Thursday, September 16, 2010

Blinguals Review & Giveaway




I fully believe in teaching your child a second language. I think it's very beneficial to a child. We received the English-Spanish flashcards from Blinguals. 

They take 60 everyday common words and give you the Spanish and the English version of it.

I don't know if you've ever seen the Your Baby Can Read infomercials, but it's the same concept. If a child can see the picture and know what it means in English, then you tell them the Spanish word and how to pronounce it, then eventually they will know the word. Will also probably learn how to read it as well. Avery has been doing VERY well with these flash cards. In a couple weeks I think I'll do a video and I will add it here. She has been doing great, and I'm so very proud of her.

I know the power of teaching another language. By the time Avery was 3 she knows how to count to 10 in English, Spanish and German. She can do it. If you give her the first number she can do the rest all on her own (a little help on German). I love that she does this and it makes her seem so smart in front of family members!! Same with the flash cards.

If you like showing off what your child can do or what they know. Then Blinguals is definitely for you!

Price: The English to Spanish are $7.95  for 54 cards. Other languages are $14.99 for 60 cards!! Great prices.

Overall: *****


 *Disclaimer* I received these products directly from the Company for Review. I was not paid to try out these products!*


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