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Old 08-01-2008, 11:48 AM
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Kids Love Spanish Vols 1-7

Kids Love Spanish was created and produced by two sisters, Krisse Brock Kelly and Julie Brock Campbell, who grew up learning Spanish. They perfected their Spanish and are now raising their own families – teaching them Spanish too!

Learning a second language opens up a whole new world – A world of discovery, communication, and opportunity! Research has shown that children who have been exposed to a foreign language at an early age:

• Learn to read faster and with greater ease.
• Have better problem solving abilities.
• Outperform other kids on standardized tests.
• Have higher levels of self-confidence and are more creative.
• Have better cognitive skills.
• Have a competitive advantage in the workforce.

Parents and teachers everywhere recommend Kids Love Spanish as an excellent educational tool. So, come join the fun! You’ll love learning
Spanish too!

This DVD set includes all seven of the Kids
Love Spanish DVDs. (It’s a better value
than buying all seven DVDs separately.)
This set includes Volumes 1-7: Basic Words, Alphabet & Numbers, Family, Food, Colors & Shapes, Animals, and Basic Phrases. This set is both fun and educational for children of all ages!

Available from www.kidslovespanish.com
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Old 08-01-2008, 11:30 PM
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This seems like it would be a great set. Learning Spanish is one thing that I want my kids to do while we live here in this area. I feel that it would benefit them both greatly.

Have you used it, Amanda? Does it seem easy to understand?
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Old 08-02-2008, 03:53 AM
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I haven't yet, but will let you know!
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As a certified teacher of Spanish and English, I've taught Spanish to grades 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, & 9 and tutored at all levels of high school. I'm interested in seeing your review of this program, especially what ages it is really geared toward. For example, is it best used with "7 and under" or "5 and up" or what age group? You really can't say that one program is appropriate for ALL ages. For some, it will be too sophisticated; for others, it will be too babyish. Where does this program fall in?
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