Thursday, March 21, 2013

Learning Spanish with Booklingual, Review and Giveaway!

 Dear Readers:

 When Ana was born, I knew that one of the things I wanted to make sure she had exposure to at an early age in her development, was language. When I decided to study French in school, it was so exciting to learn another language, and immerse myself in French culture. But, I always wanted to learn Italian and Spanish too.  Growing up in NY State and living in and around NYC, I have been exposed to Spanish speakers, and have picked up a few words here or there, but not enough for a conversation or to read a Spanish book. But , I am going to change that . And, BookLingual will help. I received the pdf files included with BookLingual Spanish, which include several colorful and fun photo filled books and right away, started to read them with Ana. Here is a short video of an intro to one of the books, please excuse any mis-pronunciation or mistakes as I am learning too!

 And that is how easy it is to get started.  There is a gude to help you teach and learn with your child. As Ana is so young, she is not reading yet. So, we will learn together through reading often and repeating the words while looking at the great photos and pictures. Ana is like a sponge, and quickly learned her first 5 numbers in Spanish, so she is ready to learn more. We found the books fun, colorful and easy to read together. And, they kept her attention which is not the easiest thing with a toddler. 

Want to learn more? Here are all the details from the website and founder:

 "BookLingual books are specially designed to help children learn to read and understand a new language. These books are for ages 2-8; and work if you child already knows some Spanish, or none at all. This is a set of 6 eBooks, which you and your child will have a blast reading (and learning some Spanish!).
These are fully illustrated, full color eBooks which can be read on an iPad, tablet, or even a computer.

  • ·         Bilingual 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

  BookLingual 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 Spanish. Rather than making language lessons a chore or sticking kids in front of a TV – BookLingual is 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

The first 100 People to Pre-Order BookLingual: Complete Spanish for Kids will get:

·         The price of only $32 (that is $1 per book!). The release price to the public will be $99
·         A bonus, exclusive book from everyone’s favorite character – Bilingual Benny!
·         The entire program one day early
·         You can get a refund on your $32 deposit at any time; no questions asked
·         Also,  after you get the program, we have a 200% Guarantee, and will give you a full refund + another $32 just for taking out time to try it… (If you don’t like it for some reason)

t     This is a great deal , if you have any inclination to learn Spanish with your child, order it and try it out like Ana and I did!Also, make sure you enter to win a set for yourself at the Rafflecopter below.

Important Links:

Enter to win a copy of the 6 books and guides on pdf via a key at the Rafflecopter below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway  

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Kimberly said...

I would love to learn Spanish along with my son. He likes books a lot so this might be a good way to try it out. Thank you for the opportunity!

Allie | LunaVida said...

I took Spanish middle school-college but I am still not fluent (I wish though!).

kayte71 said...

I speak a bit of Spanish, would love to be fluent.
kaytewatts AT aol DOT com

Unknown said...

I don't speak another language, but I've always wanted to learn spanish.

Candice said...

I speak enough Spanish to get get by, but living in West Texas, it really needs to be better. My boys are young enough that they would have an easier time with it now. I would love to learn French

demmi said...

no I do not.