Teaching Foreign Languages to Kindergarteners how knowing another language improves global interactions

The world is becoming a much smaller place. In order to succeed in the world as adults, children need to learn other languages in school.

Through sharing languages, these children will have a better chance at WORKING TOGETHER and RESPECTING ONE ANOTHER when they grow up.

They can successfully work together in fields such as....

Business

Medicine

and Missions.

As children learn from other cultures and nations, they will come to appreciate the world they live in.

Credits:

Created with images by US Department of Education - "05062014 ED Goes Back to School 1" • litratcher - "Globe" • Tom Maisey - "Classroom" • Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) - "FMSC Distribution Partners - Dominican Republic" • JoshBerglund19 - "Kindergarteners with their turkeys" • lori05871 - "The class out in the playground -3." • Snufkin - "briefcase leather goods accessories" • Rohvannyn - "stethoscope medical doctor" • jasongillman - "bible easter jesus" • normanack - "montessori preschool world"

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