Private Classes for Children
For children, families, groups or home schoolers
We believe the best learning is accomplished through a carefully planned curriculum and awareness of language in context. Our private instruction offers focused learning with a three-tiered approach: vocabulary, conversation, and culture. Private instruction is great for siblings or parents wanting to learn with their children. We also specialize in offering classes for home school groups.
Why Our Private Classes for Children?
Flexible & Convenient Classes
If your family has a busy schedule or can’t make it to group classes, this is a great way to prioritize your child’s Spanish education. Visit us in Lakewood, or let us come to you. Learn together as a family, share classes with friends, or split an hour class among siblings/amigos.
Home School Solutions
If your child is being home schooled, but you don’t speak Spanish, this is a great way to bring Spanish to your child. We have a custom curriculum that ranges from age 3 and up. If you’re part of a home school group, we have a special group rate, and each family can pay individually.
Children Learn While Having Fun
Although we follow a carefully planned curriculum for private classes, kids are also having fun and learning through games and activities. Kids will interact with a native, experienced, and caring instructor.
Open a World of Opportunity for Your Child
Learning Spanish sparks creativity and critical thinking. Similar to learning a musical instrument, learning Spanish will improve your child’s performance in school and introduce new cultures. If you travel with your child, you’ll see how much they learn!
Why Expose Your Child to a New Language?
A Lifetime of Learning
Introducing Spanish to children develops Spanish speaking and listening comprehension skills that will aid in future language learning. Children’s minds are more easily adaptable to new sounds, methods of logic, and pronunciation.
Learning Spanish enhances intellectual flexibility, problem solving skills, creativity, and standardized test scores, and helps prepare your child for a multi-cultural world.
Learning a language goes hand-in-hand with learning about other cultures. Spanish exposes children to different Hispanic cultures, teaching them to be more tolerant and respectful towards others.