Online resources

The following websites contain online resources for parents, teachers and other professionals working with bilingual children:

Bilingualism Matters in Edinburgh is the initiative that inspired us to launch CBN, and has more resources for parents. 
www.bilingualism-matters.org.uk/.

Bilingualism offers professional advice by speech and language therapists.
www.bilingualism.co.uk/.

Life as a Bilingual is a blog by eminent linguist François Grosjean, author of Bilingual: Life and Reality.
www.psychologytoday.com/blog/life-bilingual

A short, fun summary about the benefits of bilingualism.
http://cog.lab.yorku.ca/files/2007/11/BilingualBenefits.mp4

The ESRC International Centre for Language and Communication Development has produced many fantastic evidence briefings, talks and other resources 
www.lucid.ac.uk/resources/for-parents/

Resources about bilingualism and raising bilingual families can be found on this European Commission-funded website. http://www.multilingual-families.eu

The British Academy, together with The Guardian, has published a report on 'Living Languages', which makes the case for language learning from many perspectives. You can download the report below, or visit: www.theguardian.com/education/2015/apr/14/seven-language-learning-uk-multilinguilism


Below you can also find further resources, including about the APPLA “Give your child the gift of your native language” campaig.

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