Growing up Bilingual !
Japanese nursery rhymes
You keep hearing that now is the perfect time to teach your baby a second language.
Children who are in golden age are geniuses for learning languages.
They have more neuronal connections in their brain, and the more they use their brain (say, the language section) the stronger those connections will get. The earlier they’re introduced to another tongue, the easier it will be for them to pick it up, a skill the brain unlearns by the middle-school years, as anyone who's struggled to learn a foreign language later in life will know. Children in the golden age absorb knowledge like a sponge, more rapidly and successfully than at any other time during their life.
Children in their early stages have rich imaginations.
They are developing a sense of humour and like to laugh & repeat words and situations.
The JNR (JapaneseNurseryRhymes) program curriculum explains the method of teaching young children to be a bilingual and more. Our original program exists to stimulate children's five senses with Music, Dance, Activities, Craft, Books and Flash Cards. Children repeat sounds, rhythm, and words rapidly to absorb Japanese intonation which naturally leads them to speak out.
1: Children develop better skills in solving complex problems.
2: Expanded worldview.
3: Find greater self confidence.
4: Allows the children to become more creative.
5: Provide a unique twist from other day care centres.
Director: D. Jones
I have a four year old daughter who has no difficulty speaking Japanese and English.
She is in a golden age at the moment and I truly believe that that age learns everything like a sponge - especially learning languages. Giving the chance for your child to listen to the other language is absolutely fantastic.
They don’t need to learn, they have to absorb them.
I have seen a lot of Japanese children who speak English in their early stages of childhood - and they are amazing!
Not only speaking Japanese but also showing their creativity above other children.
So, why not try to teach children Japanese in Australia?!