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Mandarin - Elementary

Our early elementary students learn their new languages through adventures, activities that require increasing levels of engagement and understanding over time, and that reward kids with a feeling of accomplishment. A simple literacy component ensures that these students not only listen, speak, sing and play in their new language, but read and write as well.

French - Elementary

Our early elementary students learn their new languages through adventures, activities that require increasing levels of engagement and understanding over time, and that reward kids with a feeling of accomplishment. A simple literacy component ensures that these students not only listen, speak, sing and play in their new language, but read and write as well. 

Spanish - Elementary

Our early elementary students learn their new languages through adventures, activities that require increasing levels of engagement and understanding over time, and that reward kids with a feeling of accomplishment. A simple literacy component ensures that these students not only listen, speak, sing and play in their new language, but read and write as well. 

Spanish - Preschool

Fun and play form the foundation for our preschoolers foreign language classes. Within two or three classes, kids ages 3-5 learn key phrases in their new language through simple, repeated songs and chants. Meanwhile, they become familiar with more complex aspects of the language by engaging in "adventures," tactile and movement-based games that require them to solve simple problems - in their new language, of course! These adventures, starring the Lango Kids, our multicultural cast of characters, take students to other lands and cultures to ensure that their language instruction is combined with cultural exposure. Preschooler foreign language classes are great for kids who are enrolled in preschool, but have not yet started kindergarten.

Spanish-Kindergarten

Fun and play form the foundation for our preschoolers foreign language
classes. Within two or three classes, kids ages 4-6 learn key phrases in
their new language through simple, repeated songs and chants.
Meanwhile, they become familiar with more complex aspects of the
language by engaging in "adventures," tactile and movement-based games
that require them to solve simple problems - in their new language, of
course! These adventures, starring the Lango Kids, our multicultural
cast of characters, take students to other lands and cultures to ensure
that their language instruction is combined with cultural exposure.
Preschooler foreign language classes are great for kids who are enrolled
in preschool, but have not yet started kindergarten.

French-Advanced

Prior French Classes Required