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MORE FAMILIES OF MEXICO

What to know: Guadalupe is eight years old and lives with her parents and grandparents near the top of a small mountain in the state of Veracruz.
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Recommended age 5-12
30 minutes
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Enjoyed it. "Yes, we liked it very much." "Definitely above average." "My friends would find it interesting to learn about Mexico." "It shows how boys and girls live in Mexico." "The main characters are Guadalupe, her sister Ingrid, Marius and Marius and his sister, Caroline." "I liked the housekeeper, Eloise. That is the name of my cat." "I am eight, like Guadalupe and I also have a sister who is four." "They treat each other great. You can tell they care about each other." "The parts of the day that were filmed tell the story and show the different lives the kids have." "I liked seeing the mountain above Guadalupe's home." "I was curious about how washboard the mother used and how she hung up the clothes because I have that job at my house." "the medicine in a straw was near." "We liked the Karate class and seeing Eloise wash the dishes."
The simple narrative format with the video of the children's day is informative and interesting. We follow them to school and the doctor and see them interacting at social events with their families. Two children share their days with us. We learn some of the similarities and differences between daily life in their country and ours. The contents flows well and holds your interest. Everyone behaves respectfully. The narratives are easy to follow and the addition of Spanish words, in context, aids in exposing kids to another language. It is fun being part of the children's lives. The narrative reading on the second portion is a bit stilted but the content is good. Nicely paced, not too fast or slow. Holds your interest. Broadens a child's global perspective.
Guadalupe is eight years old and lives with her parents and grandparents near the top of a small mountain in the state of Veracruz. The whole village, surrounded by coffee trees, is built on land that used to be part of a large hacienda. Spend a day with Guadalupe as she visits the hacienda and goes to school.
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