Speekee Spanish Immersion Program for Kids {Review}

10:07 AM

Ok, so technically this isn't a review (yet) since I just received this opportunity to get a free 6 month subscription to Speekee Spanish for Children and haven't tested it out yet (but I will in future posts). Now, if you've been keeping up with us (and thank you so much if you have!) you'll know that we are raising our kids bilingual in Spanish & English. So when this opportunity popped up - I just had to take it. But I didn't want to just tell you about something that I wasn't aware of (this was the first time I had heard of the program) nor did I want to just copy and paste their ad copy (which is below, with a few of my additions).


Speekee Spanish for Children is the world's number one Spanish program for young children. Speekee TV Spanish for Kids was designed so that children can learn Spanish in their own time and at their own pace. Easy Spanish learning through video, without effort with the multi award-winning Speekee videos PLUS real-time 'virtual' friendships with the Speekee characters. Available only via the web, Speekee TV Spanish for Kids is loved by children and their parents around the world. I've read that it is also very popular amongst homeschoolers. From this opportunity, Speekee is giving my readers a one free month subscription of Speekee TV - Spanish For Kids Program - through this exclusive link. You can cancel anytime.

Speekee is designed for young children ages 2-10. The cost is $7.50/month, or $60/year.Speekee TV includes 10 episodes which are centered around a central theme like: "El Parque" (The Park), "El Cafe" (The Cafe) and "La Casa" (The House) just to name a few.


I have found a few reviews of the program by other mom bloggers and they are all pretty positive. You can check these reviews here: 1, 2, 3, 4 - these are recent reviews by the way and yes, while these reviewers did receive the product for free, they are still giving their honest opinion.

I can't wait to try it out. Although, to be honest, we try to refrain from TV or internet watching  at our house as much as we can, because we've found that Jax can get a little uppity and tends to need a lot more redirection than if he doesn't watch any TV. But we do give in, on occasion, which is why we know he gets real uppity. Who knows maybe I'll become fluent in Spanish?! HA! I'll let Charlie be the real judge of this program and give you both our take on it.

Disclosure:  I will receive a free subscription  for sharing this information with you. No other compensation was received. All thoughts and opinions are my own. For more information on reviews, or paid advertisements visit my disclosure policy .

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