With Chatterfun software, children as young as three years old explore multiple languages in a positive and fun learning environment cultivating a passion for learning.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) August 08, 2013
Learning a foreign language is a significant step for parents, teachers and children. The path to fluency is a commitment few in the United States achieve, yet parents and teachers share a desire for our children to become successful language learners. Today, Chatterfun Media introduces two new software products designed to be the first steps in languages and envisioned to change how foreign languages are introduced at home and school, leading to more successful students.
With Chatterfun software, children as young as three years old explore multiple languages in a positive and fun learning environment, cultivating a passion for learning. Since Chatterfun is about discovery over fluency, children focus on finding the language they love and begin to “play” with language. Our products are designed for early childhood education and include printable off-the-computer activities like coloring pages, mazes and word searches.
Parents and schools are encouraged to implement Chatterfun prior to investing in a long-term fluency program. Students benefit from Chatterfun by becoming better prepared to be successful in a traditional foreign language course like Spanish 101 or Beginning French. Considering the far majority of language learners who invest significant time and money in attending class or purchasing expensive software do not achieve fluency, Chatterfun is seeking to prepare learners to make a more informed decision while developing a foundation that will lead them to greater success.
The traditional barriers of foreign language programs are obsolete with Chatterfun. First, users can explore multiple languages and develop an interest and passion for the language and culture that aligns with personal interest. Secondly, the software is aimed at toddlers to pre-teens as research illustrates young minds have the ability to learn second languages at a rapid pace. Third, Chatterfun has developed affordable tools so parents and schools can invest lightly at the start. Fourth, our learning is positive, fun and devoid of the drudgery of rules and grammar that can cloud the start of learning. Students exit Chatterfun with a passion and interest to pursue the foreign language of their choice.
Chatterfun Media has initially developed two software titles;
- ABC’s with Elly ($29.95) targets children 3-8 years old and introduces them to ABC’s in sign language or numbers and words in English, German, French or Spanish. With over 1000 words, ABC’s with Elly will open your child’s eyes and ears to a world of culture and discovery. The software is graphically rich with a jungle theme and teaches using positive reinforcement in a fun flash card format. A full curriculum package is available at no cost to schools, and parents can print worksheets directly from the website.
- Spelling Bee Interactive ($29.95) is learning software recommended for children ages 6-12 with over 1000 words for kids to explore and spell in English, German, French or Spanish. Spelling Bee Interactive will challenge and entertain young minds while providing positive reinforcement. A full curriculum package is available at no cost to schools, and parents can print worksheets directly from the website.
About Chatterfun Media:
Founded in 2012, Chatterfun Media was created to cultivate a positive foreign language experience for children starting at age three. Two software products, ABC’s with Elly, and Spelling Bee Interactive, are first steps in foreign language and culture for parents and teachers to use at home and in the classroom to provide the fun “first lesson” in language. The goal of Chatterfun media products is not to teach language fluency, but rather foster a fun and intriguing environment for children that will set the stage for a life-long desire of global education. Visit http://www.Chatterfun.com to learn more or purchase.
To learn more or to schedule an interview contact Scott Horvath, shorvath(at)Chatterfun.(dot)com.