To play and learn together with Dora and Diego from Nickelodeon in the new sample Dora & Diego - Let's

JERSEY CITY, NJ, September 24, 2015 / PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE / - Be prepared to explore with Dora and Diego at the Liberty Science Center in their brand new show, Dora and Diego-Let's Explore! The show features the beloved characters Dora and Diego, from the hit Nickelodeon series for preschoolers Dora the Explorer and Go, Diego, Go! along with his friends Boots, Map, Backpack, Isa, Tico, and of course Swiper.

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The interactive exhibit, created by the Children's Museum of Indianapolis in association with Nickelodeon, will be available to visitors to the Liberty Science Center from October 3, 2015 through January 24, 2016.

Dora the Explorer is a novel series for children who follows the adventures of 7-year-old Latin heroine Dora and her friends in an imaginative tropical world. Go, Diego, Go! is played by Diego, the 8-year-old cousin of Dora, a bilingual wildlife rescuer who protects animals and their environment. The show gives children and their families the opportunity to enter the worlds of Dora and Diego to participate in problem solving and active play. Young children follow the game as they join an adventure, and learn to solve problems, to be good friends and to care for animals and the environment. Throughout the sample, vocabulary is added in Spanish to introduce knowledge of the language to preschoolers.

In the sample, friends and favorite places from Dora the Explorer and Go Go Diego, Do! are included, including: / p>

The Purple Planet - Visit the Purple Planet with Dora and Boots! A home on the Purple Planet invites small visitors to climb inside and glide over the surface of the Purple Planet.

Constellations On the way to the Purple Planet, Dora and Boots find some very interesting star clusters. Children and their families are invited to help identify patterns formed by stars, inserting star shapes to illuminate a constellation.

The Flowery Garden of Isa - Dora's friend Isa la Iguana shows how to take care of flowers, plants and animals. Preschool visitors can visit the Isa Garden to pick flowers, interact with bird puppets, butterflies and insects, and play fly with wings of birds and butterflies of child size. Even the smallest visitors can enjoy smelling the floral fragrances and picking soft cloth flowers.

To play and learn together with Dora and Diego from Nickelodeon in the new sample Dora & Diego - Let's

Tico's tree and car - Dora is a good friend of Tico the squirrel, and small visitors are also invited to become friends with Tico. Tico needs help picking nuts from the tree for a family picnic. The children can play with Swiper to hit the nuts, and watch as they come out fired and they will fill the basket of Tico. Tico's car needs fuel! Visitors can help Tico fill his car with nuts, so you can start your journey.

Pirate Ship - In the Pirate Ship, preschools can join the crew of the Pirates, and dress up as pirates to play as they sail the ship and share the treasure. Visitors can hoist and lower the Pirates Pig flag, look through the telescopes to find the treasure chest, and then divide the coins into the banks of the Pirate Piglets and help them share the treasure.

Jungle Labyrinth - Preschoolers will explore a rainforest to locate jungle animals. Active play is encouraged as the children walk the Bobo Brothers exercise bars, crawl down a fallen tree, climb the Jaguar Mountain and jump across the River Rocks.

The exhibition Dora and Diego-Let's Explore! will be open until January 24, 2016 at the Liberty Science Center. The sample is presented by the WellPoint Foundation and Bank of America. For more information, visit www.lsc.org.

About the Liberty Science Center

The Liberty Science Center (LSC.org) 300,000-square-foot educational building located in Liberty State Park, on the Hudson River's New Jersey shore, near the Statue of Liberty. Dedicated to bringing science enthusiasm to people of all ages, the Liberty Science Center houses 12 museum exhibit halls, a collection of live animals with 110 species, giant aquariums, a 3D cinema, the largest IMAX Dome Theater country, live multi-stream surgeries, hurricane-force wind simulators, K-12 classrooms and laboratories, and teacher development programs. More than half a million students, teachers and parents visit the Science Center every year, and tens of thousands more participate in the Center's external and online programs. LSC is the most visited museum in New Jersey and the largest interactive science center in the NYC-NJ metropolitan area.

SOURCE Liberty Science Center

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