LEARN ENGLISH FROM A YOUNG AGE
FINALLY AN INTRODUCTION TO FUN AND PLAYFUL ENGLISH GRÂCE AT THE ABC GAME...
ENGLISH FOR EVERYONE, REALLY CHILD’S PLAY!
Your Loulou will not even realize that he is learning. Superb images for a fun and gentle introduction to English. He will assimilate these 56 words so quickly that you will be surprised!
A REAL PLUS FOR YOUR EDUCATION
Allow your child to acquire a solid foundation in English. This learning of English through letters, words and sounds will be vital for his beginnings at school! The ABC Game™ is an integral part of educational games in foreign languages.
A UNIQUE AUDIOVISUAL SUPPORT
Your child is so much more engaged with his new teacher Tyron. Pronunciation, short stories and exercises, everything is included in these free interactive lessons. Teaching English to children here is Tyron's N1 mission with which everything is easier!
AN EVOLVING GAME OVER THE MONTHS
The placement of the letters is perfect for working on his fine motor skills and his hand-eye coordination. As he grows up, he will be able to also practice writing by using velleda markers on the cards.
Did you like these wooden letters? Our other fun activities for learning English should also appeal to you. L'Enfant Malin offers a brand new English learning book for 3-6 year olds. If you also want to entertain your child in the best possible way, discover our entire range of educational games.
If you want to help your child understand English better, this educational game is for them. For even deeper vocabulary development, our LittleScrabble™ is now available. The “Learn English” collection is one of our prides because it allows children to open up to the world while having fun with educational games innovative.
📚 HOW DOES IT WORK?
A double-sided design rich in content:
✔ 28 cards equivalent to 56 words
✔ 52 letters
✔ A small bag to carry and learn everywhere
UNIQUE interactive support:
✔ 5 video lessons with Tyron their new teacher
- From 2 to 4 years: Discovery of another language, working on dexterity and coordination.
- From 4 to 6 years old: New vocabulary, new sounds and the start of reading.
- From 6 to 8 years old: Write, spell, memorize and make their first sentences in English.