Spanish is a Superpower
Did you know that when children learn a new language they improve memory, problem-solving, empathy, even improved test scores? Read more!
Get them going young
Younger learners are uninhibited by the fear of making mistakes, which is sometimes an obstacle for older beginners.
Feed Their Brains
Research shows that learning a second language boosts problem-solving, critical-thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask. Children proficient in other languages also show signs of enhanced creativity and mental flexibility.
Boost Their Academic Achievement
The cognitive benefits of learning a language have a direct impact on a child’s academic achievement. Compared to those without an additional language, bilingual children have improved reading, writing, and math skills, and they generally score higher on standardized tests.
Develop Important life skills
Children who are exposed to other languages display more positive attitudes to the cultures associated with those languages. The experience of learning a language teaches tolerance, cultural sensitivity and awareness.