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Early Science Matters is Now Multilingual!

by Diann Gano, M.Ed


Hello, Hallo, Hej Hej, Hola, Ciao . . . well, you get the idea!

To expand our reach to families and early childhood educators around the globe, we’ve added a translation option to our Early Science Matters website.

With this new functionality, our readers can now translate Early Science Matters into more than 100 languages.

Breaking down language barriers and making our content accessible to a diverse global audience is important to us. This new feature will enable more families and early childhood educators to access the tools, insights and resources they need to help children succeed in kindergarten and in life.

So let’s get started!

  1. Click on the language dropdown menu in the upper right corner of the website. We’ve circled it in red on the screenshot below:

2. Now select your preferred language from the dropdown menu. See screenshot below:

3. The entire website will be translated in an instant. Isn’t technology wonderful?

You’ll be glad to know that we’ve added this translation feature to the other websites in our early childhood series: Early Math Counts and The Ready Child.  See screenshots below:

When Engineering Explorers—our newest website—launches later this year, you’ll also be able to access this exciting early STEAM content in the language of your choice. We thought you might enjoy a sneak preview. See screenshot below:


We’ll be sure to notify you when Engineering Explorers goes live.

In the meantime, please visit Early Math CountsEarly Science Matters and The Ready Child often. Let us know how we’re doing—and how we can serve you better.

We’re always open to comments, questions and suggestions. In fact, we added this translation option at the request of one of our community members. Thank you, Michelle—and keep those comments coming!

4 Replies to “Early Science Matters is Now Multilingual!”

  1. I think this blog is so helpful in this day and age. Everyone is able to learn and understand the process in growth

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