Story Box Club Language Tips Lifestyle Research Staying motivated when learning a new language can sometimes feel like a bit of a struggle, however our lovely subscriber Kristin has some great tips to ensure you don’t experience language learning fatigue!...
Every country has their own little sayings that are completely unique to their language – and usually make no sense to anyone else!
Have you ever heard that kid’s brains are like sponges? They seem to just soak up everything they learn super quickly, in a way a lot of us adults would be jealous of! Their memory is like nothing else, and they can quickly latch onto information and retain it, making it the perfect time to teach them important skills they’ll need in life.
The weather’s slowly starting to warm up and the first signs of Spring will be appearing soon, so why not take your language learning lessons outside?
With pancake day fast approaching, this basic pancake recipe for children has an added dose of fruity fun and lots of scope for language learning and pancake traditions around the world…
One of the main advantages of teaching your little one a language at home is that you can make it fun! At schools, the use of constant testing and a whole heap of textbooks can drain your child’s passion for language learning, but at home you can vary the tools you use to teach and make sure they’re always engaged.
In the world of language learning, there are a whole lot of myths floating about. The problem is, they actually stop a lot of people from learning a second language when they’re not true at all! That’s why our team at One Third Stories have decided it’s time to bust them, telling you the truth once and for all. Read on to be enlightened!
Whether it’s a birthday, special occasion, or just an excuse for a party, a language themed event for your little one is a great way to show how fun language learning can be! Not only for your child, but for all their friends too – you might even inspire them to start learning a language, which would be great for your youngster to have a partner to learn with.
The best part? You don’t need to be a brain scientist to do it. Just ask questions about the story you’re reading and you’re well on your way.
Language learning can seem like a pretty long and hard journey sometimes. It’s worth it for sure, but we totally get that as a parent teaching a child it can occasionally be a bit of a struggle!