Friday, March 25, 2011

Trial and Error of the Day - Set Up

We have been looking for the Disney Spanish Movie versions of all the classics. John found Toy Story 2 in Spanish in Wal-Mart. I even asked my mom and sister Wendy to find me the Spanish version back in my country. 

Well, today I decided to play The Little Mermaid for Raquel and Sofia only because we have been singing the Spanish songs from the movie for about two months now and when I was going through the DVD menu, I stumble across Set-Up and walla! Spanish. No need to buy the separate Spanish movie version.

Needless to say, Sofia and Raquel enjoyed signing their favorite "La Sirenita (Little Mermaid) songs" in Spanish over in over again while watching Ariel on TV and holding their Ariel dolls.

Always look in the back of the DVD case to see what languages it comes with. After sorting through all the Disney movies, we have a bunch that have the Spanish language. Hooray!! Now, I got to buy Cinderella for Sofia, she loves the book.


Amanda Borenstadt said...

That's so cool. At our library they have quite a few kids movies dubbed into Spanish. Once we accidently got Ice Age in Spanish and we don't speak Spanish, but my twins didn't care. They watched it twice anyhow.

The Seaman's said...

really! that's hilarious!
I must check it out then! We check English and Spanish books for my daughters and they love both languages!