The Lingibli App creates a tangible environment in which children do not realise they are learning; the parent simply prints the word labels, attaches them to the relevant household item (table, chair etc) and with the Lingibli app the child can scan the label to hear the translation. We found this ‘explore and learn’ method captured the interest of children as well as the ‘core’ language features being a wonderful way to start to learn a language. The word labels can also be used in pair matching games and other simple quizzes. The pair matching game has been tested in sample groups and is now ready to go to market.
Lingibli believes that knowledge is power, and therefore learning languages at a young age gives young learners an edge against the competition later in life. Fox News, TechCrunch and iPhoneMom.com agree that the use of interactive labels is innovative and the app’s ability for offline use allows the user to learn the basics of one of 21 languages wherever they may be, making it perfect for any occasion; allowing kids to learn anywhere in a fun way.
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