Languages4Kidz Review


Teaching your kiddos Spanish beyond your every day interactions can feel daunting at times.

We know that we need to provide a good balance of exposure and a need to use the language yet keeping our children interested can be daunting.  Especially when their exposure to the community language begins to take over!

I am constantly looking for opportunities to infuse my every day interactions with my children with more Spanish so I was happy to come across

Languages4Kidz, Inc provides teaching materials to teachers and individuals for instruction in English and Spanish for children.

I had an opportunity to check out a sampling of their Spanish curriculum.  The lessons were fun and had a great variety of vocabulary!  I was happy to see that the vocabulary was not just limited to nouns since that is a common concern I see when looking through language curriculum.

Action words also played a heavy role in the lessons!  Nouns and actions words together are the gateway to two-word combinations, a fundamental skill for language development!  Therefore, I could tell that a lot of thought had gone into planning the vocabulary for each lesson.

I was particularly pleased to see that the curriculum is available even for our littlest ones.  It is available for kiddos as young as 3 months to six years of age!

Most curriculum options are limited to preschool aged children or older which is a shame! There’s so much brain activity happening in the early stages and not serving these students is a big disadvantage in my book.  This is not the case for

The activities within the curriculum are best suited for a group setting rather than one-on-one interactions with a parent or caregiver.  However, they would certainly be a great addition to Spanish and/or English playdates!  Movement, songs, hands-on activities are all included within the teachers’s guides making it more easier on the adults leading the group.

If you’d like to know more or would like to follow Languages4Kidz, you can connect with them through their website, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Disclosure: I received a electronic copies of children’s book, and an audio for the purpose of reviewing it.  I did not receive monetary compensation for this review. All opinions are my own.

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