Monday, July 9, 2012

Dino Lingo

Last month I received my first Influenster VoxBox to test and review for free which is pretty awesome. It was the Mom VoxBox. In it I got a demo of Dino Lingo It seems like a really good program for younger children, but at Diva's age (6) she got really bored with it pretty quickly. The full program in the language of your choice costs $99.00 which is a pretty steep price tag, but I think if you truly needed to have your younger child learn a new language it would be a good option.

Here is the explanation of the program from the website itself.

"Dino Lingo for Kids is a language set where cartoon dinosaurs introduce the most common 200 words of a target language. This language set consists of 5 DVDs, each DVD focused on specific learning topics. Colors, numbers, family, animals, food, fruit and vegetables, vehicles, body parts, clothes, nature and verbs and actions After watching our videos several times, most small children can easily name everyday objects and understand basic phrases such as "Hello", "What is this?" in their target language. Dino Lingo is ideal for fostering a toddler's cognitive development and has won the 'Influential Parents Award' in 2010 and 2011 in education category. Dino Lingo language learning programs are most effective for children up to 7 years of age and anybody interested in learning the basics of a new language." 

What do you think? Would you pay $99.00 for a language dvd for young children?

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