Bilingual Kids – How to keep your child’s language skills flowing during quarantine

Remember to use the child’s not so strong language throughout the day Use your target language in your daily activities – cooking, helping around the house (laundry, making the bed, DIY project).   New Vocabulary in the target language Think about the vocabulary you would like your child to learn, try to use new words […]

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

Christmas is fast approaching and here at TimTimTom we relish this time of the year.  There are so many traditions from around the world, but one that we can definitely NOT do without is the advent calendar.  So we thought why not make it into a language learning tradition and celebrate a bilingual Christmas.   […]