Did Dinosaurs Play Hide and Seek?

RPR Studios Releases Third Episode of Recess Research Series

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Clifton Park, NY (PRWEB) July 17, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVxPRbyGDww

Friendly Dinosaurs playing hide and seek with cave children is the premise of the animated short Hide and Seek, just released by RPR Studios.

In Hide and Seek, the host, Red the Kid Archeologist, indicates that his team has found evidence that the first games of hide and seek were played during the Jurassic era. He then takes the viewers back in time where the Recess Research Kids show this to be true and teach the basic rules of the game.

The animated short is the third in the “Recess Research” series on the RPR Youth channel on YouTube. The goal of the series is to teach children some of the basic childhood games that they may have missed in today’s world of video games and limited school recess.

The Recess Research series was developed as a result of the concerns over child fitness. The first short in the series, TAG, was inspired by an nine-year-old girl in Pennsylvania who was concerned about no longer being able to play tag at recess. It was followed by the episode Hot Lava, which takes place in ancient Pompeii and now Hide and Seek. There is more to come.

RPR Studios (RPR) is a production company dedicated to developing and producing quality content for various platforms of distribution including theatrical, digital and television. In so doing, the company looks to develop new creative talent and build a loyal audience. RPR was founded in 2012.


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