Take It From Me: Worlds Together: Ethiopia DVD (Review)

October 4, 2012

Worlds Together: Ethiopia DVD (Review)

Reach Across the Globe with the Launch of
Worlds Together
Bringing Remote Areas of the World to Children and Families
on DVD September 4, 2012 from Master Communications
Initial Titles in the Launch Feature Africa:
“East Africa”
“West Africa”

"Bringing remote areas of the world right into your living is the new DVD series Worlds Together from Master Communications. Initial titles in the launch transport young viewers and their families to the world’s second-largest and second-most-populous continent through three charming titles – East Africa, West Africa and Ethiopia"

About Ethiopia
 "Travel to this country – twice the size of Texas – that is believed to have the longest archaeological record on Earth and to have been present at the dawn of creation. It’s also been linked to the mysterious Queen of Sheba. With many areas lush and green, the region has also suffered many droughts, but the economy is still dominated by agriculture. Featured cities include Harar, Addis Ababa, Gonder and Lalibela, the last featuring 800-year-old Christian churches, some carved into volcanic rock.

Our thoughts!
Having never traveled outside of North America, I'm not accustomed to the way people live in foreign countries. This DVD was a good introduction to Ethiopia and definitely gave me a different perspective to the way people live there. The entire movie is narrated by a little boy, and is easy to listen to. I would highly recommend this for any teacher.

Learn About Families from Around the Globe in the New "Worlds Together" Series. Buy it now on Amazon for $29.95.

A BIG THANKS to Andrea Blain and Master Communications for providing me with a copy of this DVD.  These are my honest opinions, your experience may vary.


  1. Very cool. I would like to make my 4 year old more socially aware of people and their similarities and differences. Oklahoma is not exactly the most melted area of the melting pot, so her exposure to people from different places is rather limited.

  2. Yes, it is a great film for the kids. It's a lot of information, so you'll definitely have to talk them through it. It's an excellent learning tool!


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