I'm having problems uploading, the videos all together, so here's another entry.
This is at the very beginning. You can hear the drums beating, and some children were pulling a boat. I didn't get a clear answer as to the significance, but what I gathered is that it comes from parts of Brazil where fishing is very important...you can also see the decorated patio and some of that art that was made for the Festa Junina
I didn't get very close for this one, but this is Bea's class. Bea has been singing this song for weeks!
And here you can see Dora dancing, and singing. She's the one wearing a white shirt with braids tied in red bows.
Beatrice and Sebastian REALLY enjoyed the churrasquinha (little churasco, or meat on a stick).
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