multilingualism

Multicultural music and media – our experience with world-schooling

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 and […]

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Tips on Foreign Language Learning With Young Children

Approximately two-thirds of the world’s population is bilingual or multilingual and many of these people have learned more than one language from birth. Being surrounded by more than one language since birth is the best way to establish bilingualism. However, if this is not the case with your child, there are some ways you can

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We’re Multicultural Parents Raising Multicultural Children

We are a multicultural, multinational and ‘mixed’ family. You could also say we are an unconventional family. Both my partner and I are divorced and our two eldest children are from my previous marriage. This fact alone is usually enough to make people shift uncomfortably in their seats; a somewhat awkward silence usually follows. Despite the internet and

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Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop #47-

Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop # 47: A MONOLINGUAL MOTHER’S QUEST TO RAISE A BILINGUAL CHILD

Welcome to the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop! The Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop is a place where bloggers can share multicultural activities, crafts, recipes, and musings for our creative kids. We can’t wait to see what you share this time! Created by Frances of Discovering the World through My Son’s Eyes, the blog hop

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6 Tips to Motivate and Support Your School-Age Bilingual Child

Not that long ago you were cuddling a newborn baby. A few years flew by and now you begin to realize that your bilingual baby is no longer a baby and has friends of his own. He/she is slowly detaching from you and losing any interest and/or opportunity to speak your language. You blame yourself

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