Spanish Preschool

Spanish Immersion Preschool

Ages 3 & 4

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Our 3-day Spanish immersion preschool combines a preschool curriculum with a Spanish immersion experience. Our language instruction is a combination of several proven teaching models, such as the Rassias method, dramatic delivery, and the understanding of multiple intelligence theory.

Our curriculum and daily activities are designed to advance your child’s cognitive and social development in a nurturing and stimulating environment. Music and games are used to teach and reinforce vocabulary, and by limiting the enrollment in the program, we ensure that the teacher can give each student individual attention. Addressing each student at their own level encourages them to stay engaged in learning and boosts confidence levels.

In addition to Spanish instruction and the preschool curriculum, we will also teach students about other countries through stories, music, and crafts. Students will be exposed to a new language, but also gain appreciation for other cultures. Everything about our program is designed to set students up for success in the 21st century in a fun, engaging setting.

Age Appropriate Learning

Bilingual

Research shows that bilingual children have an easier time understanding math concepts and developing strong thinking skills. Bilingual students have certain cognitive and social benefits that facilitate success in school and life.

Source: Zelasko, N., & Antunez, B. (2000). If your child learns in two languages. National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education.

Foundation of Our Classes

Fun and play form the foundation for our preschooler immersion classes. Kids quickly 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!

What to Expect

  • Infant CPR Certified Caregivers – Safety is our top priority. Leaving your baby can be one of the most emotional things a parent has to go through.  Rest assured the safety of your baby is our top priority.
  • Daily Reports – We make sure to document diapering, feeding and all other important information about your baby’s day.

Benefits of Learning a Second Language

Spanish Immersion Parent Newsletter

Classroom Support

What to Bring