The Kids Will Love This Easter Basket Featuring The Adventures of Jurassic Pet DVD
Want to give the kids a little different Easter Basket then try this idea. We don’t want to feel them a bunch of candy but we do want the kids to like it. Maybe they are getting a little older and do not want a regular basket or the basket part just does not matter in your house. The Adventures of Jurassic Pet DVD is a good place to start since it is released April 16 so you know it is new.
First start with a backpack, anyone will do but if you can find The Adventures of Jurassic Pet one that would make this perfect. Buy some Easter grass and put a layer on the inside of the backpack. Now what goes inside to make it special. Well of course the movie! That is what makes this basket a hit with the kids.
Now add things about dinosaurs, like gummies that are dinosaur shaped. Then find some other small toys to put in the backpack. Try the dinosaur eggs that hatch in the water, since they are egg shaped even better! Put some candy inside your basket/backpack and you are ready. If you could find a chocolate dinosaur that would be fun!
You can do this with almost any movie or game so use your imagination.
Sit down with the kids to enjoy this fun family movie. The Adventure of Jurassic Pet is a super cute movie that the whole family will enjoy.
An adventurous teen summon the courage to help a friendly dinosaur escape the clutches of a mad scientist. The Adventures of Jurassic Pet is arriving on DVD, Digital, and On Demand April 16th.
Stars include David Fletcher-Hall, Kyler Beck, and Ben Hall star in this live action adventure. The Dove Foundation has awarded the Dove Seal of Approval for all ages.
The Adventures of Jurassic Pet is the fourth film from The Jurassic Games director Ryan Bellgardt, a Never Ending Story-meets-Jurassic Park-style drama, which sees an adventurous teenager who summons the courage to help a friendly dinosaur escape from the clutches of a mad scientist who wants to use him for experimentations. Chris Hoyt, Jerome Reygner-Kalfon and Sebastien Semon wrote.