Veggies Have Feelings Too: It's fun to learn the names of

Veggies Have Feelings Too: It's fun to learn the names of the veggies in English and Spanish Fun, butFun, but wish the vegetable names wereeasily incorporated into the story for the little ones The Spanish translations were fairly complex for young children Overall, still made our daughter giggle and ask good questions. A simple story about a vegetable that wants to know why kids won t eat him A Beginner s Guide to teach your child how to practice their vegetables in Spanish The story is told in English, with an opportunity to read the story in Spanish to your child It is very simple, yet it is a fun way to learn vegetables in Spanish There were some names of vegetables that even I didn t know It s a great practice for both parent and child At the end, there is a little review regarding the story an A simple story about a vegetable that wants to know why kids won t eat him A Beginner s Guide to teach your child how to practice their vegetables in Spanish The story is told in English, with an opportunity to read the story in Spanish to your child It is very simple, yet it is a fun way to learn vegetables in Spanish There were some names of vegetables that even I didn t know It s a great practice for both parent and child At the end, there is a little review regarding the story and it asks questions about the story in both English and Spanish There is also a list of new words introduced in the story and their English and Spanish versions soooo cute ,I can just imagine reading this to a little one while helping them to learn Spanish At the same time teaching verb tenses as well Ever read a story where you can learn to speak the words of a foreign language You ll do just that when you read this book, as it s been written both in English and Spanish, it matters not what one speaks for it introduces you to a second language for either English or Spanish The book begins with a sad carrot saying in English, I m all alone, and in Spanish, Estoy Solita She talks to her pals, broccoli and spinach, who feel the same way No one wants to eat them Other veggies get toget Ever read a story where you can learn to speak the words of a foreign language You ll do just that when you read this book, as it s been written both in English and Spanish, it matters not what one speaks for it introduces you to a second language for either English or Spanish The book begins with a sad carrot saying in English, I m all alone, and in Spanish, Estoy Solita She talks to her pals, broccoli and spinach, who feel the same way No one wants to eat them Other veggies get together and make a plan What s the plan You ll have to read the book to find out The artwork depict the actions of the story and help identify what s being said The book is short and concise Kids learning Spanish or English will enjoy this book Includes new word guide and questions at the end of the book, which is a great teaching tool for teachers The author Melissa Herrera has various children s books available that teaches them Spanish English words in a fun and interactive way My little one already has The Little White Bell and His Big Idea learning colors and now it s on to Veggies Have Feelings Too , a fun way for your child to learn names of you guessed it vegetables.I m in the middle of getting the whole series With humorous rhymes, a color sequence of attractive pictures for recognition, and encouraging questions for th The author Melissa Herrera has various children s books available that teaches them Spanish English words in a fun and interactive way My little one already has The Little White Bell and His Big Idea learning colors and now it s on to Veggies Have Feelings Too , a fun way for your child to learn names of you guessed it vegetables.I m in the middle of getting the whole series With humorous rhymes, a color sequence of attractive pictures for recognition, and encouraging questions for the practical lesson of education, your child will love it There is a glossary at the end of the eBook with English to Spanish words for easy access to the pages which is a nice added bonus.Show your child that vegetables can be fun to eat while introducing them to the bilingual world of language An enjoyable learning experience.I was given a copy for evaluation and an unbiased review This is an alternate Cover Edition for ASIN BSJXEC


About the Author: Spanish Missy

Melissa Herrera aka Spanish Missy combines her love of language learning with fun and storytelling Creating a unique, enjoyable way to learn and teach Spanish to your little ones As a Native Californian she dreamt of learning Spanish from a little girl after many failed attempts she finally succeeded and wants to share what she has learned with others She now resides in Nicaragua, Central America with her Husband Marconi , 3 cats Pandita, Alpino and Simba , and 2 awesome doggies Pumpkin and Mogli She enjoys volunteer work, traveling and reading She also enjoys the surprised look on people s face when they realize she understands speaks Spanish fluently Give the gift of language Read to a child Change their life What if all of our Children grew up bilingual


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