Second language learning and a speech delay
I wouldn't worry about it. I waited a little longer than I had initially wanted to for my kids to work on learning a rosetta stone language software due to their expressive speech delays but it was theirs, their siblings had nothing to do with it. Also, since the program we use has actual speaking, it would be too frustrating for my child to do it when speech wasn't clear enough. My 7 and 4 year old are still in speech therapy. My 9 year old was for three years. He's doing Rosetta Stone French and I'm glad I waited for him since he gets frustrated easily and he's loving learning French, which he wouldn't have if we had started him too early and when speech was still an issue for him. He needed to be able to really hear the sounds too. There are still some sounds that sound the exact same to him in English that aren't. But it's minimal enough that Rosetta Stone was worth a shot. My7 year old is a perfectionist and still has a speech delay but I told her she could do french as well, but she didn't want to try it yet.
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Kids hearing another language isn't going to be a huge deal.
(And can actually be helpful in many cases). But if they're expected to be able tospeak the language at all, then the frustrations can be huge, which is why I waited until speaking English didn't frustrate my kids most of the time.I have three boy's that have been in ST. Two of them were still receiving services from ps until I pulled them out in Feb. I have now started teaching my 10yo Spanish, and it's going well. English is well established for him, and he has been out of therapy for 3 yrs. The other two still have a lot of problems, and I will not start Spanish with them, until the rosetta stone german is spoken clearly by them.
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