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Old 12-29-2018, 08:59 AM   #6
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Default Re: Elementary level language curriculum

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Originally Posted by greengirl19 View Post
We're not much into screens but I'd consider Muzzy as a good place to start and then see if she takes to it.
I don't mind screens, it's just we only have a MacBook air so we are a little limited. If it's from BBC it looks to be European Spanish.

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Originally Posted by ViolaMum View Post
Spanish for Children is by Classical Academic Press (CAP). It's the next level after Songschool Spanish. Both (CAP and Memoria) are good companies. Rainbow Resource should have it.

Libraries often have video courses if you don't mind screens, or just want to check out a program. I know ours has Professor Toto and Little Pim, which are video programs for kids. It also has Mango Languages, which is an app. Rosetta Stone always gets good reviews as well.
I'll look into these.

This is a good place to start, thanks!
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