Hi there! I am single mom to a son who is half Polish (his father was born and lived in Poland until teens). His father is not a part of his life at all and i want to make sure i help my son to keep some sort of identity and understanding regarding his heritage. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations on how to help him to maybe learn some polish. He is only 6 months old right now so I'd like to start getting some polish words in. I don't really have the time to devote to fully learning the language myself right now, but I'd really like to learn some of the basics too so that i can speak it with him a little. Does anyone have any advice on how best to proceed for the easiest and most effective way to do this??? I was thinking maybe some childrens/babies polish videos or books??? Any advice even besides the language for ways to help teach him about his heritage would be appreciated too! If need be i can be contacted privately ...THANKS SO MUCH FOR ANY HELP!
Hi Kalee! I am a free user of BYKI and it does have flash cards that come in various forms. There are download lists as well. When signing up if you go one way or the other, they will notify you when a new listing comes out. I have worked on days of the week, months, alphabet and they have a drop down on screen keyboard. It can be fun and frustrating. If you work with your son, you both will develop a second language that is very useful. Contact me if you need some help.(Profile)