Bilingual learning outside the classroom

  1. Movies and series: it may sound obvious, but it’s a great way to practice a language. We recommend starting with short formats and if possible related to the topics the children are dealing with in class. Choosing content that children have already seen in their native language is another option.
  2. Recipes: choosing a classic and cooking it in another language sounds fun, doesn’t it? We recommend starting by practicing the ingredients and continuing with verbs related to cooking.
  3. Multi-language games: taking advantage of the linguistic richness of the classrooms is essential, as many of the children in each class come from family backgrounds where different languages are spoken.
  4. Interactive learning: Make language learning fun and educational at the same time! With Smile and Learn it’s possible. Created with a pedagogical approach, children will learn intuitively with more than 7500 interactive activities in games, videos and stories that will not only support language learning, but also develop cognitive and problem-solving skills.
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