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Back to school: educational books for language promotion

Children are back to school and this is a great opportunity to reinforce those language skills. Teaching children your language through themes they are interested in or expand their language skills through new topics, ideally subjects that they are studying at school. This way you get

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We are starting school – fun books for an exciting day

My son is about to start kindergarten and I must admit that I am as excited as he is. He is a big boy now. However, school can be a new environment for many children and as anything new it can be scary. They will have to get use to faces, make new friends. My son goes to childcare and

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Give the gift of imagination this Christmas!

You can never go wrong with a book. They are always great gifts. Le toboggan is happy to offer a free shipping for all orders from $80. Simply use the voucher Xmas16. Happy reading and Merry Christmas!   *valid for deliveries within Australia only *until 20 December 2016

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Le Toboggan is turning one!

Happy birthday! Le Toboggan is turning on ONE! To celebrate this day we have a short video to share with you. We thank you for your support and explain how and why Le Toboggan came about. Also we would like to offer 15% off on all our resources (until Sunday 24th July). Please use the

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The significance of early literacy

Every Wednesday I take my children to the State Library of WA for the story time. Why? Would you ask since they are already surrounded by books at home. I have been reading to my children from day 1. I have been reading a variety of books, in all shapes and colours from around the wor

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Practise your minority language with games

I wrote this post as a mother of multilingual children who uses games as a resource to get them to practise their minority languages. However, it could be used by anyone even a monolingual family, you can still enjoy the quality time spent together. I am a mother of two trilingual tod

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Raising trilingual children: 15 tips

A few weeks ago a couple of posts that I have written were published in the blog ‘Raising a trilingual child’. I am myself the mother of two trilingual toddlers. I speak French, my husband Spanish and our children learn English from daycare which they attend twice a week.T

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