It’s never too early to begin learning a language: it’s fun, it promotes healthy development, and there are plenty of cognitive and social benefits which will last a lifetime. Learning a second language at a young age puts one in a much more better place in terms of having more advantages. In my opinion I believe that Children who learn another language before an age of five use the same part of the brain to acquire that second language that they use to learn their mother tongue. Younger learners are also not influenced by the fear of making mistakes, which is sometimes an obstacle for older beginners. When one is still in early age, it is most likely that there will be no fear of making mistakes which makes it much more easier and fun to learn. A lot of Research shows that learning a second language boosts problem-solving, critical-thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask. What this means to me is that Children that start learning second languages end up showing signs of enhanced creativity and mental flexibility. This is a big advantage for the youngsters because the cognitive benefits of learning a language have a direct impact on a child’s academic achievement. Compared to those without an additional language, bilingual children have improved reading, writing, and math skills, and they generally score higher on standardized tests. That is my opinion and what I believe to be true so don’t hesitate to allow your kids to start learning a second language at a young age.