Foreign language apps seem to come in to categories: games, vocabulary and readings. There are pictures in a few apps that could take the place of manipulatives in the classroom. Images could be pasted or uploaded into a few of the projector apps. There are not as many apps that teach multiple languages than I thought there would be.

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Count To Ten - Numbers Game
Count to 10 in 10 languages!

Here is your chance to learn to identify the numbers from 1 to 10 in ten languages. You should be able to recognize all numbers after playing each language just a few times

This game let's you identify numbers in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Turkish

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Free
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Kids Spanish
Kid's Spanish helps toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners learn some basic spanish words. The lite version contains colors and numbers.

The intuitive controls and dynamic activities will keep children entertained while they learn. The multiple activities use sound effects and animation to keep children returning to the game to learn more.

Your child will learn Spanish words in the following categories.
- ABCs
- Animals
- Beach
- Numbers
- Sports
- Fruit
- Colors
- Shapes

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1.99

Spanish Numbers
There are three modes which will help you master your key Spanish Numbers:

  • Listen Mode: Hear a native speaker dictate various numbers which you then identify with a number pad; if you're right, you get a different number; if not, the same number will be repeated until you get it right.
  • Speak Mode: Type in a number and hear it spoken.
  • Read Mode: Type in the number for the displayed word.

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$.99

Animals in Spanish
Over 50 animals with sounds and Spanish pronunciation. The perfect introduction to Spanish for your children.

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$.99
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Ana Lomba's Spanish Kids: The Red Hen
Are you trying to get your child started in Spanish? Can’t find the right materials? As a leading educator I can tell you that storytelling is a fantastic strategy to advance quickly in Spanish. Why? Because in the process of learning to do lively readings or act out stories you are intensifying the development of oral and literacy skills. Combining language skills makes a huge difference—and boy, is it fun!

However, not all story-based materials are created equal. I have designed this collection of classic stories specifically for parents and children learning Spanish together. I understand that your needs are quite different than those of teachers or Spanish speakers (although the books will be very useful for them too), and I invite you to try my approach FREE with this version of The Red Hen for the iPad.

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Free
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Ana Lomba's French Kids: The Red Hen
Are you trying to get your child started in French? Can’t find the right materials? As a leading educator I can tell you that storytelling is a fantastic strategy to advance quickly in French. Why? Because in the process of learning to do lively readings or act out stories you are intensifying the development of oral and literacy skills. Combining language skills makes a huge difference—and boy, is it fun!

However, not all story-based materials are created equal. I have designed this collection of classic stories specifically for parents and children learning French together. I understand that your needs are quite different than those of teachers or French speakers (although the books will be very useful for them too), and I invite you to try my approach FREE with this version of The Red Hen for the iPad.

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Free
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Ana Lomba's Chinese Kids: The Red Hen
Are you trying to get your child started in Chinese? Can’t find the right materials? As a leading educator I can tell you that storytelling is a fantastic strategy to advance quickly in Chinese. Why? Because in the process of learning to do lively readings or act out stories you are intensifying the development of oral and literacy skills. Combining language skills makes a huge difference—and boy, is it fun!

Chinese may be a more complex language to learn than, say, Spanish or French. However, there is no reason why you should limit yourself to learning colors, numbers, and isolated words. A better way to proceed is to immerse yourself in real, fluent Chinese from day one and develop strategies to rise to the challenge.
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Free
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Ana Lomba's 3 Little Pigs
The Classic Stories series is one piece of the Ana Lomba method. Here are a few strategies that will help you as you begin using the stories with your children:

- Think about the stories as a condensed program. It may seem difficult when you first read them, but you will grow to the challenge.
- Use the language button to go back and forth between languages until you understand the page you are working on. It is okay if your child prefers to continue reading the books in two languages.
- Focus on picking up the dialogue and don’t worry too much about the narration. It is the dialogue that will help you jumpstart speaking at this early stage.
- Don’t worry about speaking with a perfect pronunciation. It is more important that you go ahead and use your new language!
- Read the stories many times with your children. The more you read them the more you’ll learn!

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$3.99

play2learn Spanish
Play2Learn is not just a game, it is a powerful concept of learning languages designed for children from 3 to 12 years. It is designed for children learning foreign languages as well as for young native speakers eager to play with iPad.

Currently play2learn provides two playing modes:
1. “Point & Listen” – tap the object on the screen to hear its name in Spanish. Tap the icon at the bottom of the screen to swap between Latin American Spanish and Castellano! Can you hear the difference ? Don't know what to tap ? Use the "Hint" mode to see which items you could tap!
2. “Listen & point” – find the object according to what you hear from the speaker. Can you colour the entire picture ?

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$1.99

play2learn French
Play2Learn is not just a game, it is a powerful concept of learning languages designed for children from 3 to 12 years. It is designed for children learning foreign languages as well as for young native speakers eager to play with iPad.

Currently play2learn provides two playing modes:
1. “Point & Listen” – tap the object on the screen to hear its name in French. Don't know what to tap ? Use the "Hint" mode to see which items you could tap!
2. “Listen & point” – find the object according to what you hear from the speaker. Can you colour the entire picture ?

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$1.99
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ESL Edition for iPAD: eCOVE Software
Gather objective data while observing teaching practices and student behavior. Nine very easy to use timer, counter, checklist, and scale tools included with more available. Additional information about data-based observations and eCOVE Software at www.ecove.net.
This software is have a bug fixed. It is a nice idea for an app. I am keeping an eye on it.
Free

Latin English Dictionary
Latin English Dictionary is an easy to use, user friendly dictionary, with database containing more than 26,000 translation pairs. No internet connection is required.

Main Features:

- iPad support
- More than 26,000 translation pairs
- Fast browsing mode that enables scrolling the dictionary
- Quick search in browse mode: jumping to the right part of the dictionary while typing
- Searching mode with fast lookup engine
- Detailed view of the chosen word with phrases

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$2.99

Latin Vocabulary HD
Bring over 1,200 verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns and word pointers to your iPad with Latin Vocabulary HD. Search quickly for words in English or Latin, in portrait or landscape mode and get a translation and essential information for declining/conjugating them, as well as reference to the chapter of the Latin SRHJ books in which the vocabulary was first introduced. Underneath is a guide to all vocab in case you get stuck.

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$4.99
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LearnSpanish Levels I & II with Bueno
Bueno, entonces... Learn Spanish I & II is the very best Learn Conversational Spanish program in the history of the World. Kind of like Rosetta Stone meets South Park meets Grand Theft Auto. Learn Spanish in 5 weeks (30 classes of 40 minutes each).

WHAT YOU GET:
  • A 68 page Study Guide with written exercises
  • Access to our new expanded study materials and Quizzes for each class
  • Slang Dictionary with phrases and terms from all around the Spanish speaking world
  • And unlimited lifetime support!

Fast-paced, Edgy, Guaranteed to Keep Your Attention.

If you want to learn Spanish as spoken by native speakers, try Bueno, entonces... the awesome new Spanish program designed specifically for the iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch. It’s an all-new way to learn & retain Spanish faster than you ever thought possible. Comprehensive & addictive – you will be completely engaged and laughing as you learn, burning your new Spanish into your brain.

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Free