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Early Lingo: An Playful Approach to Learning a Second Language {Giveaway}

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Giveaway closed: Winner is Laurie!

I’ve always been a fan of bilingualism.  Are my kids bilingual or trilingual, for that matter? No, they’re not. Sadly, I’ve spoken about my failure of not teaching the kids Spanish or Tagalog.  This is why I truly admire Cynthia’s post about teaching her daughter Spanish.  The kids know a few words, here and there, but they are no where near being bilingual.

If you are starting your own quest to teach your children to be bilingual, whether it be Spanish, French or Mandarin, starting early is key.

Early Lingo DVDs

Early Lingo,  the first-of-its-kind DVD series designed to teach children the basic foundations of foreign language learning through total immersion and age-appropriate adventure.

Available in a variety of languages, the DVDs are designed to empower infants, toddlers, and preschoolers to master language acquisition through:

  • Original characters
  • Lively animation
  • Live footage
  • Catchy music
  • Vivid colors
  • Action and word-specific.

I had the pleasure of reviewing the Spanish edition. We met Jojo and Lulu, a monkey and a bird, as they are the main characters in each video. The ages for this video is 6 months and older.  My 6yo daughter was more receptive to the video than my 8yo son. Still, they sat through the video and praised themselves for the words they already knew.  The DVD plays simple words that can easily be repeated by your child. The objects are called by name and then used in a very easy sentence.

Each DVD retails at $19.99 and the 6-DVD box set retails at $99.99. Take a look at this sample video:

If you are wanting to teach your little one your native language, or any other language, I have a giveaway for you! I am giving away (1) DVD of your choice to one of you! Want a chance to enter and win?

Here is your Mandatory Entry:

Answer this in a comment: What language are you teaching your child or learning yourself ?

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This Giveaway ends Tuesday,  June 11, 2013 at 12 noon. Void where prohibited. (1) winner will be selected using Random (dot) org and notified through email. U.S. residents only.  Must be 18 years or older to participate. By entering the giveaway, you give me permission to send your info (if you should win) to the sponsoring company, who will ship the prize to you.  Sorry, no refunds or exchanges. Winner has 2 days to respond before I select another winner.  Entries/Comments that do not follow the submission guidelines will not be counted. No purchase necessary.

Check out the other giveaways going on  here, here and here right now!

Good Luck!

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This is not a paid post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I received the product mentioned above to facilitate this review.

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Liz Cerezo

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Liz is a Mexican-American blogger living in Southern California. Married 19 years, and a mami to 3 kids, her content is inspired from living in and raising a multicultural familia. Liz has been blogging for more than 7 years, establishing herself as a nationally recognized Latina blogger. She often blogs in Spanglish and may throw in some Tagalog when talking about her hubby. You can also find her chit chatting away at @Liz_Cerezo on Twitter!

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32 Comments

  1. Rita M

    Hard to do long distance, but I’m trying to teach my young granddaughter some Spanish.

    05 . Jun . 2013
  2. Rita M

    Shared on Google+ – Rita M

    05 . Jun . 2013
  3. Rita M

    Follow you on Twitter – @4emsmom – and tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/4emsmom/status/342352819359186945

    05 . Jun . 2013
  4. hannah

    I’m trying to learn Spanish, and failing so far. But I really want to learn it!

    05 . Jun . 2013
  5. hannah

    tweeted here https://twitter.com/achrissmile/status/342422922121592833

    05 . Jun . 2013
  6. hannah

    clicked the like button – verification here: https://www.facebook.com/hannah.nab/activity/283879418416125

    05 . Jun . 2013
  7. Alesha

    My SO and I are teaching our son (half Honduran) Spanish, and I myself plan on learning many languages (language enthusiast here lol).

    06 . Jun . 2013
  8. Patricia

    Spanish is our second language.

    06 . Jun . 2013
  9. Patricia

    Twitter follower https://twitter.com/yourpotofgold/status/342774418218549248

    06 . Jun . 2013
  10. Angie W

    I would love to teach my little one Spanish. I have very basic skills, so I hope we can both become fluent together!

    06 . Jun . 2013
  11. Christina F.

    my husband and i both know french, so we’re teaching our 20-month-old french. she doesn’t seem to understand a word yet, because when i ask in french if she would like cake, she says yes, and then runs to her bookshelf to bring me a french book to read. 🙂 at least she knows the sounds are different than english, i suppose!

    06 . Jun . 2013
  12. Christina F.

    shared on google+ (cmafairman)

    06 . Jun . 2013
  13. Christina F.

    tweeted ([at]cmafairman)

    06 . Jun . 2013
  14. LunaT

    Spanish and French!

    06 . Jun . 2013
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  16. Jodi Monroy

    Spanish

    07 . Jun . 2013
  17. Diane baum

    I’m attempting to learn Japanese

    07 . Jun . 2013
  18. Rosalinda Vargas

    My grandson is learning Spanish.

    07 . Jun . 2013
  19. Rosalinda Vargas

    @moringa4all tweeted

    07 . Jun . 2013
  20. Daniel M

    none yet but probably spanish

    09 . Jun . 2013
  21. Tabathia B

    I am working on Spanish with her

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

    10 . Jun . 2013
  22. Tabathia B

    liked post

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

    10 . Jun . 2013
  23. Tabathia B

    g+ post: tabathia b

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

    10 . Jun . 2013
  24. Laurie Emerson

    We are teaching both of our children Spanish.

    10 . Jun . 2013
  25. Laurie Emerson

    I clicked on the G+ Laura Emerson

    10 . Jun . 2013
  26. Laurie Emerson

    Tweeted
    https://twitter.com/laurallee56/status/344279862162358272
    laurallee56

    10 . Jun . 2013
  27. Laurie Emerson

    Liked on Facebook.
    Laurie Emerson

    10 . Jun . 2013
  28. Karen Gonyea

    We are learning Spanish as a second language together 🙂

    11 . Jun . 2013
  29. susan smoaks

    we are both learning spanish together

    11 . Jun . 2013

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