Is your child learning a second, or even a third language at school? Are you wondering how you can help them at home? Here are some useful and practical tips below:
Ask your child’s teacher for lists of words/phrases they are learning in class. It’s okay if you don’t speak the language yourself, learning alongside your child can be fun and your child will appreciate the efforts you make to learn with them!
Primary Years/Middle School
Ask your child’s modern foreign language teacher for vocabulary and grammar being taught in the classroom so that you can reinforce at home. Again, it’s okay if you can’t speak the language yourself, there are plenty of ways you can still help them at home, and keep it fun:
This blog is about sharing and discussing new ideas, so are there any tips you would like to add to the list? We welcome your thoughts!
7/2/2019 10:06:48 pm
I have read a few articles before and it says that it is really helpful to learn different languages when you are still a kid. I hope that my children would acquire different languages. I have seen different videos as well on YouTube, where the kids know how to speak and understand different languages by just the age of six. I was really amused by their talents and made me so motivated to do the same with my kids. I hope that they would be able to know more and communicate with other's nationality.
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