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Any language courses online for children or good books with discs?

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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Good morning
Does anyone know of any on-line language courses that are suitable for children, that hopefully follow something like the school curriculum.
My son started Spanish In September and really enjoys it but after a test he felt he didn't do as well as he should. He wants to improve so I said I would look in to seeing something on line. I am not worried at all he is at a grammar school so all the kids are bright but he loves Spanish and wants to improve. After doing a search I have found courses but these seem to be for adults.
It would be great to find something that followed what they learn in school that could be used as a bit of a booster.
Alternatively has anyone used the Letts books or similar publishers that you get for Key stage 3 that come with a disc. I wondered if the disc was any good or a bit of a gimmick.
Thanks in advance.
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
mu7zzy is supposed to be good - but i haven't used it - i think its dear. Would the school be any help with onfo ?
#3
Thanks, not heard of mu7zzy thanks will take a look.
Never thought of BBC will have a good look there. We have used bitesize before but whilst good it tends to be very limited. May well be worth looking through rest of BBC though. Thanks.
#5
Another option could be Youtube, i just did a quick search and there are videos for children to learn spanish.
#6
My kids like Muzzy (no nr7 in it) - http://www.early-advantage.co.uk/ I have got the DVD versions, 2nd hand from Ebay (but not selling though).

I do not think it follows the schools at all. I was told that the BBC lnaguage stuff is good too and someone has linked to that above.
#7
Thank you to you all, I will look at all your suggestions. Appreciate your help.
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AberdeenDad
My kids like Muzzy (no nr7 in it) -http://www.early-advantage.co.uk/ I have got the DVD versions, 2nd hand from Ebay (but not selling though).I do not think it follows the schools at all. I was told that the BBC lnaguage stuff is good too and someone has linked to that above.

Why don't you rip them and upload them for all ;)

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