Raising Multilingual Children Blogging Carnival: July Edition

I am very proud to announce that I will be hosting the July edition of the Raising Multilingual Children Blogging Carnival.  The carnival is an excellent opportunity for anyone associated with bringing up bilingual and multilingual families to share ideas and experiences.  If you would like more information about the carnival in general, including past editions, please go to the Piri-Piri Lexicon.

This month’s theme is ‘Hidden Opportunities’.  Have you set out to teach your kids something, and ended up teaching them a totally different lesson?  Have you accidentally learnt more than you taught?  Did you go on a boring errand but ended up encountering something that more than made up for the drudgery?  I’d like to hear what Hidden Opportunities you have discovered on your path to bringing up bilingual or multilingual kids.  It could be something huge and life-changing, or small and insignificant, it makes no difference.  Any and all tales of the unexpected are welcome.

Please send me your entries by Thursday 25th of July for inclusion.  The carnival will be published on the following Monday, 29th July.

If you have any doubts or queries please leave  a message in the comments section below.  Alternatively, you can email me at stephen@headoftheheard.com

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June Edition – All Done Monkey

May Edition – Piri-Piri Lexicon

April Edition – Multilingual Mama


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