Why Kids La?

Kids Language Art (“Kids LA”), will contribute in a global society in which teachers and parents foster and embrace a multicultural awareness required of a 21st century citizen of the world. Our approach and curriculum symbolize the joy, freedom of choice and celebration that should be in every early learning experience.

Kids LA completely abandoned the concept of “pen and paper” or “workbook-type” of curriculum. At Kids LA, we teach living, dynamic foreign languages effectively and with a purpose. Kids Language Arts is Reggio Emilia Approach-inspired which also means that we apply Maker Education. With these two philosophies, Kids Language Art’ s teachers find that by using a maker-based approach in the classroom, they are able to differentiate their instruction, leverage students’ individual interests, and more deeply engage all children in learning which brings unbelievable results. 

Undoubtedly, making is having a moment, catching interest of children and project it to daily learning. In general, the term refers to hands-on activities that support academic learning and promote experimentation, collaboration, and a can-do mindset. As educators, we use "making" to describe everything from formal STEAM (science, technology, engineering, and math) curricula to project-based classroom lessons to bins of recycling materials. In Kids Language Art, we have taken note of the phenomenon of creativity and innovation while speaking the target language, and we are now investing heavily in initiatives to teach not only foreign languages, but also provide lessons that connect to STEAM, Arts, Music, workforce preparedness, and the development of innovative and entrepreneurial skills— knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary for success in life in the 21st century.

Kids Language Art children express their thoughts through drawing sculpting, through dance and movement, through painting and pretend play, through modelling and music, and that each one of these Hundred Languages must be valued and nurtured.
These languages, or ways of learning, are all a part of the child. Learning and play are not separated.

Kids LA emphasis hands-on discovery learning that allows the child to use all their senses to acquire a foreign language. 

It is PLAY that WORKS the BRAIN.

Kids Language Arts

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