Teaching young children how to speak a second language is good for their minds. To learn a second language can maintain attention despite outside stimuli better than children who know only have one language report - Cornell Language Acquisition Lab.
Learning a second language does not cause language confusion, language delay or cognitive deficit, which have been concerns in the past in fact according to studies at the Cornell Language Acquisition Lab.
A number of research studies have shown that children who have learned a second language at a young age demonstrate cognitive advantages, such as increased problem solving skills and creativity. Children also develop an interest in and curiosity about different cultures and ideas when they have a foundation in other languages. this makes them more comfortable growing up in out increasingly global society, where languages and cultures intersect every day.
In our increasingly diverse society, there is a growing appreciation of the value of speaking more than one language.