Kids learn languages by Mondly 4+

Fun learning games for kids

ATi Studios

    • 4.4 • 207 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Are you looking for a fun and free educational app to help your kid learn a new language in record time? Look no further! Mondly for Kids is the educational game that teaches toddlers and kids 33 different languages in a fun and engaging way.

Download the language app today so your kid can learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, American English, British English, Dutch, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, Greek, Romanian, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Hindi, Hebrew, Polish, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Czech, Croatian, Finnish, Farsi, Afrikaans, Hungarian, Turkish or Thai for FREE.

In no time, your brilliant kid embarks on a language journey to remember. They play, explore and discover the amazing world around them. The unique language lessons take your kid on an adventure where boys and girls learn about:

• Animals
• Nature
• Fruits & Food
• Parts of the body
• Colors & Numbers
• Family
• School
• Professions
• Buildings
• Leisure
• Sports

Mondly for Kids features fun & intuitive reading, writing, listening and speaking exercises using flashcards for kids that will help stimulate the imagination and bring out the creativity in your kid. Join the fun and experience the amazing benefits the app brings for your gifted children:

• Pick up new vocabulary through flashcards for kids and by playing fun word games
• Learn to speak new phrases by playing around to form basic sentences
• Take part in interactive conversations with native speakers
• Nail flawless pronunciation by listening to professional voice actors

Our family-friendly & kid-friendly courses have powerful features to help preschool, kindergarten and school boys and girls learn the ABCs:

• Amazing kid-friendly illustrations to keep you kid focused
• Awesome sound effects to grab children's attention
• Beautiful animations to make the language journey more fun
• Innovative verb conjugator to make learning grammar a breeze

In no time, our kid-friendly ABC game will help your kid learn the alphabet and absorb hundreds of new words & phrases, faster than regular classes. It’s like having a private teacher in your pocket 24/7. Explore the world of languages with Mondly for Kids:

• 11 categories
• 77 premium lessons
• 400 words with illustrations & audio
• 75 new phrases to learn
• Free daily lessons
• Fun weekly quiz
• Ad-free, just pure educational fun

Download Mondly for Kids now and help your child learn a language for free.

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Subscription options:
One-monthly subscription for $US9.99 (or the equivalent in local currency), automatically renewed until canceled.
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When a subscription is canceled, access to the app’s courses and features will expire at the end of the current payment period.

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What’s New

Version 1.0.12

• Amazing kid-friendly illustrations to keep your kid focused
• Awesome sound effects to grab children's attention

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
207 Ratings

207 Ratings

thebear46 ,

Kids learning Section: Hebrew

I am thrilled with this app for Hebrew. It spells the word in Hebrew, you can view it in English and it pronounces the Hebrew. The 3 chipmunks cheering are ok just a little loud. I turn up the regular sound as some sounds are like others. I am struggling with the difference between the Ls and Rs and switch a lot between the spelling in Hebrew and what I hear. It could just be me.
Duolingo as much as I have used it for other languages falls a bit short in the vocal speech of what you see on the screen in Hebrew. Again I think it is a matter of time with updates that are needed.
I would like to suggest a section in Mondly Kids with alphabet lessons and some Nikud. ( the vowels) Everywhere people say the Nikud is not necessary for adults but it is used to help pronunciation when teaching children. Hebrew letters and sounds are REAL tough for the beginner learner! Learning the alphabet in Hebrew with special ending letters etc is quite daunting. As an adult though I am very grateful for the Mondly PRESchool section that is provided! Keep up the great work!

minie jojo siwa ,

Spanish is the best!

I don’t even speak this language and I have friends next door and I don’t even know Spanish and my friend and I don’t even know how to pronounce her name🤣so...I call her A and it was hilarious!!! You know everyone knows hola and stuff like that so anyways so yeah it is a very VERY GREAT game so I geese this is the only game I can think about for English and Spanish so yeah play enjoy it like it and have a wonderful day

Sincerely
Mini jojo siwa!

Dalianguy ,

Got it for Latin, but no Latin

The Mondly Kids website clearly lists Latin in the slider, between Catalan (also not available) and Dutch, yet there’s no Latin in the app. With a 6 1/2 year old absolutely obsessed with all things Roman and curious about the language, I was eager to test this out and put down the money if it was good. Disappointed.

The kid is also interested in Japan, so we tried Japanese. First preschool level daily lesson starts with ‘theatre,’ ‘cinema,’ ‘actor,’ and ‘film’—are you kidding me? And cinema and film—often interchangeable in English and apparently the same word in Japanese—confused the kid (and me) when trying to match. Not impressed.

Edit: After letting the kids play a little longer, I added a star, but as a language educator and learner, myself, I don’t see anything exceptional so far. There’s a lot of missed opportunity, in fact. We’ll give it a week and see if the kids keep interest and I find any reason to adjust the rating.

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