Learn Spanish

through play, music and movement

Join us

to learn Spanish as a family

OUR MISSION

We are committed to providing high-quality and fun Spanish immersion programs to children through music, play, movement and interactive learning experiences.

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We provide Spanish classes all year round. Classes are offered in seven or eight weeks each according to the seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. In Summer we offer two camps; one in June and one in July.

Registration for the Spring semester, 2024 is open! We will be offering in-person and online classes.

Pasitos, a parent-child class for children ages 0 to 5 years old.

Jugando which is a drop-off class for children 4 to 9 years old.

Explorando, a drop-off class for children 9 to 12 years old. We are offering one in-person class for this age.  

Also, we will be offering online classes for children 6 to 12 years old. These classes are eight weeks long. We offer Spanish classes for older children, 13 years old and up upon request. If you are interested in any of these classes, email us

We look forward to hearing from you.

Learn Spanish the fun way!

Why kids should learn Spanish?

Why kids should learn Spanish? There are many reasons for children to learn Spanish at a young age and for babies to be exposed to a second language. We are going to mention five of those reasons in this article….

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Welcome to our new website!

Welcome to our new website!
In this section we are going to share with you different resources about how to incorporate Spanish at home on a daily basis, and the benefits that come with exposing children to a second language.

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Why Spanish

Spanish is one of the most common languages in the world. According to the US Hispanic Data Gallery there are currently 41 million native Spanish speakers living in the United States, and another 11.6 million people who are bilingual…

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Parent Resources

How can you incorporate Spanish at home?
There are many ways to help children be exposed to a second language. It is easier when one or both of the parents speak a language other than English. If this is the case, children can learn two languages simultaneously…

In-person and Online SPANISH classes for children

Registration for our spring semester 2024

IS NOW OPEN

Pasitos

Pasitos

This program gives the opportunity to learn a second language as a family. The first years of children’s lives are the time when they first fall in love with words and music. We offer an early childhood program… [read more]

JUGANDO FOR CHILDREN 4-9 YEARS OLD

Jugando

Jugando is a drop off full immersion class. This Spanish program offers children the opportunity to continue learning Spanish as they grow. In this program children learn Spanish through picture books, storytelling, songs… [read more]

EXPLORANDO FOR CHILDREN 9-12 YEARS OLD

EXPLORANDO

Explorando is a Spanish full immersion program for children 9-12 years old. In this program children will enjoy a rich and engaging learning environment to acquire a second language. Students will learn Spanish through.… [read more]

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ONLINE SPANISH CLASSES

Our online Spanish classes are for beginners, intermediate or advanced students. We offer engaging and interactive classes. Our approach is based on natural language acquisition, on which children learn… [read more]

Come and join us to learn Spanish the FUN way!@

 

Isadora's mom

2 years old

“I have been amazed observing my younger daughter’s confidence blossom. She sings “Buenos dias” with gusto, even including hand motions”

Julian's dad

4 years old

“The class was very fun, when my four year old sang along with the songs in the car it was very rewarding and awesome to be able to do that together as a family”

Sofia's mom

5 years old

“My  daughter Sofia loved this class. She counted down the days until she could go again! Sofia sang the songs daily and loved Jennifer. This class was a great foundation for future Spanish lessonsy”

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