bilingual books

Review

5 Great Bilingual Books of 2013: Get Exploring Languages!

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  By Jeffrey Nelson Photo Credit: John Morgan For a fun way to teach your children about different cultures, expose them to books that will give them a greater appreciation for other nationalities. Children will be fascinated by other customs and traditions that children just like themselves experience. Below is a list of the top […]

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giveaways and contests

December Giveaway: A Parents’ and Teachers’ Guide to Bilingualism, By Prof. Colin Baker

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Multilingual Living is delighted to announce that we are giving away a copy of the fantastic book, A Parents’ and Teachers’ Guide to Bilingualism! (We have additional giveaways for our Facebook friends, Twitter followers and email subscribers! Feel free to enter all the giveaways if you qualify!) We would like to thank Multilingual Matters for […]

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Book Extracts

Learning to Read and Write in the Multilingual Family: Chapter 2

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What bilingual or multilingual family is not at least curious about how to raise biliterate and multiliterate children? Yet it can seem like a daunting task. Helping our children speak another language may already be a challenge, how can we even begin to think about teaching our children to read and write in additional languages? […]

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Homeschool

Bilingual Homeschooling: How to Use Visual Dictionaries & Word Books for Language Learning

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By Maria Hawkin Photo credit: Le Petit Poulailler Once we started down the bilingual parenting road seven years ago (see my post on how we got started) I was energized and passionate and jumped in with both feet.  I was reconnecting with my Spanish language and culture that I had often ignored since college and […]

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Getting Started

Bilingual Children with One Hour of Language a Day – Part Two

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By Corey Heller Photo credit: John Millard As I outline in the first article, Bilingual Children with One Hour of Language a Day – Part One, language learning isn’t really so very different from financial investing: We start off with some basic words and inspiration (initial investment), then each day we add a little more […]

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Getting Started

Bilingual Children with One Hour of Language a Day – Part One

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By Corey Heller Photo credit: John Millard Have you heard of compound interest?  The worldwide financial crises aside, experts say that compound interest can make us millionaires by the time we retire if we take advantage of it correctly. It goes without saying that it is completely dependent upon how much money we invest initially, […]

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