Did you start learning a language with TalkBox.Mom and suddenly want to switch to a different language? I don’t want you do have language remorse!
We don’t want to see you start piling up boxes that you’re not going to use. In fact, I’m in our private Facebook community doing trainings every week to help you work through your boxes and be 100% successful, so you’ll be super excited when your next box comes! If you need to change your subscription status, here’s how.
The best part of our program is definitely your curiosity. If there’s a phrase that you would love to be able to say that goes along with the challenge you’re working on, I’m going to show you how to request it in the app with the challenge you’re on.
Foreign language time doesn’t have to be just a set time in your day! You can use the language throughout your whole day, and if you have kids with different ages, they can help their siblings to learn throughout the day too! Here’s 3 ways siblings help each other to use a foreign language.
Do your kids get upset with you sometimes when you speak in a foreign language? Do they say, “Just talk English!” I completely get this. One of my kids used to point to his mouth and say, “Mom! Just talk how I am talking right now.” There’s 3 things you can do to make it easier for your kids. Here’s how…
The TalkBox.Mom Academy is only for TalkBox.Mom families. We have nine core boxes— they go in a specific order because as you get to the end, there’s no more English on the pages. They definitely increase in their intensity. However, there’s no beginning, intermediate, or advanced levels. We work off language fluency layers.
Do you want your child to be fluent in another language? Or do you want to become fluent with your child? Well, first it’s important to know what fluency is and what it isn’t and then to understand how we reach fluency. Read on to find out!