Dinolingo for Families

Why choose Dinolingo?

Because it works! Dinolingo is the largest and the most comprehensive language learning program for children offering 50 languages. Dinolingo is an American grown company founded in 2010 with headquarters located in New York City. Providing stellar support service, with 100% customer satisfaction.

What is the target age group?

Dinolingo online language course is ideal for children between 2 and 14 years old, including preschoolers, kindergarteners, elementary school, middle school, and high school students.

How many children can I add to my plan?

Add here

Do I have access to all 50 languages?

Yes, in order to subscribed you choose one language and then you can have access to up to 50 language courses.

What is the teaching method?

With the game-based learning technique, children love learning languages on the Dinolingo platform while collecting rewards and improving their comprehension skills as they listen, speak, read, and write along their online adventure. On the portal, each language lesson is presented as a unit and each unit includes age-appropriate and engaging language learning activities, videos, games, songs, tests, printable worksheets, flashcards, and more. See HOW IT WORKS.

What is the Price?

Dinolingo family subscription costs only $19/month or $199 /year. This cost includes unlimited online access for 6 children for the price to all available languages. There are no annual plans or discount coupons available. Besides families, this subscription is also suitable for homeschoolers, tutors and small learning groups with up to 6 students.

What is the 7-Day Free Trial?

We offer a 7-Day Free Trial for all new customers and language courses. You can cancel your free trial within 7 days of signing up and you won’t be charged. You will be charged on the 7th day on a recurring basis.

Why does Dinolingo use the immersion method?

Research shows that the immersion method is the most successful way for a child to learn a new language. The immersion method means there is no translation revealed in the native language during the course. In the Dinolingo immersion program, children are exposed to audio of the language language with supporting images and videos, and over time with practice, they begin to identify with what they see and hear while memorizing their new language. As supplementary support to parents and caregivers, Dinolingo does provide subtitles and text but reading or writing is not required for young users since developmentally many children are not reading ready.

What is the Curriculum?

Dinolingo offers over 100 lessons in five different difficulty levels in most languages. The first introductory levels starts with;
Animals 1, Numbers 1, Animals 2, Colors 1, Colors 2, Food 1, Food 2, Animals 3, Fruit and Vegetables 1, Fruit and Vegetables 2, In the House 1, In the House 2, In the House 3, Animals 4, Nature 1, Nature 2, Animals 5, Actions 1, Actions 2, Family 1, Vehicles 1, Body 1, Animals 6, Clothes 1, Clothes 2. For the second and all other levels see our Curriculum here.

When children start speaking the language?

All children learn differently. Standardized studies show that with 15 minutes of practice time each day on Dinolingo, most children start comprehending common words and phrases in the target language within a week. After three weeks, children can name everyday objects and within three months of practice, they accumulate 120+ new words and phrases of vocabulary in the language.

How often should children use Dinolingo?

Consistency is the key to success. Once a day and every day for 15 to 30 minutes online with Dinolingo will be sufficient and not too overwhelming. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends children should be limited to online exposure with no more than one hour per day of high-quality programming. The Dinolingo leadership team are parents first, for this reason our learning experience is designed with short, effective, and focused videos and games that are manageable for parents at home learning and teachers to teach in classrooms. Additionally, our experienced language development team has mindfully created a comprehensive offline language learning experience that includes printable worksheets, flashcards, posters, and more. Go to “Lesson Plan” on your account, print, and have fun.

How long does it take for my child to complete the language course?

There are a few determining factors in self-learning and student accomplishment. Consider the child’s age, prior language knowledge, exposure to the language language, study time, and the frequency of practice. Generally speaking, Dinolingo customers maintain their subscriptions for 2+ years. Dinolingo offers monthly subscriptions with no risks and easy cancellations for customers.

Is Dinolingo App the same as the website?

The content on the Dinolingo App and the website is the same, however, some features are different. The website/desktop version of Dinolingo’s learning experience has more settings that parents and teachers find useful such as print option, reporting tools, and general settings. The App is much more geared for small kids, as well as for children traveling. Additionally, the app is synced with the website, so in order to login into the app, a website subscription is a must.

What is the cancellation policy?

Easy cancellation. There is no cancellation fee. If you subscribed on the app, cancel on tour device, if you subscribed on our website, cancel on our website. Please click here to manage your subscription. If you have issues canceling contact us directly here.

Are all 50 language courses the same?

The short answer is no. Dinolingo offers 50 different languages with over 35,000 activities in total. Not all language content is the same! Popular languages like English, Spanish, French, etc. have over 1,000 activities while less popular languages include approximately 250 activities. We also add more content into select languages each year. You can easily access your language’s up-to-date curriculum by clicking on the lesson plan on your account.

Do children need email addresses to access courses?

Children can learn at their own pace by using the same or different devices anytime, anywhere. Children do not need email addresses.

How about homeschoolers?

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