An Au Pair – bilingual childcare provider

Au Pairs provide child care and at the same time can introduce a new language to the children.

Besides being a flexible and most importantly, an affordable option for child care, Au Pairs offer what other forms of child care can’t: cultural exchange. Children can learn a new language for free with native speakers, while broadening their perspectives and world knowledge; which in today’s world is considered to be priceless.

Hiring an Au Pair who speaks the language of the family’s choice is a perfect option. An Au Pair helps children learn a second language through study & play.

Au Pair Child Care is a popular option  used by parents to help their children learn a second language. Since Au Pairs are constantly with children, they give them the opportunity to practice their second language. An Au Pair not only motivates children to learn the language, but she teaches them the language with native pronunciation and grammar.

A cognitive neuroscientist, Ellen Bialystok has spent almost 40 years learning about how bilingualism sharpens the mind says that “There are two major reasons people should pass their heritage language onto children. First, it connects children to their ancestors. The second is my research: Bilingualism is good for you. It makes brains stronger. It is brain exercise.”

Having your child learn a second language gives a child a distinct educational advantage that will last a lifetime .

Watch the movie Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language.

You may create a bilingual learning environment for your children with an Au Pair childcare too.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Katina
    Oct 30, 2011 @ 00:26:24

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