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