Fun Friday with BOCA, Boca Beth and Halloween Fun!

It’s been a wild week in the world of children’s DVDs and edutainment! 

With that being said, I’d like to wrap it up on a positive note, knowing that all of us as parents, teachers, business owners or whatever role we play in the future of our young children are doing what we feel is best for our children and their future!  And that’s simply the bottom line so I applaud all of us for being great role models.

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Now, do you want to play our Fun Friday game?  Simply be one of the first five people to answer the question below to win one of our Boca Beth bilingual DVDs (either Mi casa/My House or I Like Animals/Me gustan los animales  plus a BOCA puppet to help in the verbalization of the second language).  Simply post your answer below in the comment section on my blog – you cannot win by answering on Facebook or Twitter, you need to visit my Boca Beth blog at www.BocaBeth.net to post your answer!  Good Luck!  ¡Buena suerte!

What is the Spanish word for pumpkin?   

It’s that easy – just like the manner in which we introduce Spanish to English-speaking children and English to Spanish-speaking children.  We use a bilingual approach that is fun, easy and parents and teachers learn right along with the kids!

Happy Educating!  ¡Sea feliz educando!

Boca Beth

26 Responses to “Fun Friday with BOCA, Boca Beth and Halloween Fun!”

  1. Megan Fullen says:

    la calabaza

  2. Calabaza says:

    We enjoy your materials very much

  3. Calabaza says:

    children love your amterial

  4. calabaza

  5. Pam Moxley says:

    la calabaza

  6. Calabaza says:

    Thank you for your hard and productive work

  7. Pam Moxley says:

    It is la calabaza

  8. Joy Pearce says:

    calabaza Thanks for the fun your site provides.

  9. Sande Harper says:

    la Calabaza

  10. la calabaza I love your vision and mission. Bilingual is the only way. Keep it up!

  11. Dana says:

    La calabaza

  12. lisa Bonecutter says:

    La calabaza

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  14. Mary Johnson says:

    calabaza!

  15. Karen says:

    The Spanish word for pumpkin is calabaza.

  16. Shawn C. says:

    calabaza

  17. Amanda Trigleth says:

    Calabaza :)

  18. Sophie says:

    Calabaza calabaza cada uno pa su casa….

  19. Boca Beth says:

    We have our five winners from earlier today, Friday, October 30, 2009!

    Keep your eyes out for more contest fun and prizes on my Facebook Fan page – just go to Facebook and type in bocabeth or Boca Beth or BocaBeth – you will get there! I run many special fun items on that Fan Page!

    Congrats to Bertha G., Pam M., Shannon A., Megan F. and Joy P. for answering with calabaza or la calabaza – either answer is correct!

    I will be e-mailing you for your addresses to ship the prize pack to!

    Beth Butler
    Founder of The Boca Beth Program

  20. diane george says:

    calabaza for ecuador

    auyama for Santa Domingo, Puerto Rico, etc.

  21. Shana Tritsch says:

    la calabaza

  22. Kalah Lacefield says:

    Calabaza es pumpkin en espanol.

  23. susan says:

    calabaza

  24. sandra says:

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  25. Lisa Guillory says:

    The answer is calabaza.

  26. rogshop.com says:

    Hey there! This is my first comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout out and tell you I really enjoy reading your posts. Can you suggest any other blogs/websites/forums that go over the same topics? Appreciate it!

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