Dual Language Learners

  • Read to your child in your home language, point out vocabulary words and if possible translate the words into English.
  • Speak the language you are most comfortable using. If your home language is stronger than your English, then you should use your home language with your children to build strong language skills
  • Sings songs, share stories, chants and poems you learned as a child.
  • Offer to read to your child’s classroom and share vocabulary from your native language with your child’s teacher.