6 Activities to make Easter at home more memorable for bilingual kids (for all kids, really)

Easter is around the corner, most schools will take a break from online schooling, but kids still need to stay home due to Covid-19, so it is time to plan ahead and organize some home, bilingual activities we can all enjoy together.  This is the best time to focus on the minority language en familia. […]

How to Keep our Bilingual Kids Happy and Learning during Coronavirus – The Easy Way

As many of us are dealing with new routines, new realities, and changing circumstances, I’d like to share some easy ways to engage in activities with your kids at home – with a bilingual twist, of course!    In this time of uncertainty, many parents are feeling a bit lost about how to homeschool their […]

A Bilingual Advent Calendar…Counting down the days ‘til Christmas in more than one language

The tradition of an advent calendar started in Germany in the late 19th century. Most likely by parents who were fed up with their kids asking again and again how many days until Christmas…Can any parents out there relate?? I know I can! An advent calendar shows the 24 days in December until Christmas Eve. […]

How to read bilingual books?

You probably already know the benefits of speaking more than one language and raising bilingual children. Benefits of bilingual children   But, what about when it comes to bilingual reading and bilingual storytime? Reading being such an integral part in a child’s language development, it’s something all parents of bilingual children must consider. It may […]