As most of the Northern Hemisphere goes back to school around about this time, we thought we’d share with you a few everyday objects a child can find around their classroom. You can print these sheets in the language(s) that interest you and get your kids to color them or even label them correctly in different languages (an empty sheet is provided too).
Portuguese (the piri-piri lexicon)
Japanese (Japan Mama)
German (Olga Mecking)
Polish (Olga Mecking)
French (La Cite des Vents)
English (the piri-piri lexicon)
Italian (Washington, Dead Chef)
Swedish (Multilingual Parenting)
Finnish (Multilingual Parenting)
Russian (Raising a trilingual child)
You can find all of our Multilingual Printables on our Pinterest board!
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