Bonjour lecteurs! I am a strong believer that learning reaches its potential when it’s fun. So when Nasty Lobster asked me to test its English-French Interactive Pictionary, I jumped sur l’occasion. In all honesty, I have not been great at talking to Stanley in French over the last few months. So I booked him to get some French lessons. And also, this new book will encourage him to discover more le français. Do you fancy your little ones learning the language too? Read now our new Nasty Lobster French Pictionary Book Review.
Nasty Lobster French Pictionary Book
So what is the Nasty Lobster French Pictionary Book?
Le concept est simple, it’s an interactive book that can help your children learn how to read, pronounce and remember hundreds of new words in French.
It’s such a different way to introduce French to kids.
Even better! Nasty Lobster French Pictionary Book is available on Amazon for only £33.80 (enjoy the current discount with 15% off. Simply collect the voucher at the checkout).
The book measures 29 x 2 x 25 cm and requires 3 AAA batteries (not included).
The Book Features
Our new sensory toy e-book did not disappoint. C’est super simple to use.
Choose the vocabulary page you want to practise and start with the red circle et voilà.
You can switch back to English anytime and there are even 12 different songs.
Choose the mode you want to use: ‘Music’ or ‘Read’. And you can also set up the volume if you are in a busy place.
Press the item on the page and it will say the word in French out loud.
En plus, you also have a quiz mode to test your knowledge.
The book is of good quality with a brilliant finish. It’s interactive and children can use it with you or independently.
Nasty Lobster French Pictionary Book Review
I recently ordered it and we have already made the most of it! At home, at the park after school, during a picnic, or even on a train, le livre magique has already travelled and been used quite a bit!
Stanley was well excited to test it and learn French. And it is so good! It is such a cute introduction to le français.
And a good tool for some informal French learning, wherever you are.
It’s very easy to use. It’s fun and interactive. It covers beaucoup de topics.
Most of all, j’adore that children can use it independently.
Even better, you also have a comic strip section so that you can start learning words to initiate a conversation.
Some pronunciations are not 100% perfect, but I think it is more about giving children the love of languages.
Nasty Lobster French Pictionary Book – Le Verdict
If you want your little ones to learn French in a fun way, then the Nasty Lobster French Pictionary Book is le présent parfait!
C’est un succés to make learning languages fun! So educational!
You can even use it in English to develop their maternal language to start and make the most of it. It can help spelling and pronunciation. Simply set it up in English.
Your child is learning two languages through play.
And then, use it as a French Pictionary. Stanley loves it because he can do it on his own by pressing the items.
En plus, the book is made with superior quality, carefully selected materials, with no BPAs, so 100% safe for your little one. Each page has a very nice glossy look.
It makes a great support to learning French. As a native speaker myself, I think it is a great resource for Stanley’s independent learning.
On top of the French online lessons we are starting this week, we will keep using it to enhance Stanley’s pronunciation and French vocab.
And the bilingual electronic book format is so easy to use that I will carry on taking it in my bag for some informal lesson anytime.
What do you think? Will you add it to their next birthday list so that your children can start learning a new language?
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Nasty Lobster Pictionary Book.
This looks like a great idea for our younger family members
Perfect way to learn and have fun
This sounds great
This is such a good idea, children learn languages so much easier when they are younger and this looks like it would really capture the interest of children
I think the sooner kids start learning a language the better. In the UK we are far behind the rest of Europe when teaching our kids languages, when on holiday I am amazed when ten year olds speak fluent English as their 2nd language, and our ten yr olds can barely say bonjour. We assume every country will speak English!
Yes, I encountered a lot of that when I was teaching but I truly believe people are changing their mindset. France is not very good with languages either I feel 🙁
this is great , i did french at school but I dont remember a lot of it
I love the sound of this book, children are never too young to learn a new language. My granddaughters both spoke Welsh from a very early age and use it in their every day jobs. I am sure my great grandson would get well with hit book
I love the fun visuals and the fact that it also says each word at the touch of a button
This look like a great idea to help young children learn in a fun way
looks like a great book
Looks fun and interactive if my children were this age i would definitely buy this!
This is such a lovely concept. I definitely think teaching children another language at a young age is a great idea, as they pick it up much quicker.
I learnt French at school and could kind of hold a conversation! But due to not speaking it for years, I only remember a bit.
I like his sunglasses. 🙂
Great idea to introduce them to another language
I think this is a great book too. It’s important to make learning a new language as fun as possible to help children remember as I think this book does exactly that.
What a great fun way to learn
Looks like a good book for my little one 🥰