“Having your child learn two languages at the same time will confuse them, won’t it?” “You know that teaching your child multiple languages is just going to cause a speech delay?” These are common questions that may be asked of families and caregivers who are supporting young children to become multilingual. The answer is “No” to all of the above. Learning two languages at the same time does not negatively affect speech development. On the contrary, bilingualism might help a child to achieve greatly. Read on to learn about ten benefits of being bilingual.
Types of Diversity:
- Children who are Dual Language Learners
NC Community College Core Course:
- Infants, Toddlers, and Twos