What if you could teach your kids a foreign language even if you don’t speak one yourself?

From day one, you and your family can be talking in your dream language.
Seriously. From day one.

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We know parents are the most successful language teachers in the world. (Who taught your kids to talk?)

With TalkBox.Mom, you go beyond your child(ren) learning grammar and vocabulary. You actually have your entire family using your dream language every single day.

Afterall, languages are meant to be used (not just conjugated), so you and your family can do more good in the world, connect with other cultures as you travel, and expand your work and educational opportunities.

How TalkBox.Mom Works

With our program, you learn a foreign language as a family the same way you learned your first: talking as life happens!

1

Put up your guide.

With your subscription, you skip all the busy work, getting your language guides delivered in the mail–ready for you to put up and use.

2

Practice with the audio.

You immediately practice with the native speaker audio in our members only app, which comes with your purchase.

3

Use the phrases.

You use the phrases you’ve been practicing as life happens, filling your day with your dream language–box after box.

*Obviously you practice on your phone or tablet. The phone is not included.

Which language would you LOVE to talk in with your family?

Trouble choosing? Are you like…

There are three things I want you to ask yourself.

1

Pretend a beautiful, magical fairy was like, “Poof! **glitter flies everyhwere** You can speak [whatever language],” and OMG your whole family is speaking in that langauge! How would your life instantly change? Which language would help you the most right now? Would it change your job or spouse’s job? Could you connect more with your community?

2

Which language would change you and your child’s future educational, work, and service opportunities? If you could actually talk in a language, which language would open up opportunities that align with your long term goals?

3

Is there a language that you HAVE ALWAYS wanted to learn? Is there a langauge that is near and dear to your heart? Sometimes the heart wants what the heart wants. And your passion to learn a language will outway the logic of it.

It’s important that your family picks a language that you want to do. It takes work and commitment on your part. Whatever language you choose, opportunities you didn’t realize will find their way to you because you speak that language. (Also, it’s easier to learn another language after you’ve already learned one.)

If you’re having trouble choosing between two or three, scroll down and sign up for the ball challenge to try out a language.

Yes, it’s true. Families in Switzerland will speak 3 or 4 languages because there are 4 national languages. Nothing is stopping you from learning more than one–except your overwhelm level.

Our rule is that you never overwhelm mom. Whatever language you choose, you’ll be using it as a family. If you choose more than one, you need to break up your day or switch off days focusing on each language. If this sounds overwhelming, start with one and then add on another later when it doesn’t feel so overwhelming.

You can also have one child in charge of making sure one language is spoken at an agreed upon time and another child making sure the other is being spoken.

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You want to actually use the language every day with your family. You’ll make a ton of progress.

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You want your child to learn on their own. We’re not for you.

7 Minutes. Your Family. A New Language.

Thousands of families only need seven minutes to start talking in and understanding a foreign language. Is your family ready to try?

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Hello! I’m Adelaide, the founder of TalkBox.Mom.

Something that’s very special about our family is

When we arrive in a new country we can start talking in that language the same day we get there.

After about 2 weeks, we’re talking and understanding the locals. And they’re understanding us.

Within a couple of months, they think we’ve been living there for over a year.

This is what I poured into TalkBox.Mom.

I work with native speakers all over the world to create the best and most loved language program for families.

When I’m not traveling with my family and homeschooling my boys, I’m at our TalkBox.Mom Headquarters in Dallas or speaking at conferenes all over the world.

FROM OUR BLOG

Brazilian Portuguese Phrase of the Day! Did you have a nice nap?

“Did you have a nice nap?” is a question that goes both ways! Of course you can use this with your little one after they wake up. But also, are you a parent who naps? Both Hector and I love to get a nap in when we can (which isn’t often!). The boys know that if they wake me up from a nap, their electronics time is over. So they’ve learned to be extra quiet when I am sleeping, so they can have extra movie or video game time!

Italian Phrase of the Day! The baby is finally asleep.

On Monday, I shared with you how Darian wouldn’t lie down for a nap. He would only nap on the go. But our baby is totally the opposite. He will not sleep on the go! But we can just lay him down, walk away from the room, and he’ll fall asleep right away. It’s a sweet treat after Darian and Nolan! Ha! Use the phrase, “The baby is finally asleep,” during the next nap time time while talking with your older kiddos or spouse!

German Phrase of the Day! Will you please whisper?

After putting the baby down for a nap, do you keep your house loud or do you have everyone quiet down? With our first two, we could be as loud as we wanted. But with this baby, he is always waking up a bit early, so I find myself saying, “Will you please whisper?” to my older kids as we get closer to the end of his nap time–just in case he can nap a little longer.