Every child in the world is a master of play. Play is part of the basic developmental experiences of human lives. Children learn about culture, social norms and language through play. Precisely because of its sociocultural nature, children in different cultures engage in play differently due to differences in language, context and social norms. Continue reading
An interactive map that displays which language besides English and French is most prevalent in different parts of the country – Canada’s Language Map Looks Way Different Without English Or French.
By Rebecca Zamon, Huffington Post |
Canadians are understandably proud of the diversity of our country — the people who have chosen this land, through the generations, to call their home, and continued to honour their traditions throughout their lives here. Continue reading