We have lots of tips for teaching children a second language, everything from the benefits of bilingualism to the best foreign language apps, books, games, movies, and toys to get kids learning a foreign language. Here, you’ll also find info on our Love Libros literacy initiative, which aims to inspire Latino children to develop a love of reading, in both English and Spanish.
The younger your children are, the better it is to introduce them to a foreign language. Discover the top languages your kids should learn.
Want to raise bilingual kids? Get them reading en Español. To get started, check out these Spanish-language books for different ages.
How you can have a bilingual (or even multilingual) child.
The best time to teach your child a second language is the same time she's learning her first one. So vamonos! (Let's go!)
Jan Faull, MEd, on the effect of bilingual TV & DVDs on kids.
Parent involvement is an important element for success in a dual-language program. We have some tips on ways you can help your child.
Introducing your child to a second language is easier than you think. And in our world gone global, it's a supersmart move.
Want to give your child a head start on learning a foreign language? Check out our number and color flash cards for Mandarin Chinese and Spanish.
Want to give your kids a bilingual boost? These top titles written in both English and español are as multicultural as our niños!
Want to raise bilingual kids? There are lots of ingenious ways to sneak Spanish into their lives every day.
When they couldn’t find bilingual books that felt authentic, these five moms and one dad created businesses focused on getting little Latinos reading.
Learning Spanish has bever been easier: These bilingual apps help kids brush up on their español while promoting cultural diversity. A win-win!
Speaking a foreign language will give your child an edge in the job market. But with few grade schools teaching one, how can you give her the early start she needs?
Train your little one's ears to easily pick up foreign languages with our fun printables.
Stocking your child’s bookshelf with stories that feature Latino characters is an easy way to build self-esteem.
New research shows that reading stories with named characters gets young brains working. Here's how to pick the best books for brain development.