Language Courses for Children {Language Together Review}

Language Courses for Children {Language Together Review}

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Language Together; however, all opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.  If you click through and make a purchase, Multicultural Kid Blogs receives a small commission. This review is sponsored by Language Together; however, all opinions are the author’s own.

A few weeks ago, my youngest daughter started kindergarten. It has been a time of growth, learning and fun for her. Although most of her first weeks were spent in songs and stories, she has been starting to show strong interest in learning more about her letters and numbers.

This is why I was excited to hear about Language Together and review the first set of books in Spanish, English and Chinese. These language courses for children are in story form and are designed for young children who are learning to read in their native language and are interested to learn a second or third language.

My first impression about the Language Together books was their clean and engaging design and how they incorporate graphic-text correspondence in the illustrations. I think this is definitely a great way to build a strong foundation of vocabulary and confidence in the emerging reader.

The set of books in English and Spanish uses repetition and patterns and also includes audio. The voices of the audio are clear and warm. It is easy to tell that they are native speakers! The stories are engaging and serve perfectly as read-alouds for my bilingual child. You can listen online or through a QR code in the cover.

My kids don’t know how to speak a third language, but I think this may change if we start using the Language Together set of books in Chinese! Using the same model as the other set of books definitely facilitates learning a new language in a fun and effective way.

This set of books is helping my kindergarten tremendously with her early literacy journey. These books are a wonderful educational resource and would be a great addition to your home or class! Learn more about the research behind the Language Together language courses for children on their website. The books are available to purchase from Language Together or from Amazon.

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Linda is a mom of three, a bilingual writer and a Latino advocate. Her site,, serves as a platform for Latina moms (and Latinas at heart) raising bilingual and bicultural children while trying to preserve their heritage and language. You can connect with Linda on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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