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Learning French Around the Maison: Literacy Activities

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By Sarah Dodson-Knight Photo Credit: Posh Living, LLC If you’re speaking French at home with your kids, like I do with my toddler Griffin, then you know that just about anything you do around the house is fair game for rendering in French, from playtime to mealtime to bath time to bedtime. But what about […]

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Play the Animal Riddle Game with Your Bilingual Children

by Corey
Multilingual-Bilingual Children Language Activities

Multilingual Living reader Maria sent in the following language learning activity.  She made up this activity to get her children hearing and using their minority language in a fun and fantastic way.  Your kids will not be able to resist the fun of this activity! Thank you Maria for taking the time to send in […]

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Halloween & Día de los Muertos

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By Maria Hawkins Photo Credit: Loren Javier Aside from enjoying all the changes in the weather this time of year our family has a special fondness for celebrating Halloween and El Día de los Muertos. The kids start filling the house with decorations and preparing their costumes for Halloween. We stick to spooky more than […]

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Bilingual Families: Catch One Another in the Act!

by Corey
Multilingual-Bilingual Children Language Activities

Multilingual Living reader, Kymber, sent in the following language learning activity that she and her family do together!  She wrote this in response to Carla’s language activity: Play the Beeping Game with Your Bilingual Children. The key is to keep this fun – everyone should be able to catch the one another “in the act” […]

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Learning French Around the Maison: Art and Drama

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By Sarah Dodson-Knight Photo Credit: Posh Living, LLC If you’re speaking French at home with your kids, like I do with my toddler Griffin, then you know that just about anything you do around the house is fair game for rendering in French, from playtime to mealtime to bath time to bedtime. But what about […]

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