My French Sticker Dictionary
and My Spanish Sticker Dictionary
Reviewed by Claire Agasse
I recently received 2 language learning sticker book dictionaries for review: My French Sticker Dictionary and My Spanish Sticker Dictionary. Both are very colourful with over 50 words in each language to find and learn.
My children love stickers and have done many other sticker books in the past.
What I love about the dictionaries is that they are just that little bit challenging; the children are given the name of the object in English and the stickers themselves are only in the language they apply to. They also contain the pronunciation underneath. They are mixed up on the sticker sheets so they have to really look through them to find what they need.
The stickers themselves are easy enough to take out and stick down well. Each picture has an outline for the sticker to map to.
Each theme is relevant to children and they are every day words that young people will come across.
Children in the age-group 3-5 could do these activities from matching pictures. However, I think it would be more beneficial for children to able to read and I would therefore target the 6+ age-group.
The fact that the pictures are the same in both dictionaries is good. This way the children can compare the words in each language.
The My Sticker Dictionaries are an excellent, fun learning tool for young children and a great idea to help your children learn a second language. At £5.99 each these are great value for money.