Attention all nature and animal lovers! For Earth Month, Disney+ had released three of its Disneynature films. Each of them is beautifully and masterfully done and tells inspiring stories that are seen through the eyes of some of the planet’s most beloved creatures. You’ll witness the many struggles and challenges that they face simply to survive another day, as well as seeing them at play. Here’s a little about each film and what you can expect.
Come join Shani, an African elephant and her son Jomo, as they journey with their herd across hundreds of miles of Kalahari Desert. This same epic journey from the Okavango Delta to the Zambezi River that they must undertake, has been ventured by their ancestors for countless generations before. The film is narrated by Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.
Disneynature’s “Penguins” is about an Adelie penguin named Steve that embarks on an epic life journey throughout Antarctica. Surrounded by millions of other male penguins, Steve must build a presentable nest, find a life mate and begin a family while facing many challenges including being confronted by leopard seals and killer whales. This film is brought to you by the same filmmaking team that created Disneynature’s “Bears” and “Chimpanzee.”
Check out this bonus Homeschool content from education to cooking and crafts!
Life Cycle Printable Unit
Art: Penguin Rock Family & Paper plate animal
Cooking: Penguin Donut
Disneynature’s “Dolphin Reef” was also released by Disney+ on April 3rd, 2020. It’s narrated by Oscar and Golden Globe-winning actress Natalie Portman. Watch the underwater adventure of a young Pacific Bottlenose dolphin named Echo, a free-spirited creature that must learn to survive his beautiful yet dangerous world. He’ll meet all kinds of fascinating and playful inhabitants while exploring amongst the coral reefs, but not everyone shares the same youthfulness.
Disney+ has brought us 3 smashing Disneynature hits that will not only captivate you and your children, but you’ll also learn just how incredibly adaptive these creatures are to their environments.
Looking for a home school lesson? You can DIY a dolphin!
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