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#1 effective Italian teaching program for children
Children can quickly learn and speak Italian, thanks to the award-winning lessons by Dino Lingo Kids
Dino Lingo Italian for Kids is an award-winning language teaching program pedagogically designed for small children.
After watching the DVDs several times and playing with the flashcards, most children can easily name everyday objects and understand basic phrases in Italian.
This program consists of 5 DVDs, flashcards, posters, books and the parents guide.
For all children
Dino Lingo Italian for Kids is suitable for all children between the ages of 1 and 8 years.
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Italian learning DVDs for kidsDino Lingo Italian for Kids learning program teaches the
Italian learning flashcards for kids
Dino Lingo Italian learning flashcards teach the most common one hundred and fifty words in Italian. Each flash card set comes in a small size box and contains 150 flashcards.
Italian Flashcard set categories: Numbers, colors, food, fruit and vegetables, house items, body parts, family, clothes, vehicles, nature, animals and greetings.
Italian vocabulary book for kids
Dino Lingo Italian learning book is considered as a guide book for the DVDs. It's designed the way that parents can follow each lesson through the book. The book has colorful animations and subtitles. All the pages are printed on a glossy paper.
Italian learning book categories: Numbers, colors, food, fruit and vegetables, house items, body parts, family, clothes, vehicles, nature, animals and greetings.
Italian poster set for kids
Dino Lingo Italian posters teach the most common one hundred and fifty words in 10 posters. All the words are written in Italian. Each poster is printed on a glossy cardstock paper. Posters are foldable and very easy to use.
Italian poster set categories: Numbers, colors, food, fruit and vegetables, house items, body parts, clothes, vehicles, nature, and animals.
Dino Lingo world map poster is designed to help parents teach the countries and flags of the world in a fun way. Every country is painted by the colors of its own flag, which makes it easier to understand the concept of the "world" and will help your child grow up to be a more global person.
The national flag of Italy is also included in the full set to make sure your kid not only learns Italian but also gets familiarized with Italian culture at the same time.
Dino Lingo coloring book was created with the book and the posters in mind. While coloring the illustrations from the book and the posters, kids will naturally remember and repeat the words in Italian.
Dino Lingo Parents Guide is designed to help parents learn how to teach a foreign language to their children. It also has information on how to use our DVDs in the most effective way.
Every full educational set comes with a small dinosaur plush toy.
Progress chart and report
How to Monitor Your Child's Progress:
Dino Lingo language learning sets (Full Home Education sets and Basic sets) includes a special "Progress Chart" which helps to monitor your child's progress weekly. This chart also includes 200 small stickers and a weekly progress report. All the images from the DVDs and flashcards are included in the chart.
how it works : 1 - Show your child an image from the progress chart
2 - Put a sticker under each correct answer
3 - Reward your child for correct answers
4 - Repeat it every week
Italian children's songs CD
This album includes 10 Italian children's songs, which may be used as a fun way to introduce and familiarize your child with traditional Italian sounds and rhythms. Listen to this fun and upbeat compilation together, in the car, at home, or where ever the fun may take you!
Italian children's songs titles: 1 - AMOR DAMMI QUEL FAZZOLETTINO, 2 - BRILLA BRILLA LA STELLINA, 3 - FRA' MARTINO CAMPANARO, 4 - GIRO GIRO TONDO, 5 - NINNA NANNA DI BRAHMS, 6 - NINNA NANNA, 7 - NINNA OH, OH CHE BEL CASTELLO, 8 - MA QUANTE BELLE FIGLIE MADAMADORE', 9 - QUEL MAZZOLIN DI FIORI, 10 - TANTI AUGURI A TE
Dino lingo language learning programs are used by
hundreds of schools and childcare centers worldwide.
We asked moms to record and share their childrens' learning experience with Dino Lingo.
These are the real videos of kids watching Dino Lingo DVDs and learning from them. We are so proud and happy that kids love Dino Lingo.
Brittney Fonseca(Mom) / Emily D. Fonseca(Daughter)
Joshua 8 yrs old / George 7 yrs old
Do you ship Dino Lingo language learning sets overseas?
Yes. We ship our language learning sets to over 100 different countries worldwide. Including Australia, England, Canada, Japan, Philippines, South Africa, UAE, Singapore, Ireland, Netherlands, Germany, France, Russia, Spain, Brazil, China, New Zealand, Sweden, South Korea, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Israel, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Italy, Cyprus, Qatar, Poland, Viet Nam, Hong Kong, Belgium and more.
DVD FORMATS AND DVD REGIONS
Do Dino Lingo DVDs play in other countries?
Yes. We ship Dino Lingo DVDs in the format suitable to each country.
Dino Lingo DVD Regions: (All regions worldwide) 1,2,3,4,5,6. NTSC & PAL/SECAM.
Additionally you can also watch our DVDs on your computers as well.
Italian Fun Facts
Italian is the official language of Italy.
Italian language originated from Latin spoken by ancient Romans.
Some claim that Italian is the language of opera and romance. Italian loan words include concerto, pasta, espresso, mozzarella, spaghetti and pizza.
The most popular ethnic food in the US is Italian.
Celebrities Who Can Speak Italian
Audrey Hepburn, Clint Eastwood, Colin Firth, Eddie Izzard, Eva Amurri, Ge´rard Depardieu, Jennie Garth, Jennifer Connelly, Kobe Bryant, Madonna, Maya Angelou, Monica Bellucci, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson
What are the Best Ways to Learn Italian for Kids?
Regularly watching Dino Lingo Italian videos and playing Dino Lingo Italian language online games.
Visiting places where Italian is spoken such as Italian restaurants, Italian supermarkets, Italian culture centers, Italian temples, Italian schools, Italian community centers.
Playing with fun educational stuff like Italian jigsaw puzzles and Italian toys. Don't forget the posters (Italian alphabet, sight words, Italian flag).
Interacting with other kids who can speak Italian or studying together with someone with whom they can practice Italian.
Italian Proverbs & Idioms
The ox saying 'horned' to the donkey.
The calm is the virtue of the strong.
May the horse live…
Put the cart before the horse.
A good mother is worth 100 teachers.
Common Italian Baby Names
Adriana, Alberto, Angelo, Antonio, Aryana, Bianca, Camelia, Caprice, Carlo, Clarissa, Deangela, Edoardo, Elena, Emilia, Fabiano, Filippo, Francesca, Geovanna, Ignacio, Isabella, Leonardo, Mariano, Pio, Roberto, Salvatore, Sergio, Valentina, Vincenzo, Zola