When we talk about multilingual families, we often don't talk enough about the role parents play and about their own unique journey.
We are delighted to share our experience of participating in the third Transnational Meeting of the Erasmus Project "BABO: Bilingual And Bicultural Outlook."
When bilingual children hear their family language spoken outside of the home, they develop a positive attitude toward their own diversity.
This year's edition of International Mother Language Day focuses on the theme ‘multilingual education - a necessity to transform education’.
Instead of telling you why bilingualism is a lifelong gift that should be encouraged, hear from the children themselves.
Check out the many family activities at this year’s Mother Tongues Festival, celebrating linguistic diversity through the arts!
Mother Tongues Festival is around the corner (16-18 February 2023 in Tallaght), and now, we can FINALLY share the entire programme with everyone!
Leading up to Mother Tongues Festival 2023, we are excited to present our Language Explorers workshop series with Fernanda Ferrari!
Parental involvement in their children’s education can take many forms and be different experiences for each parent.
In October Mother Tongues were delighted to participate in the first Transnational Meeting of the Erasmus Project “BABO: Bilingual And Bicultural Outlook”