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5 habits for parents raising bilingual children

5 habits for parents raising bilingual children

The custom is to make resolutions for the new year, but as we all know, most of them fall by the wayside well before the shops start stocking chocolate for Valentine’s Day. As a parent of a bilingual child, what could you do instead? My advice is to forget about resolutions and think more about […]

Bilingual children: why reading is important, part 3 of 3

Bilingual children: why reading is important, part 3 of 3

This is the last post in my series on the importance of reading for children. I am so happy for all the positive feedback I have received for part one and part two – I hope you will enjoy this last instalment as well. Reading is the key to other learning A fondness for books is […]

Fun and games with words

Fun and games with words

Having fun while you are learning must be one of the best ways to keep the motivation going. The same applies for when you are helping your son on his way to become bilingual. You can easily introduce new words when you are playing with your little boy. Today I want to remind you of […]

Make it a story!

Make it a story!

Interaction is crucial when you are learning a language, both for adults and children. A great and fun way to support your son’s language development is to make up stories together. You might at first think that you are not creative enough to come up with a story, that you wouldn’t even know where to […]