Miguel recalls the time that a new kid moved into the neighborhood: Andy. As we all know, Andy's missing an arm. Maya, eager to make Andy feel comfortable in their group, tries to steer the boys away...
In each episode of this German animated series, one of the famous Classical fairy tales of the brothers Grimm is told in the magical land of Simsala. The local characters Doc Croc and Yoyo ... See full summary »
Hubertus von Lerchenfeld
This is a great show for kids! Heck, I even enjoy it once in a while, and I am an adult! It teaches children introductory Spanish, while also providing a fun story! Maya's crazy ideas always get her into trouble, and her twin, Miguel, while reluctant, is always there beside her helping. But no matter what trouble Maya gets herself into, her heart is always in the right place. She just wants to help people! I'd say the only bad thing about this show is Paco, their annoying talking parrot. This is a fun and harmless show, and I recommend it to anyone with kids. It's educational and entertaining! I'd say it targets an audience from the ages of 6-11. It's kind of the next step from "Dora the explorer." "Maya and Miguel" is great at teaching common Spanish, and I can honestly say I have learned more Spanish from it than I did from my Jr. high Spanish teacher (but too be fair, he didn't really teach us much).
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