Language Lizard has a great selection of unique gifts – perfect for bilingual students and teachers in diverse classrooms. This holiday season, celebrate diversity and show your support for bilingualism with these fun gifts!Continue reading Multicultural, Bilingual Holiday Gifts for Teachers & Language Learners
This award-winning Talking Phonics Set is packed with beautifully illustrated charts, games, and books, all designed to support educators and parents of children working to develop early phonics skills.Continue reading Teach Letters and Sounds with interactive Phonics GAMES!
This unique interactive early learning flip-chart pack gives children an exciting, new way to learn critical English words and themes by adding a sound element. The Touch, Listen & Learn pack is an ideal resource for early learners (ages 3-6), new arrivals, or special needs students. It is easy to use, so children can work independently with the set.Continue reading Interactive Early Literacy Set – Great for Summer Learning!
Our new Spanish learning set is a fun and interactive way to keep kids learning during the summer months. Kids will enjoy building their language skills with these interactive sets… independently, with an adult, or with their whole class! Language Lizard also offers an interactive English early learning literacy pack, and an English phonics set.Continue reading SPANISH for KIDS! Interactive Set makes learning fun!
Idioms present a great opportunity for students to have some language learning fun. Here, we discuss idioms, and explore activities that use idioms in the classroom and at home.
What is an Idiom?
An idiom is a phrase with an underlying meaning that’s generally agreed upon by a large group of people. This meaning can’t be deduced by the phrase’s words alone. The definition of idioms is most easily understood by looking at some familiar examples.Continue reading Tickled Pink! Language Fun with Idioms From Around the World
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Learning a foreign language can give you a leg up on the competition and open up a world of experiences to you, but what about for children? Does teaching them a foreign language make a difference? 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.Continue reading The Cognitive Benefits of Learning a Second Language for Kids
During this challenging time, we want to provide you with a few useful resources.
- For those dealing with school closures, here are resources for teaching online from NY State TESOL, from The Edublogger, and from Amazing Educational Resources.
- Multilingual information about Coronavirus to share with families, including English Language Learners
Thanksgiving is almost here… and it offers a perfect opportunity to reflect on all that we have to be thankful for. Here, we offer 3 ideas that will inspire kids to celebrate the wonderful diversity and traditions in our communities and our world.Continue reading 3 Ways to Celebrate Diversity This Thanksgiving
We love October because it’s Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month! What a wonderful opportunity to recognize the children in our lives who speak more than one language, and who also understand multiple cultures.Continue reading 10 Ideas For Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month
You may be a teacher, on the brink of a brand new school year. Or a parent, with kids preparing to head into a new classroom. Here are some of our favorite back-to-school tips and resources to get the school year off to a great start.Continue reading 5 Back to School Tips – Bilingual & Multicultural Classrooms