– you have heard it from me and many others: to be in with the best chance of raising a bilingual child, who can confidently speak the family languages, the recommendation for parents is to be consistent with their choice… Read More ›
“What if I don’t understand what my child is saying?” is one of the bigger concerns a parent of a budding bilingual child can have. It can be a worry especially for parents in families who follow the one parent,… Read More ›
Raising Multilingual Children Blogging Carnival: How technology can help you bring up a bilingual child.
I am so proud to be hosting the May edition of the Raising Multilingual Children blogging carnival and bringing together a wonderful array of insightful posts from my talented fellow blogger friends. “How can technology help to raise a bilingual… Read More ›
“My child mixes their two languages. Is this normal?” “Neither of us speaks a second language. How can we help our child become bilingual?” “How do I know my child’s language development in each language is normal and acceptable?” “What… Read More ›
Children can be sensitive about almost anything to do with themselves – be it their bodies, looks, family, friends, hobbies, the list is endless. Languages are no exception, so adults should be mindful when making comments or even asking questions… Read More ›
As the benefits of bilingualism are getting more widely known and the old myths about it dispelled, more and more parents decide to pass on the family languages to their children, giving them the gift of an additional language, fantastic!… Read More ›
So you want to pass on your language to your children, but feel that they are not getting enough exposure to it – a familiar scenario for many minority language parents. You have made a quick calculation and noticed that… Read More ›