Dora’s Big Party Pack

Prepare to laugh and celebrate with the release of the new DVD box set Dora the Explorer: Dora’s Big Party Pack! It’s a non-stop party with a piñata, surprises and more! The box set also includes a Dora and Diego cake recipe card (while supplies last). This box set retails for $24.99 and is now available in stores.

Dora the Explorer: Dora’s Big Party Pack Episode Synopses:

Dora the Explorer: Dora’s Big Birthday Adventure

Dora’s Big Birthday Adventure: A twisting wind has blown Dora and Boots into Wizzle World, a land located in the Magic Storybook. Dora and Boots can’t jump out of the Magic Storybook without first taking Dora’s crystal to the Wishing Wizzle so he can wish them back home in time for Dora’s birthday party with all her family and friends. The episode guest stars Rosie Perez, John Leguizamo and Hector Elizondo.

Dora Helps the Birthday Wizzle: Dora is reading a storybook about a Birthday Wizzle who could make birthday wishes come true with his magic wand. Today was his birthday so it was his turn to make a wish, but a wind came in and blew the wand out of the book. Dora must jump into the book and bring the wand back to the Wizzle so he can make his wish.

Wizzle Wishes: Dora and Boots meet a cute little Wizzle who lost his bag of wishes and can’t get home. Our heroes set off in search of the lost wishes, but their friends keep finding the wishes first and their wishes get everyone into trouble.

Dora the Explorer: Super Silly Fiesta

Super Silly Fiesta: Dora and Boots are invited to the Big Silly Chicken’s Super Silly Fiesta. The Big Red Chicken loses the cake for his party so Dora and Boots set off to save the fiesta.

Boots’ Special Day: Today, Boots gets to do anything he wants because it’s his special day!

Stuck Truck: When Ice Cream Truck gets stuck in the muck at Play Park, Dora and Boots are off to the rescue.

The Big Potato: Benny the Bull finds a magic wand and turns himself into a potato by mistake. It’s up to Dora and Boots to bring their potato friend back to the Young Wizard so that he can change Benny back into a bull.

Dora the Explorer: It’s A Party!

Daisy, la Quinceañera: It’s Dora’s cousin Daisy’s quinceañera! The party can’t start until Dora and Boots teach everybody the mambo.

The Big Piñata: Dora and Boots are trying to win the Big Piñata. They need to collect ten yellow tickets by playing carnival games.

Surprise!: It’s Boots’ birthday, but Benny the Bull is stuck on a hot air balloon that’s leaking and floating toward Crocodile Lake. Dora and Boots rush off to rescue their friend.

The Fix It Machine: Boots has a hole in his boot but Dora knows what to do. The Super Duper Fix-It Machine can fix it right up!

My kiddos have just gotten into Dora again and I love that they are picking up Spanish from watching the show! One lucky reader has a chance to win Dora’s Big Party Pack simply by telling me your favorite thing about Dora the Explorer!

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  1. Not only do I love that Dora reinforces the spanish that we are teaching our twins, but I also love the 30 minutes that I have to make dinner while the girls watch her 🙂
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  3. I love Dora because of the way my twin girls are learning to read “a map” and follow directions and sequencing! My girls are about to turn Three and this would be great leading up to their Birthday Party!

  4. I like the fact that they are learning spanish also!

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  6. I just “liked” you on Facebook. When our first daughter was about one year old, we started to let her watch Dora on Nick Jr. She was hooked immediately. Some of her first words were actually in Spanish! We even had a Dora themed party for her 2nd birthday. Now that she’s 2 1/2 years old, I partially attribute her advanced language to watching shows like Dora the Explorer. Our boy/girl twins are only 6 months old right now, but I know they’ll soon love Dora as much as their big sister does!

  7. I love that Dora tought my two to count to 10 in Spanish!

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