Early Lingo Learning System Now Screening for Fiji Viewers on Sky Pacific Flights

We are very proud to announce that as of May 2016, children from Fiji and the Pacific Islands will now get to enjoy the award-winning Early Lingo DVD series on TVWAN Pacific on Sky Pacific.


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New children’s show now on TVWAN Pacific Early Lingo DVD series now screening for Fiji viewers on Sky Pacific

 

Jojo & LuluMonday May 9, 2016 – Children from Fiji and the Pacific Islands will now get to enjoy the award-winning Early Lingo DVD series on TVWAN Pacific on Sky Pacific.

The half-hour show screens at 4.45pm daily on TVWAN Pacific, Channel 1 on Sky Pacific. Digicel Fiji Head of Marketing Ms. Sheryl Singh said the Early Lingo DVD series gives our children a solid foundation in a second language through an animated and live-action adventure series.

“There are currently six episodes in the English version and will play on TVWAN Pacific. The series will allow our children to learn English which is our second language.”

“There are various episodes and these are all interesting half-hour series with lessons on colours and shape at the park, counting at the farm, the alphabet, food, things in the city, expressions and more. Each episode has over 90 English words and phrases.”

“The series is good for children from 6-months to 9-years as this will provide them a great base in a second language. The series utilizes action/word specific instruction and is organized into 12 interactive programs. The series offers a playful approach to learning with stimulating visual content of everyday activities.”

“The series is an entertaining and educational series for children who get introduced to a second language through repetitive learning techniques.”

Caryn Antonini of the Early Lingo Inc. said, “I am so pleased by the opportunity to partner with Digicel Fiji so that we may offer our English language videos to the children of Fiji as the country continues to rebuild after Cyclone Winston.”

Research shows that children have greater advantage than others if they learn a foreign language at the same time they are learning their primary language. The photos and animation are a great way to teach English.

Click here to view a pdf of the official press release.