Globe-Toddlers Adventures in Mexico! DVD

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With 115+ words in English, Spanish, French and Chinese Mandarin, your child will build his/her vocabulary in the language(s) of choice.

Don’t miss this Globe-Toddlerâ„¢ adventure, the second of a series of educational DVDs for toddlers and preschoolers. Mexico is diverse and fascinating. The country has sandy beaches, dense jungles, vast deserts, big cities, small towns, thriving farms, music, colorful arts, and exotic animals with eight legs, four legs,… More >>

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

  1. Uy Ut says:

    My son absolutely adores this video (and the French one). It’s a great introduction to objects in Spanish and English. I highly recommend it for toddlers and younger.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I thought there would be a story but instead it was like baby e.’s and other dvd’s that display an object and say what it is. It’s not as entertaining as I had hoped it would be.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. Homemaker says:

    I’m very happy with this dvd, Adventures in Mexico. My 3 yr old son loves watching this and I feel good that he is learning vocabulary while he is entertained. I like that my son repeats the spoken words of the video and talks to me about what is happening on the screen, unlike when he just zones out in front of a cartoon or movie. It’s filled with vocabulary on topics that he is interested in at this age like soccer & iguanas. I really get a kick out of him learning words in other languages too. I hope those scientists are right that it’s easier to learn languages, if you hear a 2nd language as a child.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. S. Yang says:

    This DVD is great. It is a rich introduction to the sights and sounds of Mexico and should be helpful to anyone planning a trip there. The content is well laid out, starting with a big concept and then narrowing to specifics. For example, the DVD shows a big map of Mexico, introduces a state and then depicts several environmental/cultural features of that region. With this level of detail, and with the use of children in the DVD, ranging in age from babies to children (and not exclusively puppets), the DVD is appropriate for a wider range of children. It makes it easier for siblings to watch together. The humor is entertaining and the music is colorful. The DVD offers opportunities for extension activities as well. My daughter wanted to make guacamole after watching the DVD. That’s pretty comprehensive!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. I have 2 children, (girl 2-boy 5), and a friend (age 4 ) visiting, I pop in the Mexico DVD and we take a little adventure south of the border! The kids eyes are glued to the set, except when they were running around laughing repeating the Spanish words they have just learned. We all enjoyed the multi-layered experience and the beauty and culture that Mexico has to offer. We continue to talk about the puppets adventures long after the TV has been turned off. I have the “Adventures in France” DVD as well and recommend both DVD to parents and toddlers-kids alike. ENJOY YOUR TRAVELS! We did!

    Rating: 5 / 5

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