Want your child to learn a second language, but wondering if it will be worth the time and effort? Here are a few compelling reasons why bilingualism is definitely worth the effort.
What kind of people are most likely to be bilingual? What motivates them, and what benefits of bilingualism do they enjoy? Whether you’re bilingual, in the process of learning, or just curious about learning a new language, you’ll want to check out these interesting stats regarding bilingualism in the US.
As we mentioned in our previous post, Bilingual Students: Using Holiday Celebrations to Promote Language Development in Multicultural Classrooms, bilingual students often have a lot to say right after they return from their winter holidays. They are eager to share activities that they engaged in with family and friends and to talk about the gifts … Continue reading Bilingual Students: The Benefits of Narration
We only learn how to read once. This is true for all of us: monolingual, bilingual or multilingual. Once we figure out how literacy works, it is with us forever. The best part about bilingual children learning to read is that once they figure it out in one language, they can transfer their literacy to … Continue reading Bilingual Children: Benefits of Learning to Read in the Home Language
The US Secretary of Education recently stated that “bilingualism and biculturalism is a superpower,” and we couldn’t agree more! Read on for speech highlights, benefits and resources.
October is Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month, a month-long celebration of bilingualism and multiculturalism. Fun activities, handouts, and more!
Language Lizard Celebrates the Bilingual Child this October! Learn about the history of this event, how to celebrate, and our Bilingual Book Giveaway.
We look at our past to understand how to support bilingual students now. Here are tips to prepare your classroom and reimagine education.
October is Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month! Whether your class is in-person or virtual this month, there are many ways to celebrate language learners in both settings.
The benefits of exposing children to a second or even a third language cannot be understated. Not only can they learn multiple languages, but they can do it with a lot less effort than adults.