Speak to your child in your native language
If your child is still a baby or toddler, you can help them pick up your language at home naturally by using it as much as possible to speak to them.
Start with action words
If they are a little older, make learning enjoyable by focusing on active words. Start with the things they do every day like running, walking and jumping. Move from there to more complex terms and sentences so your children can talk about their day.
Watch children's movies in your native language
Lots of bilingual adults credit watching TV and films in another language with helping their fluency. This is a great way to spend some quality time together. When the show or film is over, ask your children about it to gauge how much they understood.
Read to your children
Get some story books with lots of illustrations in your native language and read them to your children. In time encourage them to read in order to practice speaking the language in a more formal way.
Calls with family and friends
Last but by no means least, involve your children in calls with home. Having the opportunity to build relationships with your parents, siblings or cousins will help motivate them to learn.