Practical tips for parents on how to support their child’s English and their mother tongue development with the aim of bilingualism.
Raising bilingual children: Parents should know that a child’s mother tongue is fragile and easily lost in the early years of school.
Should we stop speaking our first language and swap to English before my son goes to school? -No! Bilingualism has positive effects on cognition.
ABC jump games on an alphabet foam mat let your child practice his alphabet learning in an active way. Kids jump to each letter by name or sound.
Fun activities to help your child learn and practice the alphabet. Sort magnetic letters, play I Spy, go on ABC hunts, play games with an ABC chart and more.
A fun and meaningful approach to teaching your toddler or preschooler the alphabet. Encourage knowing the name, the sound, and words that start with a letter.
Practical ways for parents to support their children’s literacy development: alphabet, oral language, storybooks, reading and writing, and ESL