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Learn German for Kids E-Book

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Is Your Child Struggling with German? Help Them Improve Their German Speaking Skills With Fun Games & Captivating Activities!

Would you like your child to:

  • Get one step closer to speaking German fluently?
  • Learn proper and accurate German pronunciation?
  • Master German-speaking, listening, and grammar skills?

But you:
  • Never learned a single German word in your life?
  • Are too busy to think of the teaching material on your own?

There isn't a child in the world who likes doing tedious grammar and vocabulary exercises. However, this book was designed to bring fun into learning. With interesting activity sheets, word searches, and captivating activities, this book will make learning pleasant for everyone!

This book was created by qualified teachers and linguists. Progression throughout each of the topics has been carefully planned as the activities practice only a few of the new words at any one time, and gradually introduce simple sentence structures.

Here is what this beginner's guide offers:
  • Step-by-step guide for learning German: Follow easy step-by-step directions and help your child learn how to speak German like a native.
  • Great for parents who don't know the language: You don't have to speak German to help your child improve their skills. This book is filled with thorough instructions specifically made for children who don't know the language.
  • Captivating illustrations: Tons of plain text is not the best motivation for learning, especially when it comes to children. This book is filled with captivating illustrations that will help your child remember new content easily.
  • Track your child's progress: There's no point in introducing new lessons if your child hasn't mastered the previous ones. Each section offers fun exercises that will help you track your child's learning progress.

Is your child learning German in school? Or, would you just like them to be familiar with one of the most popular languages in the world? This book is here to save the day and help you teach your child a new language but in a fun way!

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Table of contents

Author’s Notes: 1


Chapter 1: Learn the Letters of Alphabet in German

Chapter 2: Learn Numbers in German

Chapter 3: Learn Days of the Week in German

Chapter 4: Learn Months Of The Year And Seasons In German

Chapter 5: Learn Objects In The House In German

Chapter 6: Learn Clothing Types In German

Author’s Notes: 2

Chapter 7: Learn Animals in German

Chapter 8: Learn Emotions in German

Chapter 9: Learn Different Foods in German

Chapter 10: Learn Useful words for School in German

Chapter 11: Learn Members of the Family in German

Chapter 12: Learn Objects in Space and Compass Points in German

Chapter 13: Learn Colors in German

Chapter 14: Learn Conversation Starters in German

Key Takeaways

Author’s Notes: 3

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Author’s Notes: 1

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Do you think learning German is hard? Most people believe that learning German is very difficult. That’s not the case. In fact, German is one of the easiest languages to learn. It is all in the mind. Learning anything new is always difficult at first. But, it becomes easier and easier once you have the momentum going. You only need to develop the right attitude and use the right tools.

The German language is the sister to English. Most German words sound like English and some words mean the same in both languages. Do you know that? To make it easier, the words in German are pronounced the same way they are spelled. There are no silent letters like there often are in English. Let’s take for example the word spielen. What does it sound like? It sounds like spilling in English right? It means to play. What about haus? What does it sound like? To me, it sounds like the word house. And yes, it does mean a house. Very simple right? I guess you can now see how easy the language really is.

Before we dive into German, let us take a look at the differences and similarities that exist between the German language and English.

Similarities Between German and English

They both use the 26 standard Latin alphabet letters.

Both languages use Arabic numbering systems.

They both have tense and follow the same grammatical rule of changing the verbs based on their tense (‘drink’ – ‘drank’ – ‘drunk’ in English and, ‘trinkt’ – ‘trank’ – ‘getrunken’ in German).

Sentences in both languages follow the Subject-Verb word order.

In both languages, the direct object always comes after the indirect object.

Differences Between German and English

German words do not have silent letters. Every letter you see has a sound and must be pronounced.

The articles in German take three genders: ‘der’ is a definite article that takes nouns with the masculine gender; ‘die’ takes feminine-gendered and plural words; and ‘das’ takes words that are neuter. To compare, English uses ‘a’ and ‘an’ as indefinite articles and ‘the’ as the only definite article.

All nouns in German are capitalized unlike English where we capitalize only the proper nouns.

German has additional letters to the 26 standard alphabet letters: the umlauted vowels and a unique consonant.

German has more than three different words for "you," while English has only one.

In German, the order of the words in a sentence are slightly different. Sometimes, the verb appears last in a sentence.

Teaching German to Children

Younger kids learn foreign languages like German faster than older children, especially those between the ages of three and eight years. Children under the age of six years find learning a second language as easy as learning their mother tongue. This doesn’t mean that it is naturally impossible for adults to learn a second language faster. It is equally possible. The difference that brings faster results in children is that most children at the age of six are enthusiastic and highly motivated to learn a new language.

They learn the language through German songs, nursery German rhymes, games and reading and telling German stories. Children never get bothered with wrong grammar and pronunciation. They keep working on getting it right without worry. Children always develop their grammatical skills subconsciously and quickly pick up an accent of another language.

Almost all children have a gift for languages, and they can easily learn German. Teaching them a new language, however, requires a lot of patience in addition to the right tools.

Reasons for Learning German

To communicate effectively with native German-speakers, friends and family members.

To increase your chances of securing jobs and careers in other parts of the world (Germany is one of the biggest economies in the world).

To read the classics of German literature.

To embrace the German culture.

To carry out business with the German speaking territories.

To break language barriers when touring the heart of Europe or any nation where German is spoken.