Five Reasons Your Preschooler Should Learn a Second Language

Spanish curriculum for elementary school

America leads the world in many areas, but one of those areas is not language learning. The Summer Institute of Linguistics says that around two-thirds of the world’s children are bilingual. In the United States, though, only 17% of children can speak any other language but English. In fact, in a lot of countries, mandatory foreign language study begins for students by the age of eight. Most American students who study a foreign language don’t start until they are in their junior or senior year of high school!

It may seem like a daunting task to think about teaching your child something like Spanish, or any other foreign language. But there are many options for Continue reading

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Choosing the Right Kids Spanish Curriculum for Your Preschool or Elementary School

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Preschools and elementary schools perform the important function of providing children with a solid base on which to build their future education. This is the time when children are the most receptive, and dedication that they receive during this time goes on to have significant impact on their abilities later on. The capability of absorbing, understanding, and storing information is at a high level during the preschool and elementary school years, and in many cases, this can be a great time to learn the rudiments of a new language. In America, one of the languages that children can truly benefit from is Spanish. Due to the large Spanish population in the country, this can be a great language to learn. If you run or manage a school, you can definitely add value to the education of your ch Continue reading

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