I’ve always wanted to have bilingual children. I think its a valuable skill to have in this world. Problem? I’m not good at languages. Sing-A-Lingo is a learning tool for parents who want to teach their children a second language but aren’t versed in it themselves. Sing-A-Lingo teaches the second language with catchy songs that incorporate everyday activities, like setting the table, saying hello to friends, dancing (What? You don’t dance every day?), washing hands and more.
I reviewed the Spanish version and there are fun songs like, “En La Manana”, “Hola, Amigos” and “Marcha.” The songs are done in English and Spanish so the non-bilingual parent can learn, too. Founded by Pina and Michael Madera, Sing-A-Lingo was created because they wanted to teach their kids useful Spanish. Both are bilingual. Michael has a doctorate in Psychology but it seems his passion may be music. Pina has long been an educator and was raised bilingual.
The songs come with lyrics so your child can follow along when they’re able to. They’re upbeat and fun, so learning a second language isn’t made into a boring task. This also makes a perfect gift for that child in your life that has bilingual parents or parents interested in them being bilingual.
To check out Sing-A-Lingo, go to www.singalingo.com.
Company sent product for review.