Better focus, thinking skills and self-control are some of the many perks of learning more than one language. And that’s not all.
“We also know that bilingual children are able to better relate to others from different cultures and backgrounds, as well as display greater empathy. These are vital skills needed in today’s global market,” says Huang Ying, principal of Chengzhu Mandarin Kindergarten.
But how do you raise a bilingual child if you speak only one language at home?