Increasing Buy-in: Raising Bilingual Children With A Monolingual Partner

  Increasing Buy-in: Raising Bilingual Children With A Monolingual Partner

Raising bilingual (or multilingual) children requires us to expose our children to many hours of a target language. We can do this through classes, games, apps, stories, but most importantly, through simply having conversations with them. However, do you ever feel like you’re being rude when you’re speaking a different language in front of people (especially friends or guests) who don’t understand it?

Jumping Into The Deep End With Your Bilingual Child

Jumping Into The Deep End With Your Bilingual Child

You’ve chosen to follow OPOL, MLAH or some combination of the two (for more about that, check out this blog post!), you’re consistent about using the language, you read books, sing songs, and even have games in the target language. But for some reason, you feel like everything just isn’t clicking together for your child? Do you at times wonder if there is anything else you can do?