If you or your child is a Canadian student and are out of school, then they (or you!) might be in search of ways to not only keep them entertained, but still learning, and language app Babbel has come through.
The Babbel language app is now free for one month for all Canadian students.
According to Statistics Canada, there are currently 5.5 million Canadian students who are enrolled in elementary and secondary schools alone. These students are currently home from school due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the date they’re slated to return to class is continuously being pushed back until it’s safe to do so.
Elisa Menozzi, Head of Northern and English-Speaking Markets at Babbel, says: “As schools in Canada close, we want to help people who might now have their studies disrupted and find themselves with lots of time on their hands. As this global pandemic affects all corners of the earth, we are reminded more of what unites than divides us. Language is a connector, and so we are proud to be sharing the opportunity to learn with Canadian students of all ages.”
There are 14 languages offered on the app and they are: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Dutch, Turkish, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Indonesian and English.
To take advantage of this offer, parents or guardians need only apply via this link using their valid school email addresses. Once complete, students will receive a coupon code for one free month and they can use the Babbel app on iOS, Android, and desktop.
Not a student? Don’t worry because you can still get in on the learning fun. Babbel is also offering a free 7 day trial for all new subscriptions done through the Apple and Android app stores.
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