Bilingual Child will submerse your child into animated books where characters Lucy and Carlos, an English-speaking girl and a Spanish-speaking boy, teach vocabulary. Engaging animation reinforces the word spoken by the characters as does a word bubble in each language that appears above the character’s head.
Each book in the Bilingual Child series has amazing detail. Adorable graphics and clever animation deliver language instruction in a game-play format. This interactive environment translates into a friendly, playful experience that lays the foundation for developing a bilingual child.
Designed for children in their primary linguistic development years, Bilingual Child is a portal to future social and educational experiences.
The perfect start to your child’s foreign language education Interactive iPad and iPhone game
Children ages 1 to 4 learn English and Spanish
Animated books include animals, colors, numbers, shapes, parts of the body, parts of the face, mode of transportation, clothing items, more animals and more numbers
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I'm a single mom and like others, I always hope that my son will have a bright future with his ability. This is the reason why I really want he has a chance getting access to 2 languages at the same time and I choose Spanish for him. Despite his amazing ability of learning languages, I also help him with vocabulary exercises. I know this app thanks to a next-door friend, I try and feel it's so awesome. This app surmerse my son into animated books, where characters Lucy and Carlos, teach vocabulary effectively. I'm so glad to say this app is a work of art!
Please critically read the positive reviews. Just because something is "fun" and "easy" doesn't mean it's effective. I am a 44 year old man and downloaded this app for free when it was featured in "apps gone free", so I have absolutely no reason to rate this app poorly because I feel I was cheated or whatnot. That said, if you pay a single cent for this app, you are being swindled. Within seconds of starting, I completed two levels by simply dragging the image of a thing I was familiar with into a box. One character calls the thing by its name in English, another character says its name in Spanish. Regardless of whether you've understood the Spanish term, as long as you correctly move the image into the box, the app assumes you've "learned" the Spanish term and you move on. In the two seconds it took me to advance through the first level, I'd already completely forgotten the Spanish word for "cat," because there was no incentive to remember it. Simply dragging the image portraying the word to its place implied that its Spanish counterpart had been learned, but I was simply relying on its English term and corresponding image in order to "win" that level ("cat" + picture of a cat = I know the Spanish word for cat).
It's a worthless app that will only give the illusion of "learning."
Reliable companion for bilingual chidren!
This game is definitely able to enhance children's interest in learning English and Spanish, especially picking up vocabulary through adorable graphics as well as clever animation deliver language instruction in a game-play format. Besides that, when turning up on the screen, new words always go with ones in each language above the character’s head. That's the best way for children to have chance studying languages effectively.
- Michael Sacca
- 90 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2019 Bilingual Child
- In-App Purchases
- Colors Book $2.99
- All books $11.99
- Numbers Book $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.