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How BBC’s Muzzy Can Help Your Kids Get A Head Start On Life

BBC's muzzy language

Parenting is a constant state of balance. Trying to make sure your kids get to dive face first into piles of choccy ice cream while they're young and prime them to have the best opportunities in life.

Trying to give your kids the best chance at life is important, but it can be hard to know where to start. If you’re kids are 10 or under, one way to help them get a head start is learning a second language.  Being bilingual can have advantages and benefits like higher academic achievement, higher test scores, better career opportunities, and improved reading ability.

It turns out that there is an ideal window of opportunity to learn a new language, and it's when you're young—before age 10, in fact.

Apparently, during your first decade of life, your brain is wired to learn languages, so learning a second one just comes naturally and easily for you. The bad news is once this window closes, it gets more and more difficult to learn a new language every year. So in order to give your child an edge in school, it's best to start them as early as possible.


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Private tutors can be expensive, so luckily, there are better alternatives for busy parents. Created by experts at the BBC, Muzzy has introduced millions of kids around the world to new languages, including Spanish from Spain and Latin America, French, English, Chinese Mandarin, German, Italian, Portuguese, Korean, and Russian.

The way it works is that children learn a second language by simply watching the Muzzy movies and playing online games.  Kiddies these days are all hooked on screen time, so why not make it beneficial, guilt-free screen time like Muzzy to replace silly YouTube Kids videos?

If you’re a little worried that your little ones won't like it or pay attention, Muzzy offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, so there’s no risk. It costs $5 a month for a two year online subscription.

Being a parent is no walk in the park, so any little hack here and there that’ll help your kids do better in school and distract them while you get things done around the house(or relax!) sounds ideal to me!


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