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What to know: Packs some meaningful important messages about friendship, teamwork and accepting those who are different.
Recommended age 3-6
23 minutes
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Dinotrux is about trucks that are like dinosaurs. The bad guy is a dinosaur truck who is a bully and doesn't want to share and doesn't want to be friends. We learned that the good trucks stood up to the bullies. They all stood up to the bullies together. We liked the red guy and the little tiny small green guy. They are the good guys. We liked it a lot, and we want to watch it again.
Although this has a slightly slow take off in the first show, it packs some meaningful important messages for young children. The characters are fun and entertaining and the message of friendship and teamwork is a strong focus of the three shows in the first season. Yes, there is a bully in the first show and he doesn't exactly become a friend but it does teach that teamwork, friendship and sticking together can win. I like that it also shows that it is good to make friends with those who are different than you and I believe this is an important lesson for children of all ages to learn. As most of us know, we aren't born hating those who are different than ourselves. It is, in fact, something that is learned. This series has entertaining value and meaningful social lessons and I highly recommend it. I give it 4 stars and recommend for ages 4 to 9.
Welcome to a world of giant creatures that are half dinosaur, half truck. Meet Ty Rux, a massive Tyrannosaurus Trux, and his best friend Revvit, a razor-sharp Reptool. Different species join forces for the first time ever to build a bigger, better world and battle back against the biggest and baddest of all: D-Structs, who threatens to wreck everything they've built.
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