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Fun activities to help your child learn a new language

on October 19, 2018

Student at laptop. Background is a blackboard with the word "hello" in different languages.Your child is learning a new language. That’s great news because studies have shown that people who study a language do significantly better on standardized tests, and there is mounting evidence that bi- and multi-lingual people are better at analyzing their surroundings, multitasking and problem solving.

But how are you to support your child’s language learning if you have no experience or exposure to their new language?  

This Parent Today article offers suggestions of language learning apps, strategies to increase your child’s exposure to their new language, and fun ways to integrate vocabulary practice into real-life situations.  

A free email newsletter produced by Capital Region BOCES, Parent Today helps parents play a more engaged and supportive role in their children’s education. In addition to age and development-appropriate topics with accessible, easy-to-implement tools and strategies, Parent Today also addresses current issues and developments in the education landscape.  








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