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Dino Lingo: Teaching Toddlers a Second Language – Holiday Gift Idea

 There are only 53 days until Christmas!  Are you ready!?

The Dino Lingo program came into our house just 2 months ago and literally changed our lives!  Sure, that might sound a little dramatic, but it’s completely true.  My daughters were able to learn their father’s first language and even I’ve picked up on a bit too!


I won’t share my entire review with you, because you can find it here, but I will tell you that it’s my favorite language learning program that I’ve seen before, especially for toddlers.  I love the way the DVDs totally immerse the viewer in the language.

Speaking of languages, Dino Lingo comes in 43 different languages!  It was the one I chose, originally because there was a Tagalog {Filipino} set and I knew my daughters would absolutely love the addition of the dinosaurs!


Another area that sets Dino Lingo apart from other Language Learning Programs for Kids is the extras.  Not only will you find a 5 DVD Set with all 43 languages, you have the option of purchasing Flash Cards, Posters, Coloring Book, and even a Parent’s Guide to aid you in helping your little ones get as much as they can from the Dino Lingo system.

We’ve been incorporating the Dino Lingo DVDs and lessons in with our daily craft/school activities time with both girls and it is amazing how much they have learned in 2 months!



 With 43 languages available, which Dino Lingo DVD Language set would you love for your children to learn?

You can purchase the Dino Lingo Learning Program on their website, as well as on Amazon.  The 5 DVD set pictured above retails for $99.95.  Be sure to connect with Dino Lingo on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter to stay in the know about new product releases and sales and promotions!



  1. I would choose Spanish!

  2. Julia Cosgrove says:

    I would choose Irish (Gaelic).

  3. Jami Massey

    Spanish since it is spoken so much in the US already.

  4. Spanish for me

  5. If I win, the language I would choose is English.
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  6. Spanish or French.

  7. Russian

  8. Paol Trenny says:

    I would pick arabic

  9. Hannah Avery says:

    I would choose Spanish! Would be great for my son!

  10. I would choose German, just because I’ve taken it for 7 years and could contribute to the learning experience.

  11. Christa L. says:


  12. We would pick French, since our oldest two are taking lessons from a tutor right now!
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  13. I would choose Spanish

  14. I’d pick Spanish!

  15. Danish. My husbands from denmark and i love my daughters to speak the language when we go visit his family.

  16. That is a really touh decision but, I think I would go with German.

  17. Either German or Spanish.Looks fantastic and what a way for a child to learn a second language

  18. French!

  19. Either German or Spanish. I think one of those would be more useful… but the other one has more meaning to our family culture.

  20. Amanda Hendricks-Selby says:

    I’d choose japanese

  21. Spanish!

  22. Heather

    Start with Spanish!

  23. marian boll says:

    The Spanish language would be my choice

  24. I would like Spanish
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  25. tina reynolds says:

    I would pick spanish

  26. annissa frink says:

    I would choose Spanish. My daughter knows quite a few things in Spanish and can count to ten in Spanish

  27. Nicole Bear says:

    Probably Spanish

  28. i choose english language

  29. aimee richardson says:

    I would pick either Armenian (my fathers Armenian), spanish, or Japanese.

  30. Brooke B. says:

    We would choose German.

  31. jamie Martin says:

    i would choose Irish!

  32. Patti Williams says:

    I would choose Spanish

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  34. Amanda Alvarado says:

    My dd needs the Spanish!

  35. nicole krutz

    i would definitely choose spanish

  36. Looks like a fun program! I would pick Spanish for my little ones.

  37. I would pick the German one for my daughter. My German is mixed with French, so it would be nice my daughter and me to learn proper German together.

  38. The Spanish and/or Italian.
    Carol L.

  39. sherry blamer says:

    I would have to choose greek. I’ve always wanted to visit greece and learning the language with my child would be fun.

  40. I’d choose Spanish because it’s definitely the most widely-used foreign language where we live.

  41. Anne Perry says:


  42. Terra Agueda says:

    spanish, definitely

  43. Danielle Fish says:


  44. I would probably choose German.

  45. Michelle F. says:

    I would choose Spanish.

  46. I would choose Spanish, I think.

  47. Bernadette N says:

    I would choose Tagalog.

  48. ashlie elari says:

    I would choose Italian

  49. I would choose Spanish language.

  50. Rebecca Parsons says:

    I would choose the Spanish language.

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