6. You Plan to Travel a Lot with Your Children in the Future

Some parents are hesitant to travel with their young children to foreign countries because often they fear their children will not appreciate the historical sights it has to offer. Whether you’re one of these parents or not, traveling with children at any age can be difficult.

So if you plan on taking yearly trips to Mexico and South America to relax on the beaches during Spring break, why not teach your children to be fluent in Spanish? Traveling anywhere in general always has its dangers but perhaps this will be adding one more thing to make you feel more secure about going with your little ones. Knowing Spanish will ensure that if your children ever get lost they will be able to communicate in your host country’s native tongue, eliminating any chance of not being able to ask for directions or talk to the local police if need be.

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