Must-have Gifts For Language Learners
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The Festive Season is just around the corner and it’s time to get your shopping list sorted.
Looking for the perfect gift for the language lover in your life? I’ve got you! Check out my list of fun and useful gifts that language learners will love.
You can never have too many books. Language learners may enjoy:
- Novels and short stories in their target language
- Grammars and textbooks
- Graded readers
- Books about language learning
And for the grammar police:
A Printable Language Study Planner
I’ve been eyeing various language study planners on Etsy for a while now. I’ll just leave this here for my husband to find…
Flashcard sets make great gifts for language lovers. You can find decks in a variety of languages and levels.
A Vocabulary Journal
These vocabulary notebooks are perfect for jotting down new words on the go.
These Language Labels
One of the tried and tested methods for learning vocabulary is to stick labels on items around the house. Writing on sticky notes works just fine, but who can resist these nifty language label sets?
ASL Stud Earrings
Say ‘I love you’ with these cute sterling silver sign language earrings.
This Board Game To Learn French
Turn learning a language into a game with this fun French language card game.
Perfect For Kids: Learning Chinese Electronic Reader
How adorable is this electronic reader? It helps children learn Chinese through fairy tales and songs.
Note: This is the traditional Chinese edition and it does not include any Pinyin.
French Calendar Bulletin Board Set
This French chalkboard calendar is great for the classroom.
These multilingual gifts are sure to be a hit with the language lover in your life.
A Subscription To Their Favourite Language Learning App
It’s best to check with the person you’re buying for first to see which subscription will be most useful to them. It can be tricky to judge someone else’s learning approach and level. You don’t want them to be stuck with a year’s access to something they have no use for.
Personally, I’ve found a LinQ subscription very useful.