"Highly Recommended. This live-action series is divided into three levels. The first two levels take viewers to a classroom with a small group of children, a friendly custodian, a large puppet, and an energetic female teacher; the third level offers real-life situations. The entire series is lighthearted and has Click for more
A combined version of Passport: English & Spanish, Level 2 - Parts 1 & 2 is available.
Passport: English & Spanish, Level 2 - Part 1
Part 1: English - Children love magic and in Segment 1 a fumbling magician, Marcel Presto, has a hat full of surprises; Oliver, Laura and Paul are introduced in Segment 2 and today they're attending a wonderful play; in Segment 3 Miss Mary sings Do You Know the Muffin Man?, which is repeated so children too may sing; then she reads a story, Meg, the Witch, and offers a fun tongue twister. Part 1: Spanish - Children love magic and in Segment 1 a fumbling magician, Marcelino Luca, has a hat full of surprises; Oscar and Maria are introduced in Segment 2 and today they go to see a play with puppets; in Segment 3 Miss Julia sings Los Elefantes, which is repeated so children too may sing; then she reads two poems, and offers a fun tongue twister.
Passport: English & Spanish, Level 2 - Part 2
Part 2: English - Tom's little brother, Paul, and their grandmother visit the classroom on a rainy day in Segment 1; Paul invites Laura to go with his family on a picnic outing in Segment 2; in Segment 3 Miss Mary sings The Farmer's in His Den, which is repeated so children may sing it; next she recites Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater, and Fiddle, Diddle, Dumpling; then offers a fun tongue twister. Part 1: Spanish - Jorge's little sister, Susanita, and their grandmother visit the classroom on a rainy day in Segment 1; Oscar invites Philipe to go with his family on a picnic outing in Segment 2; in Segment 3 Miss Julia sings Jose se Llamaba el Padre, which is repeated so children may sing it; next she reads El Ratoncito Perez; then she offers a fun tongue twister. 2010/2E I 40 min.
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