We can only learn while we are awake, right?
Well, if you agree with that statement you better get ready for a major perspective shift! There are ways to use sleep, or better yet, our “sleeping mind” to learn faster and more about a new language.
All big endeavors come with challenges, right? Some you can avoid, and some, you can’t…
Raising a bilingual child is one of these big endeavors and what is already hard can become an even tougher task if important people, in your child’s life, are not on board.
No one said teaching kids Chinese, or any language for that matter, would be easy. Once a week classes aren’t enough to immerse your little learner in the language and some of the alternatives seem pretty pricey. You could hire an au pair to speak Chinese to your child 24-7 (or, at least during her waking hours). But, how much is that going to cost?
You’re raising bilingual kids. Awesome! You’ve got the language lessons down, the kids are building the basics, and you might even be able to have more than a two sentence conversation with them in their second language. But, are letters, sounds, and words really all that a language is? Of course not! Let’s not forget that languages come from cultures