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While Dora is around 4 years old, she covers the basics of find. Now, as children graduate from the memorizing and finding stage, they can go on to learn all about different animals. My daughter is still dedicated to Dora, but now talks all about the animals she sees on Go, Diego, Go! A step up in learning, definitely worth watching with your child. The songs are more catchy, almost more along the lines of noticeable dance music such as Click The Camera's theme song and Rescue Pack, sometimes I have to resist the urge to dance with my child. While some may dub Go, Diego, Go as a boy-oriented show, one can not forget Diego's sister, Alicia, who also helps out at the animal sanctuary, making the show not only for boys - but also in a sense for siblings.
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