These 3 activities for teaching languages to kids provide opportunity for practice at any age are: bingo, charades, and 20 questions.
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 I didn’t start learning a foreign language until high school. Two years of a foreign language were strongly advised for all students in college, yet few language learning opportunities existed. The only options available were Spanish or French. In fact, the same is true of my alma mater today. We live in a multicultural […]
by Recently my family and I moved from Italy to Australia. While I am originally from Melbourne, my husband is Italian, and my two kids who are almost 4 and 6 years old were born in Italy. Italy is and has always been their home. My kids are bilingual, but Italian has always been their […]
by Our three children were all born in English speaking countries: two in North Wales and our youngest in the Republic of Ireland. I set out on the adventure of motherhood with the full intention of raising my children in at least two, if not three languages. My eldest son could count to ten in […]