LANGUAGE & IQ EDUCATION WEEKEND

EARLY IQ EDUCATION LITERACY, MATH & LANGUAGE IMMERSION

INTENSIVE READING MATH PROGRAM FRENCH, SPANISH, MANDARIN IMMERSION

Early IQ Education, LITERACY & MATH -the most effective reading and early mathematics program. IQ Education can be combined with foreign language immersion component. Make your choices based on your school's schedule and the choice of a language.

Early IQ Education programs are now being offered as a bridge program to elementary school students, K-6, from MONDAY-FRIDAY, with choice of 2 to 5 days, with choice of following sessions:

9AM-12PM, 12PM-3PM, and 3PM-6PM. One or more sessions can be chosen per day or week, depending on your child's schedule and goals. Classes are limited to 5-6 students in the following grades: K-1, 2-3, 4-6.

If you do not see an option that may fit your student's schedule or you would like to request some modifications, please let us know.

EARLY IQ EDUCATION programs may be combined with our foreign language immersion programs, in French, Spanish or Mandarin, as an alternating session at 12PM-3PM or 3PM-6PM. Tuition listed in the schedules is monthly and no contracts are required, just a 30-day cancellation notice if needed to withdraw.

Early IQ Education is designed for Elementary School age students to build early literacy and mathematical skills at a very young age, and provide age appropriate support to grade level students in order to excel. Your teacher is an expert and you can be sure that your child will read in no time or will develop early critical thinking!

Like never before, taking charge of your child'd education is the key to their academic success and cognitive development. You will be amazed what they can do in our EARLY IQ EDUCATION PROGRAM! To inquire about the program or to schedule a session, please reach out to us at info@kidslanguagearts.com or at 703 689 1186. If you have your own pod of students interested instructions at our location, please email at info@kidslanguagearts.com.

DAY FOREIGN IMMERSION LANGUAGE PROGRAMS

INTENSIVE FRENCH, MANDARIN & SPANISH IMMERSION FOR AGES 3-5

Language Immersion Day program offers intensive immersion setting in the following languages: French, Mandarin, and Spanish. Its is geared towards younger learners ages 3-5. The program is offered Monday-Friday, with choice of attending one or more days, with choice of following sessions: 9AM-12PM, or 1PM-4PM. For details on schedules, and options of sessions, please visit Locations & Schedules or email us at info@kidslanguagearts.com

Should you need special accommodations or have specific schedule needs, please reach out to us.

Preparing for testing for Immersion Elementary School? Is teaching your child your own native tongue a challenge? Or maybe you already know that multilingualism will benefit your child in all academic areas? These are all great reasons for investing in your child's capacity that will truly last a lifetime.

Language Immersion Day program at Kids Language Arts is a wonderful way of introducing or expanding a foreign language through REGGIO Emilia approach where students are able to utilize a foreign language in a full immersion, with abundance of arts, exploration and practicing critical thinking, with a qualified educators and native speakers. While this is a language immersion program, our program develops each student in other academic areas such as literacy and math while presented in a foreign language. Students develop skills such as handwriting, literacy and mathematics, so they are ready to enter elementary school with strong reading and writing skills.

The older the child gets, certain windows close in terms of language acquisition, but so long as the child learns the language before puberty [age 12 or 13], the child should be able to speak with a native accent. It’s an incredible gift to give a child access to many languages, and the best time to begin to teach children languages is right now.

You don’t need to speak a language in order to teach your children. Luckily, at KidsLanguageArts, there are educators who are native speakers with the ability to teach through play and in more traditional ways depending on the age of your child.

Kids learning a foreign language is a serious trend in both parenting and classroom learning methodology. In Europe, it’s commonplace that children speak many languages, and now in America, we’re seeing a rise in teaching children languages starting from toddler age in preschool.

We’ve also seen an incredible development of all sorts of fun tools to help kids learn a foreign language. There are tons of toys and apps that teach kids a foreign language in a way that’s both educational and entertaining but multiple studies have shown that children don’t learn primarily from these. The study shows that children don’t learn effectively from television, apps, however, listening to music, cds or even using apps can be a great tool to go along with the process of learning with a teacher.

So why the recent push for teaching kids a foreign language? We’ve created a short list of our favorite, most convincing reasons kids are learning to speak other languages. And we think by the end of reading this article, we’ll have you saying ‘si’ as well…

Study after study suggests that speaking a second language boosts cognitive, memory, and listening skills. Simple as that, learning and speaking multiples lessons build stronger brains.

You’ve heard it a million times, but it’s true: toddlers are like little sponges, easily absorbing all the information they’re given.

Learning another language is beneficial for your child’s future career. Many of the largest companies and corporations have offices all around the world, teaching another language to your kids means opening up infinite doors. Your children will have a serious advantage if they have access to the entirety of the global market.

English grammar and vocab improve when children learn a second language. By understanding how grammar and vocab function in other languages, toddlers learn more about how their own grammar rules through comparing and contrasting.

Learning another language expands perspective. Many parents teach children the language of their ancestors in order to give them an important look into their heritage. But understanding another language, any language also means kids feel empowered to explore a more global, diverse life.

Kids Language Arts

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