Early Lingo Wins Dr. Toy’s 2011 Best Vacation Children’s Products Award
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Early Lingo Wins Dr. Toy’s 2011 Best Vacation Children’s Products Award

LOS ANGELES, CA, JUNE 6, 2011 – Early Lingo, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Early Lingo DVD Series has been awarded Dr. Toy’s Best Vacation Products Award. Dr. Toy’s Best Vacation Children’s Products Awards were developed by noted child development authority, Stevanne Auerbach, Ph.D. (a.k.a. Dr. Toy), as a service to consumers who...

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Tips for Language Learning – Part 3

Here’s Part 3 of the language learning tips from your friends at Early Lingo! 7. Learn by talking to each other. Having students practice a language by talking to each other over a meal, for example, is a great way to learn (Gardner, 1983; Dryden & Vos, 1997). 8. Learn by reflecting. It is important...

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Tips for Language Learning – Part 2

Happy Friday! Here’s Part 2 from the Language Learning Tips from your friends at Early Lingo. 4. Learn in a relaxed but challenging state. Never stress a child. Current research shows that 80 percent of learning problems are stress related (Stokes & Whiteside, 1984) 5. Learn with music and rhythm. Music is one way to...

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Tips for Language Learning – Part 1

Here’s the first of a 4 part series from your friends at Early Lingo on ways to help your child learn a foreign language! 1. Learn by doing. Play grocery store, make a snack, or take a walk. While you are interacting with the children during these activities, speak a second or third language (Dryden...

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Japan Makes English Compulsory in Schools

I found a great article about how English has become compulsory in Japan. The goal is for students to learn a minimum of 285 words and 50 expressions before they leave primary school. There are many countries whose governments have made English mandatory in schools, and those are the countries that will excel in the...

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Early Lingo is a PTPA Seal of Approval Winner!

I am thrilled that the Early Lingo DVD Series has won the PTPA Media Seal of Approval! After all the hard work – the research, production, the emails/phone calls, the many late and sleepless nights – I am so happy to have received this recognition. The Early Lingo Series was a long time in the...

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Pushing our Preschoolers

While it’s true that education is the key to success, is it necessary to really push our preschoolers in order to give them a competitive edge? Over the weekend I read an article in the New York Times discussing whether it’s better for toddlers to play in the sandbox with their peers or to sit...