All Blog Posts Tagged 'bilingual' (6)

A Dad's Perspective from Mommy Masters®: Raising a Bilingual Family:


Mommy Masters welcomes Stephen Greene, a dad who brings us his perspective on raising a bilingual family.

What’s your mother tongue?  Mine’s English, and it is probably called ‘mother tongue’ at least in part because traditionally the main care giver would have been your mother or another woman, and you would have received most of…


Added by Ellie Hirsch on November 16, 2013 at 11:22am — No Comments

What I Learned the First Year Homeschooling

Rookie Homeschooling a first year Preschooler

Three Lessons learned by a rookie homeschool teacher! It took a full school year to figure out what works best for me & my daughter.

Thank God for summer! Little does my daughter know but I have put her on a summer break from planned homeschooling. I need time to regroup and apply the lessons I learned to a more productive…


Added by Kimberly Demetrio on May 31, 2012 at 9:55am — No Comments

Book Review: Aloni Gabriel & Butterfly/Aloni Gabriel & Mariposa, by Elena Iglesias

Aloni Gabriel & Butterfly/Aloni Gabriel & Mariposa is an illustrated, bilingual story (English/Spanish) for middle-grade readers. Like … Continue

Added by Mayra Calvani on June 23, 2011 at 3:20pm — No Comments

Raising a Bilingual Child: Go Ahead, You Try It!

Cool, He’s Going to be Bilingual! Well, Maybe Not.

“Oh, wie schön!” was the only thing my mom could say before she choked up and started to cry.

Those were happy tears. I had called my parents in Germany to tell them that I was pregnant. My father’s first words were: “You better teach him German.” Well, maybe it was the second thing he uttered. But he hasn’t let up reminding me about the importance of raising my son bilingually since he was born four years ago. {…


Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on March 13, 2011 at 8:53pm — No Comments

Introduction to raising bilingual children

Bilingual culture is a part of everyday society, including in the world of children. The proved benefits of children speaking dual languages have been reflected in schools and the media. From dual language immersion programs in elementary schools to television shows that portray bilingual children, such as Disney's Spanish Handy Manny or Nickelodeon's Chinese Ni Hao, Kai-Lan, teaching another language to a child has become highly recommended.

Most families of multiples have an… Continue

Added by Joscelyn Ramos Campbell on February 3, 2010 at 7:11pm — No Comments

A much needed little break...

Joe and I are off to Mexico for our “Babymoon” on Wednesday. Our last hoorah before sleepless nights and breastfeeding take over. I plan on doing a whole lot of nothing, mostly laying on the beach or swimming in the ocean. I have felt so great throughout this pregnancy that when we planned this trip I thought nothing of the fact that I’d be six months pregnant by the time it actually came. I still feel pretty good and am not completely huge yet, but I am a bit nervous about the usual hazards… Continue

Added by Paula Jorge Guglielmino on August 5, 2008 at 2:18pm — No Comments

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