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Flashcards are a fun, tried and tested way for children to learn vocabulary. The vocabulary is based around a shopping theme and each card is jumbo size (127x81mm), durable and easy to handle. The cards depict engaging clear photographs with one side just showing the picture, and the other showing the picture plus the word in both languages. This aids versatility and helps absorption on a subcontious level. The cards comes complete with ideas for games, a selection of useful phrases and an index of vocabulary. Free audio files are available to download online.
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My 3 year old daughter was very attracted to the cards immediately wanted to sit down and look at them with me. She We sat together for a good half an hour and went through each card and she recited (parrot fashion) the words in English and then in french. She then proceeded to run into the kitchen to get an apple from the fruit bowl, shove it in my face a scream POMME! at me. Much cheering and hugs followed, the girl is a genius! --Me and My Kiddywinks
As we live in a bilingual household, 9-year-old Sophie and 6-year-old Juliette speak perfect English and French. However, it's slightly trickier for the written language. I have always been worried about confusing them with different spelling rules for the two languages while they're taking on board grammar and spelling lessons at school so tend to back off for the second language, in this case English. We still read and look at English books together and I buy them activity books in English but I just let their spelling mistakes go by without making a big deal out of them - for now ! As a teacher, I appreciate the memorisation techniques used - the visual stimulus alongside the written word in both languages on one side and just the image on the other side, so that you can play at trying to remember the words. There are a couple of extra cards in the pack with ideas for games and useful sentences. Another great bonus is the pronunciation checker on the website, in both English and French. I've checked and the accents are very authentic. This also led to another game - the girls love listening to random words on the computer and racing to be the first to find the matching cards. ...The cards are about double the size of normal playing cards. They're great for little fingers to hold though and even 22-month-old Pierre loves looking at them and passing them around. They're robust and wipe-clean so I'm happy for him to play too --The Madhouse Family
Alison O Dornan was born in the UK, but as a teenager moved to Japan with her family and attended an international school. It was here that she first became fascinated with people who were bilingual and could think in a second language. Having attained an Engineering and Computing degree from Oxford University, Alison then went on spend over ten years in the city of London as a fund manager before establishing her own website design company, Al et Al Website Design. Alison s business analysis skills and entrepreneurial spirit has always been recognised by her friends and colleagues and it was in this vein that in 2010 her Dutch friend Wilma van Riel first mentioned the idea of a bilingual children s alphabet book. Alison was intrigued by the simplicity of the concept, and after some initial research to determine that nothing similar had ever been done before, Diglot Books was born. After several months of painstaking word searches and artwork the first title ABC Nederlands English went to print in December 2010.
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