One Third Stories – Learning Language Through Stories 

Introducing One Third Stories, A new way for your child to learn a new language. One Third Stories start in English and end in a different language. A fun and gradual way to introduce them to the world of other languages from across the globe. Available in both French and Spanish, this unique activity pack includes, the story book itself, flash cards, paint by numbers and a cute little reminder that you do also receive the audio book in the pack.

One Third Stories is suitable for children age from around 4 to 9 years old. First you listen to the audio book of the story then you and your child read the story. The stories gradually introduces your child to new words. So they will soon pick them up. Every story comes with flash cards and activities to encourage your child to learn their chosen language.

 

The stories include beautiful illustrations and they are the perfect length to sit down with your child and do an activity so it doesn’t feel too much like they are really learning. It’s an amazing opportunity to bond with your child.

We were sent a pack to test out and review. We were kindly sent the story, “How the Dinosaur got his shoes” – A story of Terrence Rex, the dinosaur with sore feet, stubbed toes and no shoes at all. Who goes on an adventure. This story starts in English and ends in French. In the back of the book there is a glossary so you can check on your translations throughout the story.

We have really enjoyed testing and review this unique language pack and it would make the perfect little gift for any avid learner!

Check out their website  HERE.

*We were sent a pack from One Third Stories in exchange for an honest review*

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