When bilingual children hear their family language spoken outside of the home, they develop a positive attitude toward their own diversity.
International Mother Language Day 2023
This year's edition of International Mother Language Day focuses on the theme ‘multilingual education - a necessity to transform education’.
Five tips to involve EAL parents in their children’s education
Parental involvement in their children’s education can take many forms and be different experiences for each parent.
An Exciting European Project!
In October Mother Tongues were delighted to participate in the first Transnational Meeting of the Erasmus Project “BABO: Bilingual And Bicultural Outlook”
Correction doesn’t work!
All children who are developing two or more languages need to feel that the adults in their life appreciate their efforts.
Children are like little sponges…or are they?
Is there fake positivity towards being bilingual? We have polled parents about their experience of raising bilingual children
Internship opportunity: Communication Officer
Mother Tongues is looking for a qualified intern to join our team and to help us make an impact in our society.
Language Explorers facilitator training and work opportunity
Train as a Language Explorers facilitator and work with young children and their families in a creative and multilingual way!
New pilot programme on multilingualism
New pilot programme on multilingualism to be funded by RTÉ Late Late Toy Show Appeal 2022
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Free creative family workshops for children 3 & 4 years old
The Language Explorers multilingual workshops have a strong focus on bringing high-quality art and creativity experiences to 3 & 4-year-old children
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