The benefit of learning Spanish at a young age are clear: it helps a young brain develop, children absorb a new language easier than adults and, most of all, it gives them a leg up later in life. How exactly does it help later in life? Well, there’s more than one answer to that question.
Knowing multiple languages is an extremely beneficial skill in modern times for employment, travel, and communicating with new people. But, there is more to it than just making communication easier; being bilingual also helps people to become more open-minded and encourages cognitive developments such as improved attention span and multi-tasking skills. Studies even show that
Spanish Immersion preschool classes allow children to ‘acquire’ Spanish speaking naturally by immersing them in the language in a fun, interactive environment. They will be immersed in Spanish while engaging with the same curriculum they would in an English-speaking preschool. Children have very unique abilities to learn a new language in ways that are difficult
Believe it or not, the history of language immersion dates back over five thousand years. That’s when the very first language classes were taught in schools. For thousands of years, Latin was the primary language offered in educational facilities. Then, in the 18th century, schools promoted the study of modern languages; however, the work was
Some of the best ways to reinforce Spanish language at home with your kids is to encourage a continued immersion even after being out of the classroom. Share in Their Enthusiasm with Community Events Young kids derive the importance and excitement of learning Spanish from their parents and adults around them. One way to impart
In general, language immersion is a method of learning a new language where an individual is completely immersed immediately. This method is incredibly effective because it is naturally how people learn their first language when they are young. When children are born, they learn by hearing repeated words and phrases, and they gradually make the
SiW’s Mommy and Me Spanish program, the Chiquitos program, was designed to make your child’s learning experience a shared experience and memory. Learning Spanish together can help your child take his or her learning home, reinforcing everything learned during class time. Students continue the learning at home with a CD containing all the music used
We believe that teaching Spanish classes for children of an early age through immersion in engaging activities helps them attain their full potential, enhancing their skills in other educational areas in the process. Scientific testing has indicated that students with exposure to a second language score significantly higher in reading, math, language, creative thinking and