Publisher Description

*This is the iPad Enhanced version with Tap-and-Play Audio!

Your kids will spend hours tapping and listening to 300+ audio clips!*


Need a reason to jump into Japanese with your child? Language experts suggest that children who learn a foreign language in early childhood show certain cognitive advantages over children who do not. But not only that, learning a new language is FUN! And with Kids vs Japanese: Talking World, introducing Japanese has never been easier. 


Perfect for children aged 18 months to 6 years+ (not to mention adults too!), this interactive book will teach your little one kid-friendly Japanese vocabulary words through cute illustrations and easy to understand native audio, text and translations. Simply tap and play – it’s that simple! Words cover everyday objects any child will come across, such as household items, toys, numbers and much much more! 


Here’s what’s inside: 


- 16 Chapters filled with 274 words covering common objects found in any kid’s world

- Easy tap and play interactive layout for fingers big and small 

- Colorful, kid-friendly drawings to help illustrate each vocabulary word

- Native Japanese and English translation audio pronunciation

- Easy to read kana and romaji spelling


Download Kids vs Japanese: Talking World and start speaking Japanese with your child today!

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2014
April 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
80
Pages
PUBLISHER
Innovative Language Learning, LLC
SELLER
Innovative Language Learning USA, LLC
SIZE
118.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Scuba303 ,

A cute and useful book

A lot of fun to play along with (ie naming things and then clicking the picture to see if you got it right). There are a couple of the big pictures that aren’t exactly lined up with the vocab, but this is always rectified on the following pages.

cloveapple ,

Nice idea with big errors

The pages that work are nice. I'd give it 5 stars if the words were right. However, some pictures say the wrong thing when you click on them. Clicking on the eyes in a big face makes it say "ha." "Ha" should be teeth. Ears were also wrong.