Bilingualism is a beautiful gift. In today’s modern, globalised world, being bilingual is an enormous advantage and sometimes necessary too. But becoming truly bilingual is easier said than done. While parents play a significant role in children’s language acquisition, it can feel a bit daunting to step into the world of raising a bilingual child, especially if they are don't speak the language or aren't as fluent.
‘A Guide to Raising Bilingual Children’ offers insight into how parents can encourage children to develop a genuine interest in the languages and easy-to-digest tips and strategies to make the goal of raising bilingual children attainable and worthwhile.
Some of the topics we address in this issue include: