Bilingual and Multilingual Language Resources for Kids
A round up of the best bilingual and multilingual resources to help teach your child a language. Below you will find: The best language learning apps for kids. Websites where you can buy bilingual and multicultural books around the world. Bilingual and multilingual printable materials and more.
Language apps can be a great help when your child is learning a language. With over 30 languages included, you are bound to find an app with your target language! Do you know another multilingual app that isn’t included? Let me know!
Online Books and Language Materials
The Book Depository have an amazing selection of books available worldwide with free shipping. Books in various languages including educational, fiction, non fiction and bilingual books.
If you are looking for Bilingual Books for young learners, Language Lizard is a popular online website for educators, and parents raising bilingual children. Based in the US, they offer a wide variety of professionally translated books, posters and audio products in a large variety of languages.
An online international bookstore with a variety of popular children’s books in different languages. Based in Australia Le Toboggan ship worldwide.They also offer Language and Culture Workshops to reinforce language skills through various activities.
Lil’ollo have some cleverly designed bilingual language materials for young learners. Their bilingual flashcards, which come in a range of languages, are bright and colourful and include animals, shapes, numbers, and colours. They have personalised world maps, which are great for kids learning about their family heritage. They also have numerous different wall posters and colouring pages. Lil’ollo products all feature a series of animal characters and come with ideas for different games to play. Read my review of Lil’ollo products.
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