Education has come a long way since the days of the three R’s; reading, ‘riting, and ‘rithmetic. In the United States and beyond, foreign language classes have become an integral part of education curriculums.
Although it’s common for middle and high school students to take foreign language classes, many educators agree that beginning foreign language education at an earlier academic level and younger age has a number of undeniable benefits.
Spanish is quickly becoming a noted world language, with as many as 41 million native Spanish speakers calling the United States home. Furthermore, an additional 11.6 million are bilingual in the United States, speaking both English and Spanish fluently. As such, it’s easy to see how learning Spanish an early age can empower children to better engage with Continue reading