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As many of you have read, Language Challenge 180 is about to begin on March 1st. Woohoo! But maybe you didn’t realize that it isn’t just for those who want to learn a new language or for those who are working on non-native languages. No way! It is also for those of us who want to make sure that our children have the chance to truly master our language(s) as much as possible! It is going to be fun, fantastic and educational all at the same time!
When it comes down to it, Language Challenge 180 is about families strengthening languages – whether it be for yourself or your children and whether we are talking about native languages or non-native languages. Since you are the one helping your children master your language(s), you are the one who will need the Language Challenge 180 step-by-step parenting guide. It will give you the tools you need to make your children’s language mastery a priority for the next 6 months (and who couldn’t use that kind of motivation!). Plus, you’ll have a chance to win prizes that you and your children will love!
The biggest obstacle that parents of bilingual children often face is (1) providing their children with a variety of valuable language inputs and (2) giving their children regular opportunities to use their languages. We need to go out of our way to provide our children with a variety of language situations (which they normally would have if they were living in a community where your language was spoken). As you know, it is far more difficult than it seems, especially as our children get older.
If you feel that you could use some tips, motivation and insights into your children’s language mastery for 6 months (that’s only 180 days), then head over to our first Language Challenge 180 post to learn more or click here to sign up right now! We look forward to having you along for the journey! It will be a language adventure for the whole family!
And if you aren’t yet convinced to join… well, just think of the great prizes you could win from our fantastic sponsors!