Kids’ vibrant minds are constantly absorbing and learning new skills everyday. This is especially true for the development of a second language. Studies show that immersion, learning by only hearing and speaking a new language, is the best way for kids to pick up new words and increase the chances of becoming bilingual.
We recently discovered Whistlefritz, an immersive Spanish and French language program that allows kids to learn a new language through a blend of live action and animation, including the help of the animated mouse, Fritz.
The system includes various DVDs, flashcards, and lesson plan/worksheets where kids can learn Spanish or French through a mix of fun songs and rhythms that get children on their feet.
This includes a substantial library of Spanish and French DVDs, including the deluxe edition that teaches kids everything from numbers to letters to the seasons and birthday parties using the immersion teaching method.
The single DVDs are also a great option to teach kids language as they focus on specific topics such as animals, parties, play and more. The program also includes information for those who homeschool as well as for educators to incorporate this program into their classrooms.
Incredibly educational and fun, we had the best time learning Spanish through this immersive system that had us engaged and excited to learn.
For more information, visit www.whistlefritz.com.