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Related Organizations and Useful Links
We have collected a wide array of resources useful for both parents, teachers and other caregivers. We've tried to carefully select the most relevant, interesting and well maintained sources for you.
Center for Applied Linguistics
Provides language related research, teacher education, instructional materials and program evaluation.

Zero to Three
An outstanding resource that brings together the fields of medicine, child development and research science focusing on the first three years of life.

Brain Wonders
A highly informative and accessible site about how the brain develops from conception through the first three years.

International Radio and Newspapers
Need to brush up on your own language? Here is a comprehensive list of both Internet Radio stations in over 40 languages and online Newspapers.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Parents who are concerned about their child's speech-language development can find a certified speech-language pathologist here (USA)

Multilingual Matters
A publishing house focused on bilingualism, second/foreign language learning, sociolinguistics, translation and interpreting.

Teaching Ideas
This outstanding site has ideas on teaching just about anything, but here is the link to the Foreign Language teaching section.

Foreign Language Teaching Forum
A moderated discussion forum specifically for foreign language teachers.

Directory of Foreign Language Immersion Programs in U.S. Schools
Note that this list includes both full immersion, two-way immersion, and partial immersion schools.

Au-Pair Organizations -- a small selection
AuPair USA
Cultural Care AuPair
Au Pair World
EurAuPair
AuPair International

Just for fun
Multilingual Songbook with children's songs in 25 languages
International tongue twisters
Even the way we make animals sounds are different in different languages!

Word of Mouth!
If you want to share your own favorite resources with the rest of the multilingual community please drop us a line. Additional directory here.

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