Many websites have the built-in option to view their content in multiple languages. This often appears as a button or list of languages along the top of the web page where you can select your preferred language. This feature is visible at the top of the Children’s Council website:
What about websites that don’t have this option?
For websites that don’t have a built-in option to switch languages, you might consider enabling Google or Microsoft Translator on your internet browser.
- If you are working on a desktop or laptop computer, this article walks you through how to add the Google Translate extension to your internet browser (Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, or Firefox). You can also view a translated version of this article in Spanish and Chinese.
- If you use Safari on your iPhone or iPad, this article describes how to set up the Microsoft Translator extension.
Once you have a translation extension set up, it will be easy to toggle between the default language of a site and the languages you have selected for translation. If you are an early educator that uses KidKare for your work, check out these special guides on how to translate KidKare into Spanish, Chinese, and other languages.
Please see related article, How can I access government services in my language and who can support me with this?