Tuesday, March 12, 2013
BookLingual Books Review
I've never been a big fan of sticking children in front of a T.V. to watch a program, movie or play a game. I believe they learn so much more by reading, creating and experimenting. BookLingual is right up my thought alley! They teach languages through fun reading :-)
Imagine your child or grandchild learning to read Spanish through a fun book that also teaches them to read more. Our country has became increasingly multi cultural. Learning another language from the very beginning gives them an edge on life. BookLingual, bilingual children's books are specially designed to help children learn Spanish through fun reading. The books are intuitively designed and based on research to speed up language learning, even if you don’t know a word of Spanish. Rather than making language lessons a chore or sticking kids in front of a TV. BookLingual, bilingual children's books are designed to help children gain a love for reading through picture books.
BookLingual is launching its full program, which will include 32 different eBooks, a Parent’s Guide, and Super Quick Guide to Spanish on March 18th. These 6 include Benny Likes Too Much, Bree and the Bee Can’t Share, Come to the Zoo!, Oh No, I’m Sick!, Grandma Cooks a Grand Dinner, Can You Guess What I Am?, Parent’s Guide, Super Quick Guide to Spanish My grandson liked "Come to the Zoo" best. He really enjoys zoo's and animal's of all kinds so I knew he would. Throughout the 6 books he would try to sound out the words and if he could not get one he'd ask me to "tell me, grandma, you read it." My granddaughter on the other hand did quite well. She would stop now and again to ask me how to pronounce something but she read and learned. I think these books are great as beginner learning to read Spanish books. The children stayed interested and engaged. They enjoyed reading which always helps. I do feel children will need an adult's help the first time going through the books. I love this part - a 5% portion of proceeds always goes to charities, such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital!
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