Bilingual Parenting Raising Bilingual Kids Bilingual Quotes

Bilingual parenting is an exciting journey and it can go upside down at times.  Parents need to be recharged and be inspired on this raising bilingual children journey.

Here is a collection of empowering quotes about bilingual parenting, learning, bilingualism, early childhood education, being bilingual and raising bilingual kids.  I have shared many of these quotes in different posts and now I am adding them to this bilingual parenting resources.

Do you have any quote that empowers you on your bilingual parenting journey?  These visuals can be a wonderful reminder on your everyday bilingual living with your children.  Share the inspiration!

  What we learn with pleasure we never forget.   -Alfred Mercier

 

Language is the road map of a culture.  It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.

-Rita Mae Brown

 

        We acquire language when we understand messages, when we understand what people tell us and

when we understand what we read.   – Stephen Krashen

 

Tell me and I forget.  Teach me and I remember.  Involve me and I learn.   – Benjamin Franbklin

 

No significant learning can occur without a significant relationship.   – James P. Comer

 

Play is the work of the child.   – Maria Montessori

 

The best classroom and the richest cupboard is roofed only by the sky.  – Margaret McMillan

 

Patience is not simply the ability to wait – it’s how we behave while we’re waiting.   – Joyce Meyer

 

Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning.   – Mr. Rogers

 

Confucius on learning

Isn’t it pleasant to learn then practice and apply what you have learned? – Confucius

 

bilingual parenting bilingual power of reading quote

Within books one can find a mansion of gold.  Within books one can find treasure. – Emperor Sòng Zhēn Zōng, China

 

Chinese quote Confucius Miss Panda Chinese

When I walk along with two others, they may serve me as my teachers. – Confucius

 

I am also including this wonderful ACTFL infographic here to show you how the target language learning journey is like

for children or for students.  Raising a bilingual child is a journey and every step counts!

 

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2 Comments
  1. Great quotes, thanks for sharing!! I completely agree that we need to encourage our kids to find joy, and it starts with us as parents!

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