Dora the Explorer Room Decor
by Giorgina Devereaux
Explorer room decor is the perfect theme for your child's bedroom.
There is a
lot to be learned from the animated character, Dora Marquez.
is filled with surprises and is an adventure with Dora trying to help someone.
Her use of Spanish words/phrases inspires the learning of a new language and
keeps the episodes entertaining.
This character's vivid colors will definitely bring excitement to the bedroom
and create a magical feel.
There is a lot to be learned from Dora.
Her positive personality and ability to
not hold a grudge against a fox named Swiper despite his deceptive ways is
However, when confronted with a villain, Dora takes a stand once
she realizes that compromise is not possible.
Dora's value system reflects that of strong family values.
Although she does not
spend as much time indoors with them, she loves her family.
Dora shares her Latino customs without forcing them on others. Interestingly,
her best friend is a monkey by the name of Boots. Boots became her best friend
when she saved his treasured red boots from being taken by Swiper.
for sports is evident by her participation on a baseball team with Boots and
other friends as well as soccer. She is also skilled at playing the wooden
Together, Dora and Boots venture out and he helps her solve clues and puzzles.
Boots is friendly, enthusiastic, and usually only wears his red boots. Along the
way to their adventures, Boots does a series of flips, somersaults, and
cartwheels, which makes it much more entertaining.
A Fiesta Trio appears whenever Dora and Boots are successful in a portion of
their quest (their quests are generally divided into three portions).
Trio congratulates them and briefly celebrates with a few seconds of music. The
Fiesta Trio consists of a grasshopper, a snail, and a frog.
To help Dora complete her quests, her purple Backpack provides what she needs.
The Backpack is magical and produces large items, such as ladders, space suits,
and other things that cannot fit inside. This Backpack was given to Dora as a
gift by her mother and father.
In order for the Backpack to open up, Dora asks the viewers to say, "Backpack."
The Backpack sings an introduction and asks the viewers to select what Dora
needs from its contents. Whatever contents remain is returned to the Backpack
and then the Backpack says, "Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum. ¡Delicioso!" (Delicious).
Another item that is essential for Dora and provides guidance and advice is a
Map. This Map is rolled up and is stashed in a side pocket of the Backpack. Dora
asks viewers to say, "Map" to make it come out of the Backpack. The Map
introduces itself to the viewers with a song.
Another very close friend of Dora's is Isa the Iguana. Isa is skilled at
gardening and loves to grow flowers of all types. Isa seems to have a crush on
Boots. Although she treats Dora and Boots the same, Isa greets Boots more shyly
Another character is Tico the Squirrel, whom is a friend of Dora's and lives in
the forest and speaks Spanish (and very rarely speaks English). Tico wears a
colorful striped vest and is generally seen driving a small yellow car. He also
travels in helicopters and boats. His purple fur, round body, and small
triangular stumps for arms and legs give him character. Tico's purpose is to
help Dora teach the audience words and phrases in Spanish. For instance, if Dora
tells Tico something in Spanish, such as, "faster" or "look out," she asks the
viewers to say it with her.
Another character is Benny the Bull. He is a friend of Dora's and lives in a
barn. Benny loves to eat and usually rides in a hot air balloon. He is mostly
blue with little yellow horns.
Benny stands on his hind legs and is a bit taller
than Dora. His attire consists of a blue bandanna with white polka dots around
his neck. He sometimes assists Dora by providing her with something that she
needs on her current quest.
Other human characters include Dora's father (Papi), her mother (Mami), her
grandmother (Abuela), her cousins (Diego, Daisy, and Alicia), her twin baby
brother and sister, her teacher, Boots' music teacher, King Bobo, and Santa
There is a lot to be learned from Dora. Her kindness and compassion for others
is evident in her deeds. It is a wonderful theme to incorporate into a child's
bedroom because it is a reminder of her wonderful traits.
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