There is certainly no doubt about it, today’s technology means enabling your child to learn a new language is now easier than ever – even if you don’t speak it yourself.
One excellent guide for pre-schoolers and young children is the friendly and fluffy Pacca Alpaca. This colourful creature introduces children to the wonderful world of languages through its range of videos and apps. A colourful world of fun and adventure awaits and your children can learn shapes, colours, numbers and first words in different languages as you go on an adventure with Pacca Alpaca!
The Pacca Alpaca language series has been created especially for children by specialists in digital media and experts in language learning. Their mission is to develop multilingual educational videos and apps in a cultural setting along with supporting materials for children world-wide in a safe and trustworthy environment.
There are currently three languages available through Pacca Alpaca, French, Arabic and English over on Pacca Alpaca’s YouTube channel. The bright, colourful videos grab your child’s imagination whilst catchy tunes and songs allow your child to grasp new words quickly and clearly. The latest video to be added to the Pacca Alpaca YouTube collection is Pacca Alpaca’s Daily Routine which takes your child through every day scenarios that they will be familiar with. If your child can’t get enough of Pacca Alpaca, they will certainly be thrilled to know that a French counting video will soon be added to the collection too so make sure you look out for that!
Targeting a main audience of 2 to 6-year-olds, the videos on Pacca Alpaca’s YouTube channel grasp your child’s attention with bright animation and fun songs. Before long at all your child will be learning shapes, colours and every day words.
Anamiltech are the folks behind Pacca Alpaca and they have created these resources using the voices of native-speaking children which have then been approved by native-speaking language consultants. They are always keen to hear suggestions and feedback from parents so do drop them a line if you have any thoughts you would like to share with them or any languages in particular you would like to see them introduce to their range of videos and apps.
The apps are free to download and can be found in the iTunes store, Google Play or Amazon, and don’t forget to check out and subscribe to the ever-increasing range of Pacca Alpaca videos over on YouTube too.