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Dino Lingo – Language Learning Program for Kids

This giveaway is sponsored by Dino Lingo.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own.

I’ve reviewed quite a few products over the 3 years that I’ve been blogging here on So Easy Being Green.  Many of those were focused on my girls – which isn’t a huge surprise since most of my life is focused on them too!  There have been a lot of products that I’ve loved, but only a few that I can easily name right off the top of my head as our favorites and Dino Lingo is definitely one of those few!

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The Dino Lingo system came into our family at the perfect time for my girls.  Sophia had just started becoming interested in learning Tagalog, the first language of her Dad who is Filipino.  Moreaya was at a perfect age to learn a new language and both girls were head over heels for dinosaurs.  Funny, but true – they’re a bit dino obsessed!

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So to find a language learning program that was geared at pre-school aged children, available in Tagalog, AND utilizing dinosaurs to teach it… we hit the Jackpot!

If you’re looking for a language learning system for your children, whether it’s because of family heritage or you’re just looking to broaden their horizons and education at a young [and the best age], I highly highly recommend the Dino Lingo system.  As you can see in the video above, the DVDs are very entertaining and the girls have learned so much from this program!  You can read my full review of the Dino Lingo program here.

Dino Lingo is designed as a fun, light, and entertaining method to introduce children to common and simple vocabulary words in a target language. We have designed these language learning programs to engage children as a form of entertainment, which ignites the imagination and encourages them to want to gain a deeper understanding of the target language.

The Dino Lingo language learning program is designed as an introduction to 200 vocabulary words and simple phrases, which a child may easily identify after watching the video several times. The goal of the entertaining and engaging DVDs is to capture a child’s imagination, as they are introduced to new words in a new language.

The Dino Lingo programs are not recommended for children who have had over 50+ hours of instruction of immersion in the target language, as they might find this vocabulary “too easy”. Dino Lingo language learning programs are designed for children ages 2 through 7 years. As an introduction and an educational form of entertainment, we highly recommend watching the Dino Lingo language learning programs as a family.

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What’s your primary reason for teaching your child a second language?

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  1. Hannah Avery says:

    I would like for my kids to know Spanish, as I know it pretty well because I lived in Mexico as a teenager, and their are many hispanics in the US.

  2. because it would give her a better chance at getting a better opportunity in the work field when she is older. and hopefully it would be easier for her to learn younger

  3. kathy downey
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    It is important for my child to learn a second language as it can make education easier when they start school

  4. Choices, choices…. spanish is the most useful living in California, but Latin & Mandarin would be pretty awesome too! Or russian…. maybe all of them. ; )

  5. I would like my children to learn Japanese for family history reasons, and Spanish because it is heavily used where we live.

  6. jogika
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    I think it is important for my daughter to learn new languages since she loves travelling so much, This would enable her to communicate with other people in various countries.

  7. It is important for my child to learn a second language obviously for education purposes, but also to gain more cultural experiences and appreciation.

  8. I think it is important to know a second language when travelling. It helps appreciate a culture. It is also a lot of fun to learn a language. I would love to better my French and Spanish and learn German. And it would be great to speak to my child in a different language.
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  9. Crystal Gregg says:

    I want my son to be very well educated and have opportunities I never had as a kid. Bilingual will look really good on a resume when he grows up.

  10. abedabun dawn says:

    Why is it important for my child to learn a second language? We live in an area where there are more and more Mexicans showing up. Our school system does nothing to help the children communicate with each other which causes a divide among them. And since their parents are not going to have them learn English, our kids have to learn Spanish. Yes our school system does teach Spanish…… in high school only. But we should be teaching the children English in elem school.

  11. Living in Texas means almost everything is in Spanish. I want my children to be able to fully participate and understand things in their environment.
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  12. encourage them to learn about different cultures

  13. Second language learning is important because it enhances a person’s understanding of the world.

  14. We live in a climate where bilingual is becoming second nature. Why wouldn’t we want to give our children the opportunity NOW to gain these skills?
    We would love to see how Dino Lingo can assist our children in learning more languages! Thank you for the opportunity. :)

  15. We live really close to the ON/QC border, and in our area, french is considered essential in gaining satisfactory employment (in most cases).

  16. Monica Nuss says:

    encourages children to learn about other people and their differences and how alike they really are.

  17. It is important for my kids to learn French because we will be living overseas for a while due to my husbands degree/profession.
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  18. French
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  19. Kimmie Kim says:

    I want my children to learn Soanish so they can get a head start on their education.

  20. How fun!! My husband actually speaks Russian fluently and while I don’t know it, I would love for my son to learn it. Like a lot of people have stated, it’s awesome for kids these days to know more then one language, I wish I did! Maybe I could learn from these DVDs as well!! :)

  21. Natausha Manis says:

    I want my little boy to learn Mandarin as we are adopting from China!

  22. Rebekah Drapeau says:

    I think it’s important for my children to have cultural awareness. I want them to be exposed to other cultures through language and have the ability to interact with people from other parts of the world.

  23. Rebekah Drapeau says:

    I think it’s important for my children to have cultural awareness. I want them to be exposed to other cultures through language and have the ability to interact with people from other parts of the world.

  24. Rebekah Drapeau says:

    I think it’s important for my children to have cultural awareness. I want them to be exposed of other cultures through language and have the ability to interact with people from other parts of the world.

  25. I always wished I knew a 2nd language…4 years of French and I remember nothing! Maybe I should have started early. :)
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  26. I think it would give my children a wonderful advantage to know another language (whether its an educational or communication advantage)

  27. sherry blamer says:

    its important to learn another language for educational reasons. I dont have family who speak another language so it would purely be for fun and education.

  28. It’s important to learn more than one language for educational purposes – as well as for communicating with others in life!
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  29. Jessica Hamlyn says:

    I would love for my family and especially my baby bear to learn Spanish… his father is Hispanic and we believe that learning the language is a great way to honor his heritage.

  30. Melissa b says:

    Because being able to communicate with as many people as possible is important

  31. Amanda Alvarado says:

    Dd needs to learn Spanish because of the area we live in. I have never picked it up and while it hasn’t been a big problem so far (there is always someone close by who speaks spanish that I can call on), it would make my job a lot easier if I did speak it (or at least understand more than the bad words!).

  32. I’d like my child to be able to communicate with the many Spanish-speaking members of our community!

  33. Kateryna K. says:

    We are first generation immigrants, it would be very important to have the child speak 2 languages I grew up with.

  34. I think a second language is important because it means you can communicate with even more people in the world. It’s a shame that kids don’t start in elementary school in the US like they do in most other countries. Plus, it helps with all other firms of education!

  35. Erika McWhirter says:

    I would love to get either the German or Hungarian ones.

  36. Erika McWhirter says:

    I would love to get either the German or Hungarian ones.

  37. Kim Pollock says:

    I would love my son to learn Spanish to be able to communicate in another language.

  38. I think its important as French is spoken more often in canada.

  39. I think it’s important that my daughters will learn my language too because it will be to their advantage if they can speak different languages. I am Filipino too and my daughters can understand some Tagalog words but they can’t really speak Tagalog. I try to make them talk in Tagalog but still, they answer back in English. :)
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  40. Jessie Ruiz says:

    It is important for my children to learn Spanish so they can get to know their grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins better.

  41. Melissa Conn says:

    My husband’s family lives in Israel, so we’ve been trying to teach our son Hebrew

  42. Carrie Stelzer says:

    It’s rather ego-centric to think we don’t need to know how to communicate with others in this global community. We can’t expect everyone to speak English.
    Besides, learning another language helps with brain development.

  43. Holly C
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    It is important for individuals to be able to speak multiple languages because we live in a multicultural world. Knowing another language will help them socially and professionally.!

  44. Holly C
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    I would pick English or possiblly Swahili. Wish you had Tegulu

  45. Megan Ramsey says:

    I think it is important to learn a second language to be able to communicate to others in our diverse community

  46. Megan Ramsey says:

    I think it is important to learn a second language to be able to communicate to others in our diverse community.

  47. Madeline M. says:

    It would be great for my son to learn a second language so he can be well rounded. Even though I love French language, I would probably get the Spanish as it has become a popular language in the U.S.

  48. Madeline M. says:

    It would be great for my son to learn a second language so he can be well rounded. Even though I love French language, I would probably get the Spanish as it has become a popular language in the U.S.

  49. I would love my child to know Spanish since it will benefit her being able to communicate with others
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  50. I think it’s important for my kids to learn Spanish as a second language, because anymore English and Spanish are the most spoken languages here in the U.S.A

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