This giveaway is now closed! The winner is Kathy ([email protected]…)!
Did you know that Rosetta Stone offers homeschool curriculum?!
Rosetta Stone Homeschool takes the popular language-learning program that the company is known for and offers it as a curriculum specially designed to provide homeschool students with a rich, fully interactive and engaging language-learning experience including the grammar and basic sentence structure of their chosen language.
Plus, it offers parents the tools and resources needed to manage student progress without extensive planning or supervision.
This self-paced program is designed to make it easy for parents to offer language learning even if they don’t understand the language their students are studying. And as promised, our girls were instantly captivated by Rosetta Stone so that they happily stay engaged with the lessons. The program progresses quickly and invites them to interact by actually pronouncing the words they’re learning, which builds their confidence and makes them want to learn more.
Rosetta Stone provides up to five levels of instruction in select languages, with a foundation of listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing so that students actually learn to use the language they’re studying.
Choosing a Language
I had no idea when I asked for input on our decision to pursue Spanish versus French language learning that I would receive so many strong opinions, but the conversation on my personal Facebook was lively and passionate!
As the second most spoken language in the world, Spanish is vibrant, expressive – and extremely useful. It is spoken by nearly 500 million people worldwide, including in the U.S., so it’s no wonder it is one of Rosetta Stone’s most popular languages. Spanish opens a door to myriad opportunities for children to communicate both at home and abroad.
On the other hand, French is also widely spoken around the world, especially in Europe and Africa, and because so many English words are taken from French vocabulary, it’s also great for English vocabulary development.
But the consensus also seemed to be that children can learn multiple languages at once and that they should study the language they’re most interested in, so we settled on Latin and Spanish for the whole family, and our oldest is studying French on her own as well!
Enter to Win
This week, Rosetta Stone is giving one lucky Life Your Way reader a Complete Level 1 Homeschool Language Program (in the language of your choice)!
To enter, fill out the form below:
Please note that the email addresses of all entrants will be shared with Rosetta Stone so that they can keep you updated on their latest products and offers!
The giveaway ends at 11:59 p.m. ET on Friday, March 7. The winner will be selected randomly and notified by email, and this post will be updated with their name as well. Unfortunately, due to the international laws governing sweepstakes and lotteries, we’re only able to offer these giveaways to U.S. residents 18 years and older.