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How to Raise Confident and Empathetic Kids

As parents, our dreams for our children are astronomical—we want them to be successful, be happy, be independent, smart, and so much more. The list goes on and on. But more than anything, we likely want them to be kind, confident, and empathetic people who are making the world a better place!


It’s our job as parents to help them get there, provide them with the tools they need to become those people and support them in their journey—but how exactly do we go about doing that? We’re not going to be around for every second of child’s life—how can we make sure we’re doing everything we can to help them become compassionate, confident, and all-around good people?


The bad news? There are no one-size-fits-all answers. The good news? There are so many helpful things you can do for your child to encourage them on their journey to become good people. We searched the web, did some digging, and found some of the best tips out there for raising confident, culturally aware, and independent children.

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Need to Know Tips for Raising Bilingual Children

No matter how many languages you speak as a parent, the truth is, there are always going to be challenges to raising a bilingual child.


Kids are smart—smarter than we often give them credit for—but learning a new language—let alone two—at any age is difficult. It takes a lot of encouragement, positive reinforcement, patience, and determination—on everyone’s part.


There are plenty of ways you can encourage and nurture your child’s bilingual abilities from a very young age—whether you’re monolingual or bilingual. It’s true that bilingualism doesn’t come as naturally for all children as some people would like you to think—yes, kids’ brains are highly capable of learning, but they’re still children.


Raising a bilingual child is an ever-evolving process that requires lots of effort, some strategy, and of course, consistency, no matter what form that takes.


We’ve included some of the top tips you need to know for raising your bilingual child—whether you’re a monolingual or bilingual parent yourself.

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The Top 10 Myths About Raising Bilingual Children

Raising bilingual children is becoming more common every day! Which we like to think is a good thing, because bilingual children tend to enjoy lots of extra benefits that kids who speak one language might not.  


In the past, raising a child to be bilingual wasn’t always considered to be a good thing. Researchers, doctors, and scientists in the first half of the 20th century were dead-set on the idea that raising a child to be bilingual would confuse and overwork kids’ brains, making it difficult for them to learn and develop at a normal pace.


Now, those claims have been totally disproven, and modern-day scientists and researchers believe raising a child to be bilingual can have tons of positive impacts on them for their entire lives.


Despite the benefits of raising children to be bilingual, several myths surrounding it still exist. That’s where we come in! We’re here to bust some of the most common myths about raising your children to be bilingual. Check out the top ten here!

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