These 3 activities for teaching languages to kids provide opportunity for practice at any age are: bingo, charades, and 20 questions.
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 There are so many ways to bring multiculturalism into homeschooling and more generally, our family culture. Some flow more freely and others require a specific effort in our Euro-Latin-Australian family of five. I will share with you multicultural music and media resources that have worked so far, understanding that our oldest is only seven […]
by As a Chinese-American married to an Irish-American, my kids rarely have an opportunity to hear Chinese spoken around our home. I grew up in a Chinese-speaking home, went to Chinese school until 9th Grade, visited Taiwan a few times and took Chinese classes there, yet I no longer have many chances to speak the […]