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Our collaborative friends at Language Lizard invited Karen to write an article about using books to support learning in two languages for infants and toddlers.With all the talk about preschool in the news recently, it’s important that we don’t forget to keep our focus on the babies! You can read the article here:
Language Lizard (www.languagelizard.com) has books and materials in 40 different languages. That’s why we always recommend them as a great resource for early childhood educators who work with dual language learners. As Karen says in the article, Language is the foundation for so many connections, and you can lay this foundation with a cozy cuddle of a child on your lap. Let stories in different languages help you get closer to your child; let them open windows to the world of languages!