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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

February Is Cultural Awareness Month!

February is Cultural Awareness Month at The Mommies Network, and we're thinking globally! Share a love for foreign language and different cultures with your child in our Multicultural Mommies forum on our National Chapter. Each week, we'll feature several languages and cultural tidbits. You may also participate and strengthen your language lingo in a special webinar. Additionally, our sponsor will provide information on how you can continue your language-learning experience after the month is over.

According to Associated Content, brain research shows that children are at an optimal age for language learning. Although language study is effective at any age, some studies suggest that the human brain is more open to learning a foreign ­­­­­language ­­­from birth to preadolescence. Fortunately, researchers have not found an age in which the language window closes completely, especially in the areas of grammar and vocabulary.

Take advantage of this opportunity to think globally, and join us as we learn about foreign languages and different ways of life during Cultural Awareness Month at TMN!

1 comment :

  1. Hello!
    I'm a new follower of your blog, and this article caught my eye. It just so happened that my friends and I were talking about this same thing a few weeks back.

    My three-year-old son knows some basic Korean words, which he learned from me. I, on the other hand, was able to learn Hangul from watching Korean dramas. I'm from the Philippines, by the way. :)


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