• … it comes with physical and psychological health benefits as well

    being bilingual gives children many other benefitsThanks to multiple studies on the The benefits of learning another language, we’re all now much more familiar with the many cognitive gains that come from learning, and being able to communicate in, a second language. And it follows on that this has enabled us to better appreciate why beginning the language learning journey in your child’s early years – when new cognitive connections are most readily formed – can make the difference between knowing another language, and owning it.

    But did you know that the benefits extend beyond cognitive brain function and into the realm of physiological and overall wellbeing too?

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