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In honor of Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month, Language Lizard is giving away hundreds of dollars worth of language learning materials!
Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month was established in 2006 to recognize the many children that speak two or more languages and understand multiple cultures. We want to encourage literacy and parental involvement, while celebrating the children who work so hard to learn a second language.
Teachers can check out our blog post for 10 ideas for how to celebrate bilingual children in the classroom.
The multicultural children’s books and audio resources offered in this giveaway will engage and inspire teachers and students in their continued language learning!
A grand prize winner will receive an interactive literacy set that includes bilingual books, an illustrated dictionary and the award-winning PENpal Audio Recorder Pen, valued at over $200. Sets are available in English with a choice of Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian-Creole, Hindi, Panjabi, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese and more. Runners up will win a surprise “basket of books” in their choice of languages.
Find more info and enter the giveaway today! Last day for entry is November 12, 2016.
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6 thoughts on “Big Giveaway! Win Multicultural Children’s Resources for Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month”
The PenPal recorder pen and the audio books are a blessing in disguise for our ESL classrooms in which Somali and Nepali students are learning English. It is difficult to find Somali-English learning materials, so we were very excited to discover Language Lizard’s bilingual books in Somali-English.
This is so great!
I am looking forward to implementing these ideas into my classroom.!!
This is awesome!! Thank you
Thank you from a very grateful Chachi/Tia/Khaleh. I have been searching high and low for resources for my nieces and nephews in several of these languages. This is great!