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 An Education That Extends Beyond Borders

The International School provides a warm, multicultural environment where children are fully immersed in Spanish, Japanese, or Mandarin from preschool through 5th grade. Located in South Portland, TIS has provided students with a multicultural education for 30 years.

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These Awesome Mom Inventions Are Making Everyday Life Better

Can’t miss services that will help you rock your mom job.

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6 Reasons This Portland School Is an A+ in Our Book

With tracks for German or Mandarin, The German International School’s immersive program for 2’s-elementary will have your child fluent upon graduation.

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Well, Waddle Ya Know? Bette Middler’s Children’s Book to Hit Shelves

Find out what you can expect from Midler’s new kids book.

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Foreign Language Singalong, Story Times & Classes From NYC Businesses

Try a new tongue with the little one, or enjoy a book or song virtually in your native one!

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Wiggles Handwashing Song

The Wiggles Offer a Helping Hand with Coronavirus Prevention

The Wiggles are also recording the hand washing song in a variety of languages.

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Babies May Cry in Different Languages, According to Science

Here’s why your baby sounds different than kiddos from other languages.

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5 Reasons to Pick an Immersion School

From cognitive skills to creativity, an immersion program can teach your child even more than a second language.

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Universal Studios Celebrates Lunar New Year with Kung Fu Panda & More

Ring in the Year of the Pig with these fun festivities.

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Here’s Why Science Says Your Kids Should Play Piano

A new study shows one unexpected benefit to playing the piano.

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Book It to These Drop-In Story Times This Winter

Beat the winter doldrums with our handy-dandy list of local library and bookstore story times. The best part? They’re totally free!

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Trader Joe's

Can You Guess THE Most Popular Trader Joe’s Product of 2017?

Which saucy dinner delight took home the title of Trader Joe’s fan favorite of 2017?

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Baby Talk Is Actually a Highly Evolved Language, According to Experts

It turns out that silly voice you use when talking to your infant is important in a baby’s development.

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Nielsen Is Hiring 100 Work-from-Home Employees

Flexible jobs are gaining steam and here’s where you can find one.

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Citibabes Is on the Move!

Citibabes is on the move to a new space in Tribeca — and with the move comes some changes and fresh offerings.

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Red Tricycle Community Giveaways: Week of May 2, 2017

At Red Tricycle, our mission is to help every parent feel like a rock star by inspiring them to do fun things with their kids. We share the best of the parenting world with our awesome community on Facebook, and…

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La La Language: Bilingual Baby & Me Music Classes

Committed to raising a polyglot? You’re in the right city. Start ’em young at one of these spots!

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10 Things I Get Excited About Now That I’m A Parent

Now that you’re a parent your life is jam packed with exciting adventures at every turn. Who knew life with kids would be so liberating and free! One minute you’re the super mom at the PTA meeting and the next…

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Become a Global Citizen with This International Program

The French American International School (FAIS) is a preschool through 8th grade independent school with an internationally focused curriculum, offering French immersion through 5th grade, and French, German, Spanish and Mandarin language study in the Middle School.  FAIS has two…

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Cost / Benefits of Sending Our Nanny to Take Photography Class

Photo: Amie Kuo
We have a saying in Asia: “Behind every great man, there is a great woman; behind every great woman, there is a great nanny.” Growing up in a society where a nanny is often a live-in arrangement, sometimes the nanny…

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10 Things To Do At My Single Parent Weekend (s)

Nowadays, professional parents are continuously facing physical and mind challenges raising their kids. By the end of the week, when the nanny is gone, we are trying to embrace our kids, and also to handle the never-ending house chores. So,…

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Speaking in Tongues: 6 Great Places to Learn a Language

Looking to help the kid connect with some heritage or join the bi- and tri-lingual club? Have a tête-à-tête with these places.

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Chelsea Piers

12 Signs You’re a Chelsea Parent

If you live at the Piers, the Highline is one of your go-to green spaces and you summer in “Seal Park” — we’re lookin’ at you.

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There’s the Rub: 5 Amazing Atlanta Prenatal Massages

Being pregnant is labor of love, so go get yourself a good old-fashioned rub down at one of the following hot spots around town.

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Say “Bonjour” to Five Foreign Language Classes for Kids

If your kiddo is a non-stop talker, teach them how to say those words in another language too.

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16 Signs You’re a D.C. Parent

There are some overarching—often hilarious—truths about parenting in The District. Check them out here and tell us if you agree!

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Language Classes for Little Learners

The earlier kids start learning languages the better. At Language Stars, children can begin with Spanish, French, Mandarin Chinese, German and Italian as young as 12 months. The leading foreign language education center has a full immersion method taught by…

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Connect Your Kids to Their Communities at Multilingual Connections

Connect your kids with their communities and world! Multilingual Kids’ week-long language camps are designed to immerse children in language and culture through fun, hands-on activities and are offered in Spanish and Mandarin Chinese for kids 5-9.
Camps are held…

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Foreign Affairs: 5 Fun Language Classes for Bebés

Help your chatterbox embrace his gift of gab with one of these cool kid-friendly foreign language courses.

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A Playground Just for Your Imagination at South Street Seaport

New York City kid’s are known for having schedules super jam-packed with brain-boosting activities (think Mandarin and Suzuki Method music classes). But, it may be time for some unstructured play – research indicates that’s what children really need to maximize…

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