EarlyLingo founder Caryn Antonini discusses Mother’s Day Crafts on News 8 WTNH! See the original video here.
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CEO of Early Lingo Caryn Antonini makes spiced pineapple ice pops that the kids can help make to cool off this summer. Ingredients: 1 pineapple 4 quarts of water 1 cinnamon stick 2 cloves 2 black peppercorns Panela, agave, honey or sugar to taste Directions: Fill a large pot with the water. Scrub the pineapple with the...
This spiced pineapple drink is refreshing and very easy to prepare! There are different variations from Guatemala to El Salvador, yet each is similar and delicious. It can be served hot or cold. 1 pineapple 4 quarts of water 1 cinnamon stick 2 cloves 2 black peppercorns Panela, agave, honey or sugar to taste Fill...
From home, to school, and anywhere that life takes them, teaching manners to your children at an early age can help promote cultural awareness. Language expert and CEO of Early Lingo Caryn Antonini explains that once kids have a grasp on what's expected of them in their own culture, they can begin to explore others.
EarlyLingo’s Caryn Antonini joined WTNH to prepare a recipe that can help kids learn kitchen skills aerly on. Watch the video for eight minute pesto pasta, and see the full article here!
This classic pesto sauce is a crowd pleaser. It’s quick and easy to prepare and can be served hot or cold.
Language expert and CEO, founder of Early Lingo Caryn Antonini helps parents set New Year resolutions for their children that will benefit their community while helping them work towards a successful future.
Caryn Antonini talks to News 89 about the foundations for a peaceful future. Read the full article here
How do you teach kids to be kind? Caryn Antonini talks benefits of being bilingual and Early Lingo program Caryn Antonini, founder of Early Lingo, believes learning multiple languages can create a deeper understanding of others and joined us to discuss how her program works.
Caryn Antonini talks to Good Day Sacramento about Early Lingo!