Are you ready to roar with the pride? Let’s take them home! Time for Disney’s The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar, the latest in Disney’s Lion King’s saga to visit you in the comfort of your favorite sofa. It has been 20 years since Disney shared with us the meaning of Hakuna Matata. Now it is time for us to learn all about Zuka Zama – Pop up and dive in in Swahili.
About The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar
Alone, every hero has his or her own special talent. But when champions work together, the results are “un-Bunga-lievable!”
Defend the Pride Lands with Kion and his courageous team in Disney’s breathtaking adventure series based on the legacy of The Lion King. You’ll run like the wind, move mountains and save the day with these five brave friends as they summon their inner powers and help protect the Circle of Life. Packed with action, music and over two hours of fun, The Lion Guard: Unleash the Power! proves that when heroes join forces, they’re truly a force to be reckoned with.
EDUCATION IN THE LION KING: RETURN OF THE ROAR
The Lion Guard goes deep to offer us much more than the values and lessons we are used to having in the Disney productions. Leaving no stone untouched to bring us the most accurate information, the creative team of the Lion Guard includes a consultant on Swahili culture. The sounds of the music, the colors used and the character catch phrases all include a touch of Swahili. Here are some examples that you might want to learn because your kids will be saying them in no time ? Kion says a lot: Hevi kabisa!-Totally intense! Beshte says: Twende Kiboko! – Let’s go hippo! and you will hear Ono say a lot of : Hapana! Oh, no!