Globe-Toddlers Adventures in France! DVD

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Tot Talk’s DVD series entertains and educates young children about the bigger world around them, exposing them to cultures, language, and regional music. Children will grow to love differences and diversity at an early age while becoming competent global ambassadors.

With 55+ words in French and English, Adventures in France DVD will help your child’s vocabulary expand.

Cow, mouse, frog, hedgehog and rooster puppets engage their audience from s… More >>

Price: $19.99

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5 Responses to “Globe-Toddlers Adventures in France! DVD”

  1. matavai says:

    I am a new Dad from France and I wanted to find some DVDs for my children to add to their French and to show them more about France, while in another country.

    I bought the Adventures in France DVD, and my kids went berserk over it! They laugh and want to watch it repetitively. I found some of it funny too. The French speaker’s accent is perfectly French. Also neat is the music played throughout the DVD. It is all French and refreshingly not just children’s songs. Many classical songs are incorporated by Couperin, Bizet and our favorite in the DVD – otherwise known as the “Can-Can”. I recommend this for any parent seeking to introduce their children to French or after observing my kids, any parent that wants their children to be entertained (and learn). I ordered Tot Talk’s Adventures in Mexico DVD which is also in French, after seeing how much this one was loved.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. PMA says:

    We loved this the minute we started watching it. The puppets are unbelievably cute and my kids particularly found the cow and mouse funny. They love the chicken/rooster’s cocorico sound and always laugh. It is educational and I hear my kids repeating words. It is engaging and my kids both watch it all the way through every time. This is the preferred video in the house.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Along the same lines as their Mexico DVD, Tot Talk has this introduction to the culture, language, and music of France. It aims for a childrens audience with colorful, relevant visual stimuli, but never insults its target demographic. Sophisticated musical accompaniment from a plethora of French composers is abundant (though they seem to have omitted my favorite- Camille Saint-Saens, but I digress). Highly recommended for any one whose kids show an interest in or may contemplate travel to France. And a great resource for both teachers, schools, and school-related projects, too!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. mdeivy says:

    I bought this and the Globe Toddlers Mexico dvd to expose my girls to French. (The one on Mexico can be played in several languages. This one just French and English). They love watching it. If your child likes Baby Einstein, they will probably like this as well. It shows different areas of the country to teach about culture, but shows short clips with puppets like Baby Einstein.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. H. Ford says:

    Very colorful and full of all of the stimuli that excite and entertain young ones. A good way to introduce them to the music, culture, fashion, etc. etc. of France with a smattering of French language thrown in. Makes a good companion to the Globe Toddlers Mexico DVD.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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