- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 38 Illustrations
- 216 x 216 x 3 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 4381:Standard Color 8.5 x 8.5 in or 216 x 216 mm Perfect Bound on Standard 70 White w/Gloss Lam
- 123 g
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Italian Vocabulary Picture Book (with Audio by a Native Speaker!)144
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Children's Italian Vocabulary Picture Book (with audio)
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In this award-winning, colorful, fun, and vivid book with real images and audio by a native speaker of Italian, children will learn the name and pronunciation of 38 common house objects in Italian.
- Winner of the Tillywig Brain Child Award and of the Academics' Choice Smart Book Award
- Features audio by a native speaker of Italian right off the book (simply scan the QR codes on each page with your cell phone)
- Includes several printable suggested games to practice the words in this book (link to games is provided in the book)
- An excellent choice for those who would like to introduce Italian to their kids and educators who work with dual language education
- From the same developers of the multi-award-winning Linguacious Italian vocabulary flashcard game!
Audio pronunciation by a native speaker of Italian is available right from the book for each word, making this a great book especially for parents who may not speak the language themselves but would like their children to learn good pronunciation.
Simply scan the QR code with the free Linguacious app to hear the word. This children's Italian book with audio in Italian can help kids develop early language skills in Italian by playing games with the book to practice reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Each page contains a single, large image, with the word in Italian displayed in large font.
Perfect for kids learning Italian as a native language, Italian as a second language or Italian as a foreign language.
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Fler böcker av Victor Dias De Oliveira Santos
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"With this book, vocabulary learning is made fun and authentic while developing all
four language skills: listening, speaking, writing, and reading. I have worked as a language
trainer for the last 10 years and adding the Little Polyglot Books to my
resources box has been a refreshing and fun way to update my lessons with children and adults
flor garcia, founder of the little nomadas
"We really liked this book. It was easy to download the app scanner and get started. We listened really hard to the words and tried to mimic them. We laughed a lot!"
academics' choice award reviewer (upon awarding the Smart Book Award to this book)
“This Little Polyglot book incorporates several elements that elevate its efficacy above that of other language learning books for children.”
tillywig award reviewer (upon awarding the Brain Child Award to this book)
A second language learning expert with vast experience in the field and a father to two amazingly funny trilingual children, Dr. Victor Santos founded Linguacious with the goal of helping other families and educators worldwide support the learning of other languages in children. With the multi-award-winning Linguacious vocabulary flashcard game and the Little Polyglot Books, Dr. Santos has brought to the market a smart, social, and fun solution to get children excited about learning languages. The materials feature audio pronunciation by a native speaker of each language, which is a perfect tool for those parents who may not speak the language fluently themselves but would like their kids to learn good pronunciation and interact with them. In addition, kids can play various games with the materials in order to practice their newly acquired vocabulary knowledge!
In his free time, Dr. Santos is usually thinking about which languages to develop next, digging out books in either English, Russian, or Portuguese to read to his kids at home, or simply making sure his two little polyglot cuties stay out of trouble. Ok, a little bit of trouble is healthy, especially if the kids are practicing another language while making that trouble! :)