Children apps are popular for android and Apple users. One currently on the market is Dora the Explorer: Where is Boots? A seek and find adventure. This interactive storybook is available on the AppStore for the iPhone and the iPad. Currently, the price for the app is $1.99 for the iPhone and iPod, and $3.99 for the iPad.
The app is an interactive storybook that is designed for preschoolers. Users read along with the story and play games as Dora goes on a little adventure trying to locate her best friend Boots. This is a lot like the television program when Dora goes exploring and has activities she must complete before she can move on to the next part of her adventure.
Video Trailer of Dora the Explorer: Where is Boots
If you do not know already, let me tell you that Dora the Explorer is internationally known and entertains children on several continent. Dora the Explorer is part of the television viewing of children all over Africa, including South Africa. From December 7th through December 22nd, Dora will be at the Sandton City Checker Court in South Africa. There will be three different shows daily at 12 pm, 2 pm, and 4 pm daily. Dora will be joined with Boots, and Diego to entertain children. For more information you can visit Nickelodeon Africa’s Website.
Dora the Explorer is on a new adventure. This time she is helping a little a young mermaid girl find her mom. Dora has a mermaid charm necklace that she uses to turn herself into a mermaid and Boots into a sea monkey. With the help of her best friend Boots, Dora and the little mermaid, Maribel, will go on an underwater that leads to finding Maribel’s mom. Viewers will notice that the mother mermaid sounds familiar because she is being voiced by Latina superstar Thalia. The 30-minute special, “Dora’s Rescue in Mermaid Kingdom” will air March 16th at 10 am ET/PT on Nickelodeon.
Many times parent want inspiration when deciding to make a unique Dora the Explorer Cake. The maker of the Dora the Explorer cake below created the cake for a friend’s young daughter’s 3rd birthday. Aesthetically, everything seemed to turn out perfectly.
Some parts of the cake are not edible, including the toy Dora the Explorer, Boots, and Swiper on the sides and top of the cake. These elements are Dora the Explorer cake toppers that can be purchased online or some traditional stores. There are other decorative items that were molded out edible food products.
Looking at this cake we can tell the creator is experienced, but those that are new to this should not beat themselves up about not being able to create a Dora the Explorer cake like this on the first try. This is something that can inspire new cake bakers and decorators.