Hi! It’s me! How have you been? I hope everyone is fabulous!
I wanted to pop in and let you know about a great program for kids to learn Spanish. I was lucky enough to be able to share these awesome books in Spanish with my littles and now I get to share them with you!
Language Together offers programs in different languages for kids. We used the Spanish set, of course. The set comes with 10 super cute books that introduce new words to kids in a fun way.
The books are easy to read, have drawings the kids really like because they are funny and the stories are short and sweet. Since we got them, my boys each get to pick one before nap. I read each page to them and they repeat it back to me. Sometimes we make it fun by saying it as loud we can, singing it or acting it out just to make it fun. I really think it is helping them not only identify words, but build their vocabulary to form clear sentences in Spanish. This was something I struggled with as they only really wanted to give me one word answers to my questions before.
The books are very kid friendly which means the boys do not find them intimidating in the least. Other programs I have tried have SO much information that they find it overwhelming. That can make learning seem like a chore. These are little books just the right size for little hands that they can take to their room to browse. They can share them, trade them and even copy them on their own paper.
My oldest is 6 and practicing his reading. The way these books are written are perfect for him to practice his reading skills as well. I think these may be just what we need to learn to read in Spanish, too! I am very excited about this!
Here is Language Together’s decription of why they work (and I totally agree).
Step by step, our deceptively simple Flashcard Stories introduce new words and phrases. Target vocabulary is woven into short, clever stories that make kids laugh — and forget they are actually learning. Students pick up language naturally, effortlessly, through repeated exposure to comprehensible input.
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I completely recommend these books for your little ones. Making a game out of them makes learning a new language not feel like a task. It’s a great program. I wish there were more books!
Hope you like my review. Have a wonderful week!
Amazon link: Language Together