Part of our mission at Language Preschools is to connect parents with the best resources for raising bilingual kids.

This is the same…

  • Whether you’re a full-time homeschool / stay-at-home parent, a work-from-home parent, or an out-of-the-home working parent
  • Whether your children attend language immersion preschool, go to traditional childcare, or stay home with you or a nanny

Regardless of your family’s lifestyle and school choices, we are here to help you achieve your goals of raising bilingual children. Using external language resources is certainly one way to reach your goals, so that’s why we share so many of these types of resources here at LanguagePreschools.com.

The language resource hub we’re bringing you today is Teachers Pay Teachers.

The simple tagline used on the @teacherspayteachers Instagram account is “TpT is an open marketplace for educators to buy, sell, & share original resources. Get inspired & connect with other teachers!”

Teachers Pay Teachers’ resources are actually open to everyone — not just educators or teachers. Really, anyone can buy and anyone can sell on there as long as the resources are education-related.

Here’s where Teachers Pay Teachers gets really good:

1. It has a World Language section of resources.

Languages include:

  • American Sign Language
  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • French
  • Gaeilge
  • German
  • Hebrew
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Latin
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • And others

2. You can drill down by grade level.

  • Pre-Kindergarten
  • Kindergarten
  • 1st-12th (which you can choose by individual grade level)
  • Higher Education
  • Adult Education
  • Homeschool
  • Not Grade Specific

3. Filter by price if you’d like.

  • Free
  • Under $5
  • $5-$10
  • $10 and Up
  • On Sale

Teachers Pay Teachers’ World Language resources are a fantastic supplement to any type of home language learning atmosphere. Stay tuned because today we opened up a Language Preschools Teachers Pay Teachers store and might be inspired to create and sell some of our own language resources on there!

Be sure to follow the Teachers Pay Teachers Blog because the company does some pretty great “round up” posts that sometimes focus on their World Languages category. Examples include this Pre-K to 5th grade round up of “French Canadian Social Studies Resources, Differentiated Activities, and More!” and this 6th-12th grade round up of “Spanish Language Activities, Business Resources, and More!”

We’d love to know: Do you sell language learning resources on Teachers Pay Teachers?

Leave your store link in the comments so we and our readers can visit. Also, if you have favorite TpT language learning resources you’d like to share, let us know what those are too.

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