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The Best Language Learning Apps and Websites For Every Age

DInoLingo knows the market is saturated with websites and apps that promise to teach another language. Which are effective? We list 10 options for you.

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What Are the Best French Learning Websites for Kids?

French is a great second language for English speaking children. It’s Latin based, so it’s relatively easy for kids to pick up! There are a lot of websites that promise to teach French easily, but which are the best? We’ve created a list of the best French learning websites for kids below. DinoLingo:…

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What Are the Best Methods to Learn a Second Language?

Most high schools and colleges require students to take foreign language classes. But, only 20 percent of United States citizens can converse in two or more languages, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Obviously, these statistics show the classes are not working. So how does someone learn a second language? We listed some…

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Advantages of Learning a Foreign Language for Kids

DinoLingo helps parents understand the advantages their children could have by learning a foreign language.

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Why Should Children Learn a Second Language At an Early Age?

Many high schools and colleges in the United States require students to learn a second language. But typically when they graduate, they can hardly remember anything from their classes. So, how do you guarantee your child will become bilingual? Teach them early. There are proven reasons why young kids are better equipped to…

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What is the Easiest Language For Kids To Learn?

DinoLingo lists why Spanish is the easiest language for English speaking kids to learn.

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Challenges and Changes in Mixed Roots and Multicultural Families

Identity is something that many if not most all of us wrestle with whilst growing up. However, like most minorities, this is perhaps even more so for many mixed roots, multicultural and third culture kids; from dealing with being treated differently by others and searching for groups to identify with, and feel a…

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Developing Reading Fluency with Children

In some of our previous blogs, we’ve talked about Enjoying Reading with your Child and Making Reading a Routine Reality. But how about helping children to become independent readers?  Author, teacher trainer, and owner of her own language school in Japan, Mari Nakamura, has developed a Three-Stage Literacy Program at her school, English…

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The Social Advantages of Exposure to Other Languages

Recent studies show that “multilingual exposure improves not only children’s cognitive skills but also their social abilities” (“The Superior Social Skills of Bilinguals”, The New York Times, March 11, 2016). Whilst I’m wary of sound bites that may mistakenly encourage us to think that people are ‘superior’ simply by virtue of speaking more…

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Making Reading a Routine Reality

  1. Make books part of your family life – Always have books around so that you and your children are ready to read whenever there’s a chance. We have a few low bookshelves dedicated to our kids and they’ve always enjoyed being able to access them freely (even if it sometimes drove us…

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