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Spanish / English Learning Program For Children


It seems as time goes on it is more and more important that children learn to speak a second language. These days you need it to raise your position in a company or even just understand a new friend you may meet. What a better time to learn then as a child, they actually say that it is easier to learn at a young age and can even improve brain development as a whole. Recently I got the chance to review a bilingual children's book and while this book is designed primarily as a English language course for children with Spanish as their mother language it was very easy for me to turn it into a learning experience for my children.
Now I will admit myself I don't speak Spanish so this was a learning experience for not only my children but myself. The colorful characters were enough to draw the attention of my children, while the easy to read text was great for me. It helped to teach phrases like "Where do you live?" as well has how to reply appropriately. With 39 fun pages we have really enjoyed this book and will continue to use it. Whether you are an English speaking family looking to learn Spanish or a Spanish Speaking family looking to learn some English phrases this fun book is a great learning tool.
You can purchase this book on amazon HERE.
 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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