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Lil C is in First grade… Things have sure changed a LOT since I was in First Grade. They are already Learning Spanish…..Hey, I didn’t even get the opportunity to take a Language until I hit High School. I know it is stated that Kids Absorb things like a sponge, and that’s why they start teaching them so young. But How do I help him with his Spanish? I tried to have him teach me, but It’s hard to know if he’s teaching me the right words, when I have no clue of the language itself. The older you get, the harder it is to learn new things (in theory). But it is now Extremely Easy to learn new Languages with Slanguage!
A little about Slanguage:
It’s simple: follow the illustrated prompts and read the English words out loud, and soon you’ll be speaking Spanish. This handy, easy-to-read language guide is easy to carry and gives the basic phrases you need while traveling, asking directions, or ordering food at a restaurant. It also includes phrases for medical or legal emergencies, as well as terminology for hotels, airports, and so on. But most of all, it’s just plain fun! This is created by Mike Ellis
After only using the Slanguage for a few days, I was already able to hold a simple conversation with my son – Asking how the other is and being able to respond!
The Spanish Slanguage is broken up into Different Chapters – including:
Greetings and Responses
Food and Restaurants
Health and Medicine
Travel and Tourism
This book is great for all ages – because not only does it have words, but there are pictures as well to help you learn the language as well. Even though I personally could go through and learn the language quicker on my own, I am taking the time and going through the chapters, with Lil C. He is doing Moo We Bee Yen! (Very good).
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