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5 Fears of Bilingual Parents – Halloween Edition

Chicago Now – Nick Jaworski

“Raising a bilingual or multilingual child isn’t easy. Like any parent, we’re worried if we’re making the right choice, if we’re going to succeed and truly help our child. Bilingual parent forums are filled with endless questions, doubts, and concerns. The experts and the research says it’s the right thing to do, but it’s still hard when you see your child on the playground trying to make friends and they can’t communicate, or dealing with the strange looks you can get from people when you’re outside.” (more)

Damaging maths mindset holding pupils back

The Telegraph – Josie Gurney-Read

” One of the biggest challenges in overcoming low-numeracy levels in the UK is addressing the fact that it is still socially acceptable to say ‘Iā€™m no good at maths.'” (more)

Teachers use storybooks to introduce kindergartners to math, reading, art and science

Oregon Live – Laura Frazier

“In the classroom, storybooks are a starting point and roadmap for instruction. After reading multiple versions of the Johnny Appleseed tale for a unit on apples, students estimated how many seeds they would find in an apple, made apple pies and visited a nursery. They worked on apple-themed art projects and made a graph based on their family’s favorite variety of the fruit.” (more)