Bilingualism: Communication, teaching, understanding, sharing, language, voice.
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For us here at Little Sprouts, we are aware how much bilingualism can focus on relationships; the give and take, the ebb and flow. This is why we feel it is so important to have an open line of communication with you all.
For many bilingual parents, a slight weakness in the community’s prevalent language can hold them back from fully engaging in the programme. As language enthusiasts, we are aware that sometimes our posts may sound academic or too complex for some people, and this is why we would like you to reach out.
If there is any way that we can help you to fully engage or strengthen language acquisition then please let us know. You can do this by posting a comment on this blog, sending us a private email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or popping in any time for a chat.
Your children will truly be able to flourish if the communication and learning between home and the centre is strong and continuous.
Remember, bilingualism is not a curse, it is a gift, not only for children, but for the community as a whole.