We want our children to learn Spanish. Our first plan was to let Drew teach it, since he has a Master's degree in Spanish Translation. But, he's very busy with his PhD work. And even though I took Spanish for three years in high school, most of it I don't remember because I have not used it. Charis has been showing an interest in speaking Spanish and is able to count from one to ten and knows a few colors. When I saw BookLingual Spanish for Kids Set, I wanted to get it.
The complete set includes 32 digital books + games and activities. There are 11 Level 1 books, 11 Level 2 books, and 10 Level 3 books. At the end of every book, there are games and activities. The books are included on a CD and can easily be transferred over to any device, such as an iPad, tablet, or ereader for easy reading.
The first time I opened BookLingual, Charis and I read five Level 1 books. She wanted to keep reading, but we had other things to do. The next day, she remembered five words-oso, mono, maestro, lápiz, and pizarra. Charis enjoyed "turning the page" herself on the computer. I liked that it was a read-aloud audio book; I did not have to read in Spanish and potentially mispronounce words. The games and activities at the end of the book also helped Charis learn the basic Spanish words.
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