What you'll learn:
- Beginner German
- German greetings
- Counting from 1 to 20
- How to introduce yourself and others
- Learn relevant vocabulary
- Learning through real-life scenarios
- See how German and English relate
Hello and welcome to My German Adventure!
My German Adventure is a German course designed for children around the ages of 5 and 10 years. It is the ideal course to introduce children to the basics of German. How does a baby acquire language? Through playing, singing and repetition. My German Adventure takes this approach in order to teach kids German.
There are 37 lessons that consist of introducing the subject matter and then practising it through real-life scenarios. These lessons amount to a total of 2.5 hours.
After this course children will know:
how to greet in German;
how to introduce themselves and others;
how to count to 20;
how to name different colours;
how to ask and answer simple questions;
and much more!
Your child will be introduced to different vocabulary themes such as:
certain food and drinks;
everyday adjectives and verbs
Your child will meet different characters that will guide them on their adventure. They will also learn about German culture along the way. If you want to introduce your child to the basics of German conversation, then this course is perfect for you. The best time to learn a language is during childhood, and this course makes the most that.
Let the adventure begin!
Course Enrollment & Content for young people
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