Those of us who remember BBC’s Play School, will also remember its three windows: round, square and arched. Speekee uses a portal too - a tunnel.
Repetition is one of the keys to language learning. Find out how Speekee uses repetition whilst maintaining interest and stimulation.
How can schools find time to teach a MFL in an already crowded curriculum?
Read how the Speekee language learning system uses a spiral curriculum to accelerate language learning.
Have you tried learning a second language before? What method did you use? Maybe it's time to try a DVD.
The introduction you get to a new language is a crucial period, as those first few lessons can make or break you as a language learner. Sadly, many a new language learner has been broken. In this article Emma examines how Speekee is an ideal introduction to Spanish for adults, as well as children.
The Speekee Español CD contains 15 original Spanish songs (plus karaoke versions). Read more about how the Spanish songs work.
Speekee has now been reviewed by the TES, and was the "Star Read" on the front page of the TES website.
We were very excited to be able to launch Speekee at the Viva España exhibition which ran at London Olympia from 16th 18th March 2007.
Speekee uses a wide range of techniques to appeal to different learning styles, interests and aptitudes.
Whether or not you speak a second language, you have the skills to help your child learn a second language.
Contrary to some advertising, children don't become bilingual overnight. They do however have an amazing ability to acquire new languages.
What does 'bilingual' mean to you, when you think about children and languages? How can you help your child start to learn a new language?
Dora The Explorer is popular all over the world. Jim looks at the thinking that went into Dora, and asks how much Spanish young children can learn from her.
We started this project after searching for resources to help our three year old daughter pick up some Spanish. Failing to find anything suitable, we thought we had identifed a need for something of higher quality and better value, but we wanted to see what other parents thought.
When Jeremy and Teresa Coleman moved to Spain, their two small children spoke no Spanish at all. Thrown 'in at the deep end', would they cope? Jim Porter asked Jeremy how they got on.
Fred, who moved abroad aged 62, tells Jim his tips for picking up the local language.
Jim started learning Spanish when he was 20 and is now fluent, but thinks if he was starting now it would be much harder.
Jim learnt Spanish when at university. How would his three year old son cope with moving to Spain?