me kinda glad that I wount be seeing this big guy face to face outside of safari's awesome replica that is anyways :)

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  6. So hard to pick just one but really like the Oviraptor Mother

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  7. I'd pick the Wild Safari Tyrannosaurus Rex

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  8. I'd pick the dino babies! :)

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  9. I'd love the Wildlife Wonder Asian Elephant

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  10. I would pick dino babies for my girls

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  11. I would pick dino babies for my girls

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  12. My daughter would like the baby triceratops that comes in the egg

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  13. My 3 yr old really loves the dino dig at our local Museum of Science and History . I know he would love the Dinosaur Skull Toob. I think It would be fun to put them in his sandbox and let him find them.

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  14. I like the Brachiosaurus http://reigningreplicas.com/collection/collectionproductlist?collection_id=8&group_id=3&productid=410701

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    Tyrannosaurus rex http://reigningreplicas.com/collection/collectionproductlist?collection_id=8&group_id=3&productid=400101

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  15. id pick trex my boys love him @bwillequer30

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  16. Apatosaurus it would be great to get kids to read books about them.

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  17. I'd pick the Wooly Mammoth replica.
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  18. I'm pregnant and my son really loves anything mama and baby right now so I would choose the Maiasaura with Nest! @loucheryl

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