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How to immerse kids in a foreign language- even if you don’t speak one yourself

In a recent blog post, I mentioned the "One Parent, One Language" method for teaching a second language in the home. While a great option for many, it may be difficult to implement if, like me, you're a single parent, or alternatively, don't speak a second language, yourself. This was the situation I found myself…

Foreign language finds : Children’s books translated into French

When Ben was a baby, I knew that I wanted to speak to him in French as much as possible. The way this translated into our daily life was through our bedtime stories. However, back in 2012, access to foreign language books was much more complicated than it is today. Thankfully, today in 2019, companies…

A thought on “One Parent, One Language”… from a single parent

Do a quick Google search on raising bilingual children, and chances are, you will stumble across the phrase “One Parent, One Language”- the methodology often prescribed for teaching multiple languages in the home. The idea is relatively simple. If “mom” speaks fluent German, and “dad” speaks fluent French, then “mom” is to only speak German…