Caryn Antonini making spice pineapple ice pops on WTNH
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Caryn Antonini making spice pineapple ice pops on WTNH

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...

Making manners fun for kids
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Making manners fun for kids

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 Founder Caryn Antonini Joins News 8 WTNH for Bilingual Child Month
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EarlyLingo Founder Caryn Antonini Joins News 8 WTNH for Bilingual Child Month

October is bi-lingual child month! Language skills are essential to building a successful future. The CEO and founder of Early Lingo, Caryn Antonini, joined Good Morning Connecticut at Nine to tell us why it’s so important for our children to learn a second language– or more Bilingualism enhances soft skills, AKA executive functioning skills. Antonini...