So, here is a very easy first step.
Look around your home and yard. What do you see? Chairs, tables, trees, doors, etc. Now, go to your computer and do a search for a multi-lingual dictionary. For example: to translate words from English to Spanish, I use SpanishDict.com
Okay, now type in the words one at a time and get the translation.
Window – Ventana
Tree – Árbol
Next, make word cards with the Spanish (or what ever language you want your child to learn) and write the words on them.
Last step, put the word card on the object so your child can read the word in their new second language.
You can go further and work on learning the alphabet, numbers and colors in your new language. (You’re going to learn it too.)
Have fun, you never know when your new language will come in handy!
See you back here Monday with another great book that goes beyond reading.