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Tinosaurs

Dinosaurs never went extinct, they adapted and evolved into adorable and curious little creatures still living among us today. Join the Tinosaurs as they introduce and apply basic concepts including colors, shapes, numbers, letter recognition, sound recognition, vocabulary, rudimentary mathematics, special relationships, teamwork, and problem solving.

Program Schedule
See what time Tinosaurs is playing!
PRESCHOOL BASICS
8:30 AM - 8:59 AM
8:40 AM
BREAKFAST CLUB
9:00 AM - 10:59 AM
10:52 AM
PRESCHOOL BASICS
1:00 PM - 1:29 PM
1:23 PM
PRESCHOOL BASICS
5:30 PM - 5:59 PM
5:40 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Tinosaurs fosters thinking and observational skills, along with the practice of relational concepts.
  • Using small sets helps young children develop number awareness and simple counting.
  • Around the age of two, children are able to count from 1-10.
  • At 18 months, children can start recognizing different colors.
Program Educational Values
  • Enhancing cognitive skills and prepositional concepts.
  • Recognizing shapes
  • Counting from 1-5
  • Acquiring relativity concepts
  • Naming colors