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Disney Magic English course contents 26 DVDs and 26 Activity Books

Each DVD comes with an activity book. It reinforces and helps children to remember what they have learnt throughout the DVD. Each activity book contains the following sections:

1. Play & Learn!
Children enjoy playing games. The games in this section complement the DVD activities which reinforce and check their understanding.

2. Activities
Fun activities relate to the topics on the DVD for children to do at home, for examples: how to make a drum, how to make snacks for friends etc.

3. Aladdin's Discoveries
Aladdin will take your children on a journey to discover how people live and talk in other English speaking countries! For example: Is a “sweety pie” a kind of pudding or term of affection? Children will enjoy learning more unusual features of life in English speaking countries.

4. Mickey's Quiz:
Quiz to test your children's progress after they watched the DVD.

5. Goofy's Story:
Children will learn to read and tell the stories about Goofy!

6. DVD Text:
Let children read the text in the DVD to make sure children understand everything they watch on the DVD.

7. Donald's Tips!:

Look - A brief explanation of certain grammar points in English language
Look & Try - Children practice the new concepts they have learnt
Don't Forget - Key words and sentences to remember
And each DVD comprises 4 difference sections:


Children will discover wonderful stories in English carried out by Goofy, Mickey, Donald and Pluto.


Children will be able to listen to the classic Disney's songs and sing along with the song and learn English from the song!


Children will be able to sing the alphabet in English, play with the letters and words and discover the magical word!


Children will be able to practice and play with the interactive games and practise their listening skills here!

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Get inside tips on how to make the most of school.
By Steven Hicks

Each September, I look out at all the bright, new faces, anxiously waiting for me to create the miracle of knowledge. Some of them are relieved that the first day of kindergarten has finally arrived, while others are fearful of what lies ahead. There are big smiles, but also a few sniffles and tears. And these are the parents!

Kindergarten is an exciting and critical time in your child's development and growth. You can play an important role in this wonderful journey. I've been an educator for 17 years and a preK and kindergarten teacher for the past decade. Here's what I and my colleagues want parents to know:

Your job isn't over when you drop your little one off at school; it has only just begun. I want to be your partner. Keep me informed about what goes on at home that might affect your child's behavior or academic performance. Share with me how what we do at school affects him at home.

This is not your grandfather's kindergarten. Sadly, much of what we do in kindergarten is driven by high standards and preparation for standardized tests. The expectations of what children need to know when they enter kindergarten are closer to what used to be expected in first grade. To boost your child's academic skills,
  • Talk with her about what interests her.
  • Encourage her to be curious and ask questions.
  • Point out letters and numbers when you see them in books and around town.
  • Support her in solving everyday problems.
The more self-control your child has, the more successful he will be in school. Children need practice in deciding how and when to express their feelings and needs, and when and if to act on impulses. Help him develop and practice these skills at home before he tests them at school, where the consequences are a loss of learning for him and for others.

We want you. Come in. Look around. Peruse the textbooks and materials. Knowledge is power. When you know about the subjects we teach, you will be able to help your child better and have a common understanding for discussion. Volunteering is a wonderful way to learn about what goes on at school and to show your child how much you care about what she is doing.

Your child needs lots of opportunities for play outside of school. Play is the way in which he learns about himself and the people and world around him. But more often than not, play has been squeezed out of the school day. Playing both alone and in small groups helps facilitate learning and allows your child to practice skills and concepts. The best play activities are open-ended ones where he can use his imagination: play with sand and water, empty boxes, play dough, everyday household items, art materials, and construction toys. When he plays, your child makes discoveries and tries new things, solves problems, develops confidence, takes turns, shares, cooperates with others, and learns to negotiate. Play also encourages self-confidence and helps to develop communication skills.

Reading to your child once a day is not enough. Try to read together at least three times a day. Books are the gateway to building vocabulary, learning about print, and developing listening and early literacy skills. When you read, talk about the book. Discuss the characters and setting, make predictions, and create new endings. Point out letters and words in the text, and encourage him to recognize rhyming sounds and words and to identify beginning and ending sounds. Let him retell the story from the pictures. As he begins to learn some words, encourage him to read with you.

Writing exploration at home is critical. Your child needs to have opportunities to use pencils, crayons, markers, colored pencils, and other writing instruments as she attempts to express herself in written form. She begins with scribbles and lines, moves on to letters and her name, and then to words and sentences.

Homework is an opportunity for talking, sharing and listening. Teachers give homework to extend the learning of the classroom. It is a chance for you to find out what your child is studying and how well he is grasping the skills and concepts being taught at school. Talk with your child about his homework. It shows him that you care and value what he does at school.

Television and video games use up valuable playtime. Limit screen time. The hours spent with these electronic devises could otherwise be spent talking, reading, or actively learning through play.

First-hand experiences are another teacher for your child. Take her to museums, the zoo, the aquarium, the library, parks, arts performances, and geographic locations such as the mountains, beach, forests, and deserts. And do it often. She'll grasp concepts and skills better if she has experiences with the real thing.

Your health habits influence your child. There is a direct correlation between good health and academic performance. You set the tone. When you model a balanced, healthy diet and lots of exercise, your child will come to value a healthy way of living.

For many children, kindergarten is the first experience away from home. Kindergarten teachers want to partner with parents to help children become expressive, confident, curious, cooperative, competent, independent and engaged learners. This is what kindergarten teachers wish parents knew. And now you do.

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Your child is naturally curious and eager to learn. By making school and homework as pressure-free as possible, you can help protect him from stress and boost his academic achievement.

  1. Show enthusiasm for your child's interests and encourage her to explore subjects that fascinate her. If she's a horse nut, offer her stories about riding or challenge her to find five facts about horses in the encyclopedia.
  2. Ask about what he's learning, not his grades or test scores. Ask him to teach you what he learned in school today.
  3. Help her organize school papers and assignments so she feels in control of her work.
  4. Build his sense of responsibility by allowing him to choose extracurricular activities, assigning him chores, and asking his input on family decisions.
  5. Ensure that she has plenty of time for unstructured play.
  6. Celebrate his achievements, no matter how small. Completing a book report calls for a special treat or finishing a book allows him an hour of TV.
  7. Focus on his strengths, encouraging him to develop his talents. Even if he didn't ace his math test, he may have written a good poem in English class or improved his spelling score. Besides offering him a math workbook or computer program for practice, give him a writing journal.
  8. Check in with your child regularly to make sure she's not feeling overloaded. If she is, help her prioritize her work.

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