Dora's Ballet Adventures
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In the first story Dora has to go back to the dance school to get ballet shoes for the performers. She has the help of a map and her friend Boots the monkey. During the story children learn to count and learn traditional songs.
In the second story there are also well-known songs children can sing along with. There is a fun piano bridge, a singing gate and a music box. The adventure includes Dora gathering together all the animals to play instruments so they can magically open a music box in which the town's musical instruments have been hidden. Children learn the names of all the musical instruments.
In the third story things get a little silly. There is an invitation to a fiesta where a red rooster has lost his cake. Again there is a singing gate and a bridge. There is a cute section where animals make a sound of a different animal and children have to make the correct sound. The songs in this story are also sung the wrong way one time and then the right version is sung. There is a fun grumpy troll and you have to make silly faces to get him to laugh. There is also a section where children learn to count in Spanish. At the end praise is given for helping with the story and children get a sense of accomplishment.
The fourth and last story involves Dora and Boots the monkey getting to a birthday party.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought it was going to be one 1.5 hr story, but it was multiple short episodes. My 2 yo likes it so that's all that matters!Published 5 months ago by Toofarfromstores
My Granddaughter absolutely loves Dora Ballerina. Plays it constantly.Published 13 months ago by Lee Ann McGill
Good quality DVD. Delivered exactly as described - brand new in original packaging.Published 14 months ago by Preston Yarbrough
I think Dora books are dull but my granddaughter has always liked them. She is 5 now, however, and not so much of a Dora fan any more.Published 16 months ago by Barbara Neilson