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50 percent of all kids in Europe are bilingual!

About half of all children in Europe are growing up in bi- or multilingual areas. Often such children live in border areas, have binational parents or come from families with migration background.

National educational system in Europe do not pay too much attention of bi- und multilingualism in early childhood education.

Kids2Talk will develop innovative materials to support multilingual children in Europe. The project will not wait for governments to develop new programmes for language learning or to offer extra training for language awareness of trainers and tutors. Kids2Talk will simply offer toys for kids who are curious, who wish to explore their world and who prefer to do this with more than just one single language.

Languages are something great and Europe is a region rich of many different languages, local dialects and mixed lingual codes. Languages are important for intercultural learning, understanding and global communication in a world of life long learning and increasing importance of intangible cultural goods.




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