Learn Italian is a free website for children and young adults learning Italian as a second language. It is full of lessons, games and tests to help learners maximize their potential in Italian.
What is it? is one of 4 free lessons for each topic
All our lessons, games and activities are carefully designed to encourage and enthuse kids and young adults learning Italian as a second language. Learn Italian is designed to fill in the gaps left by schools without the time or resources to get the children excited about learning a second language.
Who are you
Learn Italian is ideal if you are...
a parent of children currently learning Italian
a parent who wants their child to start learning Italian correctly
a parent concerned about how Italian is taught at school
a parent concerned that their child finds learning a language boring or too hard
And if you are not, Learn Italian is still a fun and free bit of Italian revision for your child.
What you want
Correct Italian grammar, spelling and punctuation in written Italian
Correct Italian pronunciation for all spoken Italian
Speech and text for all language covered
Material that conforms to the Italian schools curriculum
Clear instructions within all activities
Well designed activities that will encourage your children to learn
Fun and engaging games to make Italian learning EXCITING
How your child should use Learn Italian
Learn Italian makes Italian fun and simple. Your child will want to learn if they can enjoy that learning.
The website is designed to be used either to learn Italian vocabulary and sentence structure, or to revise material already covered in class. The language is divided into topics, each with 10 or 20 pictures together with spoken and writtten language. Your child should start by choosing a topic based on their ability, age range or what they are studying at school. It is important that they start by doing the lesson for that topic. The lesson introduces the language and the pictures through simple clear activities that gradually reinforce the Italian. Your child should be saying the Italian as much as possible while completing the lesson.