Bilingualism: Resources to Aid Bilingual Development

By February 25, 2016Parkland Players

This is the third and last post in a series of posts about bilingualism.

Lastly, some resources to consider in helping your child develop their bilingualism include:

  • Books: be sure your child has access to and is reading books in both languages they are learning
  • Audiotapes and CDs: music is a great way to introduce language and learn, make sure your child has CDs and tapes in both languages
  • Videotapes and DVDs: Children’s programming that incorporates language, specifically the ones they are learning, can also be beneficial for your child
  • Programs: children can also participate in community language education programs, search for resources in your community if this option appeals to you

Source: http://www.asha.org/public/speech/development/BilingualChildren/

 

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