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Learn Italian Together: An Activity Kit for Kids and Grown-Ups
     

Learn Italian Together: An Activity Kit for Kids and Grown-Ups

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by Marie-Clair Antoine, Helga Schier, Tiziana Serafini
 
What a great way to learn Italian with your children! Developed by the experts at Living Language, this book and cassette program includes 16 language games that kids, parents, grandparents, and teachers will love. Engaging songs, rhymes, and activities teach basic Italian words and phrases. No previous knowledge of Italian is required.

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Overview

What a great way to learn Italian with your children! Developed by the experts at Living Language, this book and cassette program includes 16 language games that kids, parents, grandparents, and teachers will love. Engaging songs, rhymes, and activities teach basic Italian words and phrases. No previous knowledge of Italian is required.

EACH KIT INCLUDES:
Activity book with 16 games and activities
60-minute cassette with words, phrases, songs, rhymes, and more!
240 play & learn stickers Teacher's Guide with suggested classroom activities
30 Foreign Language Achievement Certificates

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780609602119
Publisher:
Random House, Incorporated
Publication date:
08/28/1999
Series:
Learn Together Series
Edition description:
Abridged
Pages:
48
Product dimensions:
9.10(w) x 12.50(h) x 0.62(d)

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Learn Italian Together: An Activity Kit for Kids and Grown-Ups 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
mi dispiace per chi lo ha scritto... sicuramente aveva buone intenzioni (si spera). I feel sorry for whoever wrote the book... they probably meant well (we hope). Di italiano ce n'e' poco o niente - i giochino sono un po' pallosi... qualcosina si impara ma secondo me non ne vale la pena. There is little or no Italian in the book- the games are boring...of course you might learn some little thing but in my opinion it's not worth it.