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Document Number: 9748

The Cognitive Consequences of Early Bilingualism - This article reviews the benefits of fostering bilingualism in young children. Among the benefits discussed are greater self-regulation skills. findings that show that bilingual children are better than their monolingual peers at regulating their thoughts and behaviors and at learning words that have overlapping meanings. Article discusses the benefits of bilingualism in young children. (Hanako Yoshida, Zero to Three, 2008) ...


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