May 022011
 

Speekee TV is an online learning Spanish course for the young, created by Specialist Language Teachers. Speekee TV is the choice of hundreds of schools in the UK alone.  I see this course especially helpful for parents who home school. 

The course is geared towards children between the ages of 2 thru 10. Speekee TV keeps it simple not only for you, but for your children in the comfort of your home. Children can learn at their own pace and at times convenient for you. The closed captioning feature is an option…you can choose to have it on or off. I happen to like it on, as I can see how the words are spelled, as they are being verbalized. Should you need to replay an episode…go for it, as you can watch the episodes as many times as you would like. Heck, if you were taking a trip to Spain, you could learn the basics through this online course. In addition to the videos, there are activities which are downloadable so that your child can practice what he/she has learned.

Speekee TV offers:
  • 10 EPISODES, OVER 150 MINUTES OF PURE SPANISH LEARNING 
  • LEARN SPANISH FROM REAL SPANISH CHILDREN IN REAL SPANISH LOCATIONS 
  • FEATURES SONGS, ANIMATION AND PUPPETS 
  • OPTIONAL SUBTITLES IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH 
  • FREE ACTIVITY SHEET DOWNLOADS 
  • GREAT FUN AND EXTREMELY EFFECTIVE 
  • CREATED BY SPECIALIST LANGUAGE TEACHERS
One can subscribe to Speekee TV for $7.50 (US dollars) and £4.95 (UK) a month. That’s a deal considering how much it would cost you to hire a tutor. And just think, a tutor would not be half as engaging as their episodes are! Episodes run roughly 15 min. each. If you need to take a break during an episode…just click the pause button and you’re all set until you can get back to it. Need to replay an episode? Not a problem…replay till your hearts content.

Want a chance to engage with Speekee TV yourself? Speekee TV would like to give one of my readers access to their online course for two months…free!  You’ll find the giveaway HERE. *Giveaway is open to entrants worldwide.

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