What is Happening in June?

I do not ususally write about what is going on in the Outdoor Biingual Learner, but really June is going to be a blast! Let us just take a look at what is going to be going on and then we can look at everything in a  little more detail. Homeschool Mom Summer Summit. The Outdoor Bilingual Learner being available as a PDF download. The launch of the OBL Community. Online one on one childrens english lessons (using all things nature!). Launch of Garden Birds nature themed language study ...

Let's Meet Bilingual Author Natalia Sepulveda

We are carrying on with our Bilingual Book Blog, and this week and I am really looking forward to introducing you to another bilingual author, and for you to read about how she uses languages and the reasons she wrote a bilingual book. So let's meet Natalia Sepulveda Would you like to introduce yourself? "I’m natalia and I am on a journey raising my children Christian and bilingual (English-Spanish) in Central Florida. I’m originally from San German, Puerto Rico and I work from ...

Guest Blog with Bilingual Book Author Gina Paul

Being a bilingual book author myself I am exremely passionate about this language learning resource. On my blog I will be running a number of guest blog posts from bilingual and bilingual related book authors from around the world. They will be sharing their experiences and also their reasonings behind writing their bilingual books. So let us meet our first Bilingual Book Guest Blogger Gina Paul! Ginas books are written in various languages and are focussed on the child being/becoming ...

Bilingual Books - The Forgotten Resource

Bilingual Books – Why they are useful and not just for Bilingual families #bilingualbooks #learninglanguages This is just a short post today, but I feel that I had to get it down! When I started my writing journey it was definitely for a reason – where are all the bilingual books? (in my case in English and German). I know that we are a bilingual family but bilingual books are actually a really useful resource and not just for bilingual families. Although I was looking for something ...

5 Language Learning Tips by Ronja from Raeuberkinder

5 Top Language Learning Tips by Ronja from Raeuberkinder.net  #TopTipTuesday #5TopLanguageLearningTips   So it is the last Tuesday in February and I have really enjoyed all of our guest bloggers language learning tips so far, so much so that I may carry on with this guest blog feature in future months, so keep checking out the blog! As said at the beginning of the month, I strongly believe it is important to not just promote your own ideas but to also look at your mentors and peers to ...

5 Language Learning Tips by Gina from Gina B Homeschool

5 Language Learning Tips by Gina from Gina B Homeschool #TopTipTuesday #Top5LanguageLearningTips Another Tuesday in February is here so let’s see what are next guest blogger has to say about her ‘Top 5 Language Learning Tips’ As said at the beginning of the month, I feel that it is important to not just promote your own ideas but to also look at your mentors and peers to see what advice and tips that they can also offer. When starting on a language learning journey it is ...

5 Language Learning Tips by Kris from Froggyteachread

5 Language Learning Tips by Kris from Froggyreadteach #Top5LanguageLearningTips #Toptiptuesday We are on week two of February and that means another guest blog focussing on ‘Top 5 Language Learning Tips’ As stated at the beginning of the month, I feel that it is important to not just promote your own ideas but to also look at your mentors and peers to see what advice and tips that they offer. When starting on a language learning journey it is extremely important to do your research ...

5 Language Learning Tips by Imogen from Nuggies Flashcards

5 Language Learning Tips by Imogen from Nudgies Flashcards #Top5LanguageLearningTips #Toptiptuesday During the month of February I will be focussing on a blog feature called ‘Top 5 Language Learning Tips’. I feel that it is important to not just promote your own ideas but to also look at your mentors and peers to see what advice and tips that they can also offer. When starting on a language learning journey it is extremely important to do your research and see what other families, ...

Our Bilingual Journey so far

Our Bilingual Journey so far Background I just wanted to take a few minutes to talk through our bilingual journey. The decisions and the changes we made on our journey. Our decision was easy with regards to the language that we were going to choose. I am a Brit living in Austria so our majority language is German and the minority language is English. Our decision to raise our child bilingually, was the fact that she should be able to communicate with my family and friends in the UK. Plus I did ...

How to set your new language goals for this year

HOW TO SET YOUR NEW LANGUAGE GOALS FOR THIS YEAR New Year, New resolutions and then two weeks later, it is all forgotten. I think we have all been there. However, when you are starting your new language journey, you will hopefully have a specific goal in mind and a vision of how this is going to look. Now is the time to be realistic and put some thoughts down on how this goal will be started and achieved without losing interest or momentum. Let us be honest; we know introducing a new language ...


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Hello Language Learners!

My name is Rachel and I am so pleased that you have found your way here.

I support families who are either raising their children bilingually or who wish to introduce english or german into their home or homeschooling routine using nature and the great outdoors.

I started 'The Outdoor Bilingual Learner' initally as I was writing my bilingual book, after finding that bilingual resources in english and german were extremely lacking (having looked for various resources being a bilingual home). Also in order to not only share my experience of raising a child bilingually but also to encourage more families to spend more time outdoors to learn langauges.

I wish to inspire families to overcome any reservations that they may have in introducing english or german into their homes and for them to gain confidence in their language journey.

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Here is what I can do for you.

Resources

The 'Resource Library' is full of free bilingual resources which is updated regularly, to work through in your own time.

1:1 Coaching

This is a one time Power-Hour or even an on-going support to ensure that your are clear on what your language jouney should look like and also to ensure that you meet your language goals for the future.

Books

My book 'The Outdoor Bilingual Learner' is available as E-Book or paperback

Courses

  • Starting your language journey
  • Garden Birds - coming soon

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