Somewhat positive portrayal of a homeschool family, somewhat not
The movie was surprisingly fun for parents as well as 8 & 10 yo kids. Spoliers: In terms of potty humor, (literally) there is a whole scene about a character not wanting to poop in the jungle but nothing inappropriate is shown. The characters inhale spores from a plant that cause them to hallucinate and turn into the cartoon versions of themselves. After a character turns into a cartoon, he yells "freedom" and runs away naked so you see a cartoon behind. When they later come out from the effects of the spores , he wakes up under a blanket embarrassed. The one "sexy stuff" thing CSM left out is there are 2 scorpions that Dora thinks are fighting, then she realizes they are "mating" and Diego gets embarrassed and asks her to stop saying "mating".
For the homeschoolers - They mention Dora has been homeschooled for 10 years by her professor parents and has spent all of her time alone in the jungle. Her parents send her to "the city" to "make friends" because they need to go on an expedition. At public high school (with metal detectors, bullies, etc.), Dora is shown as well educated and socially innocent, but not totally inept. She is out of place and labelled a "dork", and while she knows it, she deliberately doesn't change to fit in. While Dora being different makes things difficult for Diego (who has been a city kid for a while and is not one of the "cool" kids), he stands by her because she's family. At the end, Dora chooses to return to friends/ public high school instead of staying in the jungle with her parents. It is portrayed as solely her choice, and her parents comically boo-hoo about it.