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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on October 1, 2014
My granddaughter loves all her Dora DVD'S. She's learning a lot & she's only 22 months. I will get more in the future.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on April 3, 2015
Ajay 3 and Great Grandpa 77 love Dora!
We both learn a lot!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on April 11, 2015
My son is language impaired and Dora targets a wealth of early language concepts that typical children aquire naturally. It targets answering questions, the concept of "favorite", adjectives, comparatives, following directions, prepositions, vocabulary development, and the list go on...I use it with my son daily by pausing on amazon prime and challenging him in the language concepts that he needs to develop. The show also keeps him engaged with the vibrant colors and catchy tunes. It is very repetitive in format from show to show, therefore my son is able to acquire new vocabulary and language concepts more easily. The repetition makes him feel as though he knows what to expect at given times. I think that this allows for a little "break" from learning new concepts. It allows for learning in small increments. I firmly believe that it is enhancing his language development. I am so please to help him understand his world using Dora as a tool.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on May 13, 2014
So glad Amazon Prime offers these for free!! It's all Dora all the time at my house. We love Dora, Boots and Swipper!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on December 27, 2014
Let me start by saying that my 4 and 5 year old do like the show, but it is the most mindless, boring show ever. Once you've seen one, you've seen them all. I don't understand why they even seek "interaction" if you could call it that, from the viewer as the show continues regardless, obviously, and my manor conscious children are always interrupted when they are "answering". This doesn't teach anything, certainly nothing positive. The one good thing about the show is the minor amounts of Spanish it teaches, but they could learn more from a Spanish board book. Our kids watch about 30 min of something, about 4 days a week, so I would rather it be an actual educational experience. I know the show is hugely popular, but my personal opinion is that it's a waste of time for all ages.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on May 7, 2014
If you haven't seen Dora, I just want to state that it gets old quite quickly for adults. The episodes are all essentially the same where Dora goes on an adventure. They mix up the episodes a bit by trying to find "super stars" and Swiper the Fox is always around looking to nab something from Dora or her friends. She is also trying to help someone get home or find something in every episode. The good part is that it is very entertaining for young children My 3 year old daughter has been watching Dora for about 1.5 years now and she still loves it. It is educational as they teach children some simple words in Spanish and help them learn what different "items" are. For instance, they will go through the cave, under the bridge, sail across the ocean to reach an island. The show emphasizes learning new words and they always use special items to get through their "quest."

Overall, it is a good show, no violence, no negativity, and very educational. I'd recommend it as a simple show to help children from ages 1-5 learn many different words, including some Spanish. But parents may need to tune it out or you will become annoyed by the same music and interactive map section of the show.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 4, 2013
Dora and Boots are my kids favorites program. even the 'cool' older one likes watching the show with his younger brother and sisters. The show is always educational (Numbers, logic and alphabet). The kids have also picked up some spanish words in the process. It also teaches kids to be friendly and helpful to others (the value of friendships). Great family values are always on display by the positive relationship Dora has with her parents, grandparents and cousins.
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We purchased this season for our daughter who loves Dora using the Amazon Instant Video app for Wii. We have no issues with play or image etc.

Unfortunately, my husband and I cannot stand Dora. She sets our teeth on edge. But our daughter loves Dora so we put up with the show. I don't feel that my daughter has gotten much educational value from Dora, to be perfectly honest. She's learned more from Ni Hao Kai-lan, Yo Gabba Gabba, Little Einsteins, and Team Umizoomi. I only took off one star for this since Dora is entertaining for toddlers (admittedly the target audience, not parents) and for some reason kids love her.
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on August 17, 2015
There are so many shows to chose from (when we were kids it was just Bugs Bunny and Smurfs) so I find that frustrating and try to avoid all of them. Somehow I stumbled across Dora on Amazon Prime and turned it on. It is really good! All educational and had my children (4 and 20 months) rapt! My 20 month old has added three words to her vocabulary in the first week of watching (because of the repetition) and my son has added a couple of Spanish words (which is interesting because he's very adverse to learning Spanish words when I or my husband try to teach him). I'm sold!
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on March 3, 2014
This show has been playing (all seasons) at my home for 3 and half year. Other shows also comes and go but this has remain on the top list for my older daughter and now my younger daughter also love this. When ever it starts she start shouting Dora Dora and its amazing to see how happy they are when watching it.
This show has education as your child learns english plus spanish too. Its music is not that loud that you want to shut it down . So overall I will recommend this show to everyone who has child 1.5 yrs and older.
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