Follow the now 8-year-old Angelina Ballerina as she puts her best foot forward and embarks on the next stage in her life.
Angelina enrols at Camembert Academy, a school for the performing arts where she meets new friends and experiences an exciting world of dance, music and performance.
1 DVD Disc General Audience
My girls and I are are very much Angelina Ballerina Fans and get very excited when we have a new Angelina Ballerina DVD to view. Thankfully there are so many that we never seem to tire of watching Angelina and her friends latest adventures. This latest DVD Dance Around the World looked a little different so I was quite amused when Miss three ran straight to the DVD player to put this in the minute we walked in the door.
Miss Seven, Miss Six and Miss Three have begged me to watch this pretty much every day for the past week and haven't tired of the story line. It has been declared the best Angelina Ballerina DVD yet.
Miss Seven writes " I liked the DVD and would like to watch it more times. What I really liked about the DVD was the episode about children's day. I really liked the song which I sing with my sisters all the time and the dance that Angelina and her sister Polly and her friends did. My sisters and I have copied the dance and we like to dance the dance as well for my mum. I liked the dragons dance as well and it is fun to pretend to be dragon's. The music was different and made us think of China. The Around the World Slide was fun and I liked how even though Gracie was doing a different slide they found a solution".
All three of the girls enjoyed the different dances and I think learnt a lot about different countries. This DVD has an approximate running time of 65 minutes and has five episodes on it so you can just watch an episode or two at a time if you wish.
I would recommend this DVD wholeheartedly especially to any Angelina fans but even as a good introduction to how different dance styles and music exist around the world.
A fantastic DVD that will be difficult to top!
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