Talk to Me, Baby! Promoting Bilingualism in Hispanic Infants with Háblame Bebé

Talk to Me, Baby! Promoting Bilingualism in Hispanic Infants with Háblame Bebé

Guest AuthorNov 15, 20234 min read
Parents are their baby’s first and best teachers, and for Hispanic families, teaching bilingualism not only supports early brain development, it can also encourage pride in being Hispanic and speaking Spanish. Háblame Bebé is a free app that has been enormously successful in connecting with hard-to-reach families and changing conceptions about bilingualism.



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