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The Best Multilingual Music for Babies and Toddlers

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Multilingual children need to hear their second languages spoken often. This is one of the reasons music can be a great educational tool. Words and phrases, even foreign ones, are much easier for kids (and adults) to remember when put to music. Here is a list of our favorite multilingual music. I hope you enjoy these recommendations as much as we do.

Baby and Toddler Music in French:

Baby and Toddler Music in Spanish:

Baby and Toddler Music in Mandarin Chinese:

What is your favorite Multilingual Music for Babies and Toddlers? Please leave a comment and let us know.

Note: We will continue to update this list as our family tests out new music. Please feel free to bookmark this post.

About Kelly Tirman

Kelly Tirman is a natural CONNECTOR, STRATEGIST and STORYTELLER specializing in eCommerce & Social Business. She is passionate about making social media strategies operational by helping companies build (and utilize) a highly-skilled virtual and flexible workforce. She currently works as an Enterprise Social Strategist and Influence Lead for Wells Fargo however the opinions expressed on this blog represent her own and don’t reflect those of her employer. In her "free-time" Kelly blogs on several topics including Urban Living, Raising Multilingual Children, and Organic Beauty. She happily resides in San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two children.

6 replies
  1. Jennifer Burden @WorldMomsBlog says:

    My favorite French children’s CD is “Nous sommes tous comme les fleurs” by Charlotte Diamond. There are some cute songs on there, including a dinosaur song that we love stomping around to!

    I’ve been trying to raise my daughter bilingual in French and my husband takes her to Chinese school on Saturdays during the school year. We both really love languages, and we hope our kids do, too!

    Thanks for this page!

    What languages do you speak with your children?

    Jen :)

  2. My Traveling Troop says:

    Love this post! My husband and I are thinking of enrolling our kiddo in a bilingual school when we move overseas, and I think music will be a great way to introduce her to the new language. Thanks for sharing!

    XOXO,
    Kristina

  3. Kristiina says:

    Wow, this sounds awesome. How many languages does your family speak? Also, it was great meeting you at Bloggy Boot Camp, I really enjoyed your session, it helped give me some direction about what I want to do next.

  4. kellytirman says:

    My kids currently speak English and Spanish but we listen to music in many languages. I find it amazing that even my youngest can sign along. We will be increasing the languages we ask them to speak over time but we wanted to make sure Spanish was native to them before we attempted to tackle too much. Hope that helps.

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