Idiom Week 2021 runs from January 24-30. It’s a great chance to have multicultural and language learning fun and learn a new idiom each day of the week! Here are some of our favorite ways to “have a ball” during Idiom Week.
Idioms are a great way to have some language learning fun. Let’s learn about idioms and explore fun idiom activities in the classroom and at home.
by The Power of Storytelling What is your favorite story when you were little? You might have quite a few stories you enjoyed tremendously. How about your child? Have you repeatedly read the same book for your child just because she is fascinated by a character in a story? Some very young kids will start […]
by For years, I’ve been searching for a good way to get my kids more exposure to Polish. There is a Saturday school in the Hague but I can think of approximately a million ways I’d rather be spending my weekends than schlepping my kids by tram to the other end of the city on […]
by A pandemic journal printable, entirely free and available in multiple languages: this is what is on offer in this article. As many families staying home to flatten the curve and adhere to their country’s regulations, it is always useful to find new resources to occupy the kids. A pandemic journal: free printable in multiple […]