A portable active-learning program for children
Disney’s World of English© with Trolley is a condensed and portable version of the Disney’s World of English© program that can be enjoyed anywhere and at any time. All six volumes come neatly packaged in a roll-away suitcase to easily transport the adventure everywhere children want to take it.
Disney’s World of English© is a fun and interactive program for children to learn English while interacting with some of Disney’s most beloved characters including Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and many more. They embark on a magical journey with Kenji and Akko who, along with other Disney characters, learn to sing songs, use new vocabulary and explore new activities. Disney’s World of English© is based on an active learning system developed by renowned Japanese professor Shinichi Suzuki which maximizes children’s natural learning ability by exposing them to language learning at an early age - the time when they are most receptive.
In this story, two children, Kenji and Akko, meet Mickey Mouse. Songs include What’s your name?; What’s in your basket?; the ABC song; Pluto’s Song; the Spelling Song; the Thank you song and many more. Some of the activities in Volume 1 include finding the ABC’s, reviewing of the prepositions in and on, reviewing new phrases and new vocabulary.
In this story, Kenji and Akko get together with Huey, Dewey and Louie but they can’t tell them apart. Songs include Huey, Dewy and Louie; Huey Takes a Red Balloon; Look! Where? Over There!; Around and Around, Up, and Down; and Clap Your Hands and many more. Some of the activities in Volume 2 include reviewing the expression look the same, describing colors and learning the difference between the pronouns you and me.
In this story, Daisy and Goofy are organizing Pluto’s Birthday Party. Songs include Flour, Sugar, Milk, and Butter; Taking Turns; Mickey Mouse’s House; If you’re Happy; How old are you?; the Wishing Song and many more. Some of the activities in Volume 3 include learning the name of the ingredients to make Pluto’s birthday cake, learning the comparative longer, higher, smaller and faster and learning to tell time.
In this story Mickey and his friends decide to go on an excursion. Songs include Look up! The sun is shining; Let’s go on a picnic; Riding Down a Country Road; Green is Go and many more. Some of the activities in Volume 4 include learning the prepositions in and on, learning about different means of transportation and the adjectives short, tall, and long.
This story is a continuation of volume 4 and goes over all the different activities Mickey and his friends perform during their excursion. Songs include We’re Going to Plant a Tree; Jump! Splash! Into the Water; We’re hiking through the woods; Keep on Climbing; Skip Through the Field; If You Listen; Twigs and Branches, Twigs and Logs; and Yummy, Yummy Food. Some of the activities in Volume 5 include introducing questions starting with why and answering with because, going over how many and the difference between one versus the other. The activities also include going over numbers from 1-100.
This story is a continuation of volumes 4 and 5 and follows Mickey and his friends on their excursion and the activities they perform. Songs include Scrub, scrub, scrub; Hush! Hush!; The Baseball Song; When the Sky is Blue; Eyes and Ears and many more. Some of the activities in Volume 6 include learning the difference between the verbs to dream and to think, reviewing questions using the word which, and learning the regular comparatives and superlatives.
Volume 13 is a treasure chest that includes items that can be used along with the stories in order to transform the learning experience into a dynamic session and further motivate children to participate. Some of the items in the Treasure Chest include balloons, activity cards, progress charts, crayons, an additional 3 CDs with stories and 12 hand puppets.