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Chillola.com, where children love language and learn about each other


Last Updated: 5 Nov 2010

Chillola.com is designed to give children all over the world the opportunity to explore foreign languages, learn about different countries, cultures, and people. Playful illustrations, real life pictures, native speakers and sounds will capture your children’s interests and create a fun, and learning environment to build confidence. Children will be motivated and enjoy learning through games and activities, as they play along.

Introduce children to pronunciation and basic vocabulary through native speakers, to help them develop awareness of foreign sounds and words. Create a joyful first experience with a foreign language. This first experience is important for children as they build on it later in life. Use topics that relate to your children and the world around them. Eventually increase and widen your child’s vocabulary. Develop children’s awareness of foreign languages, cultures and countries around the world. Introduce people, traditions, lifestyles, food, clothing, landscape and increase children’s interest in traveling. Awake curiosity about others, develop empathy, help children connect with new things, having an open mind, and show respect for other cultures. Nurture appreciation for cultural diversity and develop good character. Show children that they can not only be citizens of their own country, but also WORLD CITIZENS.

With chillola.com you can learn your first words in English, Spanish, French, German and Italian. You can print out activities, participate in the kids' gallery and learn about different countries, cultures and people. This site is designed for kids and their parents to encourage language learning, and to have great fun with foreign languages. Our mission is to encourage kids to learn, be creative, be active, have fun, and to help parents by providing worksheets and tools that promote language learning. To get started pick a topic, turn on your speakers, click on the words, and listen. Click on the flag buttons to see the sites in English, Spanish, French, German and Italian.