A guide to raising bilingual children
Improving language skills at any stage in life is always a good idea. It can lead to greater career opportunities and can also improve cultural awareness and social skills while travelling. For younger children, promoting bilingualism can also have the above benefits as well as improving communication among family members, and helping children to focus better on information and avoid distractions.
This infographic from ULearn is aimed at increasing awareness on the benefits of raising bilingual children, and looks at some of the tried and tested methods used by many families.
Republished with kind permission of Shane Whelan at ULearn