It seems like every time I turn around, there's a new app created specifically for children learning a second language, which is music to my ears! Not too long ago, I could barely find any of these available and now there seem to be so many that it's hard to decide what's good and what's not.

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Luckily, we've taken the time to check out some of the latest ones and here are some recommendations:

Lee paso a paso 1

Lee paso a paso

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This is the perfect app for kids that are learning how to read in Spanish. I wish this had been available when my daughter was ready to start learning, but now I can use it with my son.

Get it for free in iTunes.

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DeCuentos 2

DeCuentos

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A virtual storytime is the best way to describe this unique app. There are so many stories to choose from and each is acting out in a way that will surely keep your kids entertained!

Get it for free in iTunes or Google Play.

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Rosetta Stone Kids 3

Rosetta Stone Kids

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This is the first time renowned language learning system Rosetta Stone ventures into the children realm. I think the best part of this app is that it uses the same voice-recognition technology that the adult programs rely on. So your kids will get to practice their verbal Spanish.

Get it for free in iTunes.

GoComics 4

GoComics

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This is a great little app for older kids, especially those who don't love to read as much! Most of the comics are in English, but I was surprised by the amount available in Spanish.

Get it for free on iTunes or Google Play.