Love your Lingo – multilingual alphabet & more!

Do you love your lingo? Here’s one more reason to loveLove Your Lingo” even more! Have you seen the Little Linguist’s Alphabet? It is beautiful, sweet, practical and the perfect accompaniment to any little linguist’s wall decor and language learning repertoire! And from now until December 9th, you can get all products across the Love Your Lingo online store at 20% off! Just use the code trilingualmama20%. The multilingual alphabet, e-book, cheerful posters and activity kits are available for your multilingual children in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German or Dutch. A special multilingual alphabet has also been adapted to Italian.

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This is the latest version of the Little Linguist’s Alphabet with the letters written in cursive. It is colorful, beautifully illustrated and each word on the alphabet starts with the same language in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German or Dutch. As mentioned earlier, a separate multilingual alphabet has also been adapted to Italian. So no matter what combination of languages you speak  with your little linguists, learning the letters of the Roman alphabet is simply stated, child’s play! My children like to use the poster to play with, to point out the letters and identify the different images. But this beautiful alphabet can  easily be framed to decorate a child’s bedroom or a family language corner.

So what are you waiting for? Hop on over, take a peek, pre-order for the holiday season and take advantage of this fantastic offer. The cheerful multilingual posters are my new favorites! I think you’ll love them too! They will add the perfect touch of charm and biliteracy to your multilingual home. Don’t forget code trilingualmama20% when your order! Happy shopping!

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