Using language to share culture with your kids

Ana Flores, Author, Blogger & Entrepreneur, shares advice for parents on how they can use their native language to share your culture with your children
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Using language to share culture with your kids

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Language is really the bridge to your culture, so if you really want your child to experience and embrace the same culture and background that you experienced as a child or the heritage. The language is really going to give them that door, that access to it. They can travel and more about it. Language transmits love and culture. There are certain things that we are just more at ease saying in a different language. Not only that, it's just going to open up the world for them. We live in a global society and interconnected society. The more people they are going to be able to interact with people and learn more about the world.

Ana Flores, Author, Blogger & Entrepreneur, shares advice for parents on how they can use their native language to share your culture with your children

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Ana L. Flores

Author, Blogger & Entrepreneur

Ana L. Flores is co-founder of SpanglishBaby, the award-winning blog and online community for parents raising bilingual and bicultural kids, as well as co-author of the book, Bilingual is Better: Two Latina Moms on How the Bilingual Parenting Revolution is Changing the Face of America. A bicultural and bilingual Latina born in Houston, Ana was raised in El Salvador and lives with her familia in Los Angeles.

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