Dino Lingo via Influenster

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As an Influenster member, I received complimentary access to view numerous Dino Lingo learning language clips. Dino Lingo is a Language learning programs for kids. Dino Lingo is a fun way to introduce a new language to your child,  such as Spanish, Japanese, Russian, Greek, Portuguese and more.

I watched the Spanish language learning video clip with my 2 year old son.  The vibrant colors and fun characters in the video made it easy for him to pay attention.  The lovely fun dinosaur characters spoke clearly and slow enough to understand. Those are very important aspects to teaching a 2 year old. I love the repetition of the words they taught because I believe repetition is one of the best ways to learn.

Dino Lingo is the “#1 effective Spanish teaching program for children.”

Dino Lingo also hold s the Influential Parents Award in 2011-2012 which is very important to me.

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Dino Lingo Spanish for Kids is suitable for all children between the ages of 2 to 7 years old

Dino Lingo offers many different Spanish Packages.

One of the educational learning sets Dino Lingo offers is the 5 DVD Spanish for kids. The Dino Lingo Spanish for Kids learning program teaches the
most common 200 Spanish words and phrases in 5 DVDs for $89.95.
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DVD 1 – Let’s Count: Numbers and colors / 35 min.
DVD 2 – Let’s Eat: Food, fruit and vegetables / 35 min.
DVD 3 – Let’s Play: Toys, house items, vehicles / 35 min.
DVD 4 – Let’s Jump: Verbs, actions and nature / 35 min.
DVD 5 – Let’s Learn: Family, body parts, and clothes / 35 min.

Daily conversations, greetings and animals are included in all five DVDs.

Here is a sample clip from the DVD set:

This is a great priceless investment into your child’s future! Help them become well rounded muli-lingual individuals in their future.

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