🌳 Climb a Tree in a New Language!

Are you already loving the summertime weather and the extra sunshine? We sure are! Here’s a fun phrase to use in another language outside with your kids on your next outdoor adventure.

Do you want to climb the tree?

Practice saying the phrase with the native speaker audio (below) without focusing on being perfect. Rather, focus on having fun with your child! You can practice saying the phrase with different emotions—scared, excited, sad, confused, happy—to keep it fun and help make the phrase your own.

👀And don’t forget to check out The Bilingual in Nature Experience where you’ll be able to jump into even more outdoor phrases and use the Bilingual in Nature guidebook on your next nature walk with these beautiful watercolor illustrations to capture your child’s interest.

 BRAZILIAN PORTUGUESE

 CHINESE {MANDARIN}

你想要爬树吗?
nǐ xiǎng yào pá shù ma?

 JAPANESE

 KOREAN

나무 올라가고 싶어?
nah-moo ol-lah-gah-goh seep-eo?

(name or title) 나무 올라가고 싶어요?
(name or title) nah-moo ol-lah-gah-goh seep-eo-yo? (Honorific)

 HEBREW

?רוצה לטפס על העץ
rotze letapes al haetz?
(to a male)

?רוצה לטפס על העץ
rotza letapes al haetz?
(to a female)

 RUSSIAN

Ты хочешь залезть на дерево?
Ty hochesh zalezt’ na dereva?

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