My Best English Volume 2: Colors

Theatrical Release: May 7, 2002
DVD Release: May 7, 2002
My Best English Volume 2: Colors
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Synopsis

“My Best English” is a series of educational videos for young children. There were created as an effective and entertaining teaching aid to help facilitate language learning while promoting a positive environment for the child.

This video teaches ten basic colors. The video starts with primary colors: red, blue and yellow. Each color is graphically introduced and followed by beautiful live images of various familiar objects and animals. Then it teaches white and black. A color-mixing procedure for each color is added to teach secondary colors: green, orange, purple, brown and pink. Primary school teachers narrate this video in an easy-to-follow format so that the child can interact verbally by repeating what is said. A very cute song, “Painted Walls,” and eye-catching animations keep attracting young children’s attention. Several fun skits, featuring 11 year-old Scout Taylor-Compton and the little mascot, “Guin The Penguin,” accentuate the video.

Dove Review

Mixed with music and fun, kids will have hours of fun learning their colors in this fun-filled educational video. Great songs, skits and animation will hold young children’s attention while they learn the colors of the rainbow. The “My Best English” series is a must for any parent with young children that wants them to learn language skills in a fun creative way. I wish I would have had the “My Best English” series when my kids were young.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Image Factory, Inc.
Writer: Eiji Morimoto, Machiko Kobayashi, and Toru Mihara
Producer: Image Factory, Inc.
Genre: Language
Runtime: 24 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Dave Lukens