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Multilingual Parenting is getting (re)organised!

Multilingual Parenting is getting (re)organised!

  Since starting the blog in 2012 I have published more than four hundred articles on my Multilingual Parenting site. 400 articles – that is a lot of posts and Q&As on the topic of raising bilingual children! With this a significant number of articles, I realise that it may not always be easy to […]

Multilingual Parenting – supporting parents of bilingual children for 3 years!

Multilingual Parenting – supporting parents of bilingual children for 3 years!

Wow – time truly flies when you are having fun! Three years ago I was nervous, but most of all excited to push the Publish button for my first ever blog post. The liquorice mint tea and chocolates accompany me today as well (although the snow came earlier this year).  Three years and about 150 […]

Thoughts from me to you for 2016

Thoughts from me to you for 2016

Of some reason, the first post of the year seems to call for something special – reflections, resolutions, goals and the like. When you think of it, it is however just another post – it is the initial article after a date that was once chosen to be the first day of our planet’s next […]

Multilingual Parenting: Top 10 posts of 2015 for parents of bilingual children

Multilingual Parenting: Top 10 posts of 2015 for parents of bilingual children

The countdown to year 2016 has started, so let’s look at the year which is coming to an end – here are the top posts of 2015, starting with number 10: 10. Passing on a non-native language to your child, part 1: Considerations Part 2 of this series is on choosing the Family language strategy and […]

Media resources for raising your little global citizen

Media resources for raising your little global citizen

What we need more than anything in today’s and tomorrow’s world is respect, understanding, appreciation of diversity and a global mindset. What we can do as parents to fill this need, is to ensure that our children grow up to become respectful global citizens. Knowing another language increases our reach and understanding, but it is […]

Multilingual Parenting at the Expat Show 11-12 September at London Olympia

Multilingual Parenting at the Expat Show 11-12 September at London Olympia

This Friday and Saturday, 11-12 September 2015, I will be at the Expat Show in London Olympia. You can find me (and my younger daughter Daniela) in the Family Zone at one of the advice tables from 10 am until 5 pm. On both days, at about noon, I will also give a short and […]

How can I help multilingual/multicultural families? {MKB Vlogging Telephone: ‘Raising multilingual kids’}

How can I help multilingual/multicultural families? {MKB Vlogging Telephone: ‘Raising multilingual kids’}

Today I am participating in a vlogging chain arranged by Multicultural Kid Blogs and I am answering a question from Anna Watt from Russian Step by Step “How can you help other multilingual/multicultural families because of your own experience?” .. and here is my answer: Rita Rosenback from Multilingual Parenting: What I can do to […]

Raising Global Citizens: Q is for Questions

Raising Global Citizens: Q is for Questions

If we want to change any injustice in the world, we first have to question why it exists in the first place. By asking the right questions we can understand the underlying reasons and together with other like-minded people become the trigger for change. When we are raising our children to become global citizens it […]

Notes and pictures from Malta and the International Conference on Bilingualism

Notes and pictures from Malta and the International Conference on Bilingualism

Merħba! (‘welcome’ in Maltese) I am currently in Malta an enjoying myself immensely on so many levels – it is my first trip to this gorgeous island with its jovial, friendly people (and slightly nutty drivers), and I am also attending the International Conference on Bilingualism arranged by the University of Malta. The first two […]