Raising Multilingual Kids {Multicultural Kid Blogs Vlogging Telephone}


Did you ever play the game “Telephone” as a kid? One person whispers a sentence into the second person’s ear. Then, they whisper what they heard to the third person and so on and so on. Before you know it, “We love to vacation in Spain” turns into “We always eat tacos when it’s raining.”

The MKB Vlogging Telephone is less confusing – thank goodness – but just as much fun! A group of bloggers has agreed to participate, each responding to a question via video. Then, each asks a question of the following blogger and on and on.  This year our topic is “Raising Multilingual Kids.” (See the end of this post for a full list of participants, plus check out the last year’s vlogging telephone on travel with kids!)

I’m excited to kick off the telephone train on this wonderful topic about raising multilingual kids. It’s a venture that’s not always easy, but it offers so many opportunities for delight and celebration along the way. Every now and then, it’s important to remember why you got started in the first place.

And that’s exactly where we’re starting. I’m answering a question from Rina at Finding Dutchland before handing the phone to Varya at The Creative World of Varya. Click through to hear from all the MKB bloggers on raising multilingual kids!

MKB Vlogging Telephone: Raising Multilingual Kids

A Life with Subtitles on Multicultural Kid Blogs
Creative World of Varya
Kid World Citizen
All Done Monkey
the piri-piri lexicon
La Cité des Vents
Españolita…¡sobre la marcha!
Russian Step by Step
Multilingual Parenting
Bilingual Avenue
Tales from the Waygook Mama
Finding Dutchland

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Sarah Quezada is a writer living in a talkative, Spanglish household in Atlanta. She has a master’s in sociology and writes regularly about faith, justice, and culture at sarahquezada.com. She is the author of Love Undocumented: Risking Trust in a Fearful World (Herald Press, 2018).
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