I forgot to mention Storyplayr. It’s a subscription service that has audio books. Most books you can’t just listen to the stories, as they have a strong visual component and are meant to be listened to while looking at the book so we only use it with the tablet, when I really need to get ready and he asks for a story...
I came across this cute little site today that has little "videos" (not really videos but that's what they call them) answering frequent questions younger children might ask, such as "Why can birds fly?", "Why do we have to eat and drink?", "What is that white stripe a plane paints into the sky?" grouped into different themes:
Marisa: "Victory moment:" My almost 4-year-old daughter told me yesterday in the ml (rough translation): "mom, there's something wrong with the cartoons, can you fix it, please?"... she was accidentally watching TV in the ML! So I gladly obliged
Jan 18, 2020 4:15:02 GMT 9
Amy: Awww bless her, Marisa!!! That was so cute!! <3
Jan 18, 2020 5:25:44 GMT 9
Adam Beck: Marisa, give that little minority language lover a big hug from me!
Jan 18, 2020 8:04:49 GMT 9
Mayken: We're at Harry Potter Book Night at the English bookshop in Paris. The activities are all in French but my daughter teamed up for the treasure hunt with a girl who also speaks ouf ml German!
Feb 8, 2020 3:50:49 GMT 9