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Jul
10
2009

OPOL WEEK: Useful Links

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This contest is now closed. The week’s final winner is:  Susan. Congratulations!  Thanks to all!

Photo by Kevin N. Murphy

Photo by Kevin N. Murphy

We feel we hit the mark when we decided to dedicate a whole week to the One-Parent-One-Language method of raising bilingual children. If you’ve missed the informative articles prepared by Roxana, experts and guests then click here to read them.

Today is our last day of the OPOL WEEK and we’ve put together a list of useful links related to the OPOL method. Some are great reads from other parents and others expand on what we’ve already talked about regarding the in’s and out’s of this successful method. Never a bad idea to read from as many resources as you can and discover some new sites in the process.

Make sure you make it all the way to the bottom of the post for details on how you can enter to win our last copy of Dr. Naomi Steiner’s book-”7 Steps to Raising a Bilingual Child.”

Articles from parents using the OPOL method

  • Notes from the OPOL family–A blog about an English-French bilingual family written our very own guest Ask an Expert this week, Suzanne Barron-Hauwaert, author of a book on bilingual parenting and mother of three more-or-less bilingual children.

Resources

  • Many OPOL families recommend using baby signing as a common language in the home. To get started you can use  flash cards and this book .

SpanglishBaby Articles on OPOL

We’ve written some articles on the subject and the experts on our panel have answered various questions from parents using OPOL.

Here are some we suggest you bookmark:

To enter to win today’s copy of Dr. Naomi Steiner’s book:

All you have to do is leave a comment below telling us what other topic is important to your bilingual family and you would like us to write about.

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