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Baby Reading Words in Other Languages

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In the two weeks since I published a free copy of the word and picture cards I use with my baby, I’ve gotten several requests to make them available in other languages.

People have come forth willing to do the translation work, if only I will edit it and then share it. What a great idea!

So, here’s my plan:

  1. If you’d like a version of the word and picture cards available in your language, simply copy and paste the list of words below, translate them, then email me the translated version.
  2. Be sure to include BOTH the English words and the new language words.
  3. Please keep the words in the order I have listed them, to make it easier for me to edit my document.
  4. Please also translate the categories (i.e. “My Family”, “Body Parts”, “Woodland Animals”, etc).
  5. Please include your name so I can credit you for the translation work.
  6. If you have a website or blog, please include that too. I will put your website name on each of the cards and link to your site on the version I share here.

This is a side project that I am doing absolutely for free so I will get to each translation in the order that I received them, and finish them as soon as possible! When I am done, I will share (for free of course) on this blog.

If you have your own website, you can share the version that you translated on your website as well, but please link back to DomanMom.com.

You may ONLY share the version that YOU translated, not the original English version OR any other translations that others have done.

Below is the list of words that you can copy and paste. If you would prefer to download a word document, I have created one here.

When you’re done, you can email me here.

Please translate all of the following words and phrases:

 

Word and Picture Cards –

My Family –
Mama –
Dada –
me –
sister –
brother –
family –
pet –

Grandparents –
grandma –
grandpa –

Family and Friends –
aunt –
uncle –
cousin –
neighbor –
friend –

People –
man –
woman –
boy –
girl –
baby –
children –

My Things –
pacifier –
stroller –
rattle –
mobile –
mirror –

Clothing –
pajamas –
shirt –
pants –
diaper –
hat –

shoes –
socks –
mittens –
jacket –
sweater –

bow –
swimsuit –
dress –
glasses –
sandals –

boots –
skirt –
shorts –
necklace –
gloves –

Body Parts –
head –
nose –
mouth –
eye –
ear –

cheek –
arm –
legs –
foot –
hand –

finger –
toes –
back –
bottom –
tummy –

neck –
shoulder –
bellybutton –
knee –
elbow –

chin –
hair –
lips –
teeth –
tongue –

Nature –
stick –
bush –
leaf –
tree –
flower –

moon –
sun –
sky –
cloud –
rain –

grass –
dirt –
sand –
mud –
lake –

rainbow –
snow –
ice –
fog –
nest –

Outdoors –
outside –
park –
playground –
sidewalk –
pool –

Playground –
slide –
swing –
sandbox –
monkey bars –
ladder –

Vehicles –
car –
truck –
train –
airplane –
motorcycle –

Emotions –
happy –
sad –
tired –
excited –
grumpy –

angry –
quiet –
curious –
scared –
loving –

Cleaning Supplies –
broom –
mop –
bucket –
rag –
sponge –

Dishes –
bowl –
plate –
spoon –
fork –
knife –

cup –
napkin –
pitcher –
pot –
straw –

Kitchen –
sink –
oven –
fridge –
microwave –
cabinet –

Bathroom –
toilet –
soap –
bathtub –
shower –
towel –

Bedroom –
bed –
crib –
pillow –
blanket –
dresser –

Furniture –
couch –
table –
chair –
shelf –
door –

window –
lamp –
TV –
fan –
rug –

Toys –
ball –
blocks –
book –
doll –
puzzle –

Tools –
hammer –
screw driver –
wrench –
pliers –
nail –

Garden Tools –
shovel –
trowel –
rake –
hoe –
hose –

Sports –
soccer –
baseball –
tennis –
basketball –
volleyball –

Art Supplies –
paper –
pencil –
crayon –
paint –
chalk –

Fruits –
apple –
banana –
blackberry –
blueberry –
cantaloupe –

cherry –
grape –
grapefruit –
honeydew –
kiwi –

lemon –
lime –
mango –
orange –
peach –

pear –
pineapple –
plum –
strawberry –
watermelon –

Vegetables –
asparagus –
avocado –
broccoli –
carrot –

corn –
cucumber –
green beans –
mushroom –
peas –
potato –

squash –
tomato –
yam –
cabbage –
lettuce –

Meats –
chicken –
pork –
beef –
ham –
sausage –

Foods –
spaghetti –
bread –
cereal –
milk –
cheese –

cracker –
egg –
juice –
pasta –
rice –

yogurt –
soup –
muffin –
sandwich –
salad –

Actions –
sleeping –
eating –
drinking –
nursing –
playing –

swimming –
rolling –
crawling –
laughing –
smiling –

hugging –
kissing –
kicking –
reading –
crying –

talking –
pointing –
sitting –
walking –
blinking –

climbing –
dancing –
squeezing –
jumping –
stretching –

singing –
spinning –
standing –
leaning –
reaching –

Pets –
bird –
cat –
crab –
dog –
ferret –

goldfish –
guinea pig –
hamster –
hedgehog –
lizard –

mouse –
parrot –
rabbit –
rat –
tortoise –

Woodland Animals –
bat –
bear –
chipmunk –
crow –
deer –

fox –
moose –
owl –
porcupine –
raccoon –

skunk –
snail –
snake –
squirrel –
wolf –

Water Animals –
alligator –
beaver –
clams –
duck –
frog –

goose –
otter –
salamander –
swan –
turtle –

Farm Animals –
hen –
cow –
donkey –
goat –
horse –

llama –
pig –
rooster –
sheep –
turkey –

Arthropods –
ant –
bee –
beetle –
butterfly –
centipede –

cicada –
dragonfly –
earwig –
fly –
grasshopper –

mosquito –
moth –
scorpion –
spider –
wasp –

African Animals –
baboon –
cheetah –
chimpanzee –
crocodile –
elephant –

flamingo –
giraffe –
gorilla –
hippo –
hyena –

lemur –
leopard –
lion –
meerkat –
monkey –

oryx –
ostrich –
rhinoceros –
warthog –
zebra –

Asian Animals –
camel –
orangutan –
panda –
tiger –
yak –

Australian Animals –
kangaroo –
koala –
wombat –
platypus –
wallaby –

Ocean Animals –
beluga –
dolphin –
jellyfish –
lobster –
manatee –

octopus –
penguin –
seahorse –
seal –
shark –

squid –
starfish –
stingray –
walrus –
whale –

Colors –
red –
orange –
yellow –
green –
blue –

purple –
pink –
white –
black –
brown –

grey –
beige –
gold –
silver –
bronze –

Shapes –
circle –
square –
triangle –
rectangle –
oval –

star –
heart –
crescent –
cross –
arch –

Opposites –
up –
down –
in –
out –

over –
under –
open –
closed –

on –
off –
top –
bottom –

big –
little –
thick –
thin –

12 Comments

  • Learningtobeagoodmother August 21, 2015 at 12:50 am

    I’m going to translate them from english to italian

    Reply
  • Maria Carone August 21, 2015 at 1:38 am

    I would like to thank you very kindly for being so generous to share your wonderful and excellent teaching material with the public. I love our meticulous and organized you are with the program! Keep up with this amazing work 🙂 Thank you so much.

    Reply
  • nguyen swallow August 21, 2015 at 5:24 am

    thank so much for all your share, i wil email for you this list words in Vietnamese.

    Reply
  • Malak December 1, 2016 at 7:40 am

    can you please translate the list of words from English to Arabic.
    Best Regards.

    Reply
  • Márcio Alcântara January 16, 2017 at 7:28 am

    Do you have a translation to Brazilian portuguese? I’m sending to you my translation, I hope you have time to see it and send to me the material to use with my sun. Thank you very much.

    Reply
    • Ninon February 26, 2017 at 10:00 pm

      I am too interested in the Brazilian Portuguese translation! Have you got any idea when this material will be available for download? Thank you for all you do!

      Reply
  • A.A.A February 25, 2017 at 8:08 am

    Hi! I sure do miss reading your families blog! I hope that everything is going well for you, but that you find the time to update soon.

    I’d love to read about what you do with your oldest boy as well. I have been reading your families adventures since your oldest was about 3.

    Wow! That’s a long time! Thanks so much for the years that you’ve kept this blog going. (I remember back when it was Gentle Revolution PreK/K and GRHomeschooling! Wow how the time has flown!!!)

    Reply
    • Neko June 19, 2017 at 12:43 pm

      Brilliant Job, Julia! I’ll be using your site for sure!

      Reply
      • Julia June 21, 2017 at 12:36 pm

        Thank you! I hope it will be helpful. Now mydomancards.com contains only several categories of images on English, Germany and Russian, but I will fill out it with new images and languages.

        Reply
  • Julia June 6, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    I am a web developer and also a mother of two little children. I have created for them a simple free service which allow to make flash cards by your images: http://mydomancards.com It also contains prepared collections of cards on several languages to watch, download and possibility to translate them on the other language. I plan to fill out collections with new images.

    Reply
  • Teresa June 11, 2017 at 10:04 pm

    Thanks so much for these amazing resources!! I have to give a gift for a grandma that uses this method with her grand kids and I would like to gift her a store-bought Doman flashcard set, any recommendations for where to find them? Thanks again!

    Reply
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