Language Classes for Toddlers in Manchester
We are delighted to introduce you to our newest Spanish class, La Academia Minis.
These classes are aimed at toddlers and pre-school children aged between 2 and 4 years old. The sessions, which include lots of singing, games, rhyming, and videos, are designed to encourage language and brain development in your little ones, but more importantly, they are a fun and exciting outlet for them to socialise!
Parents are more than welcome to join in (although there’s a nice café on site where you can enjoy some “me time”).
The Upper Room Café (entrance round the back of la Academia’s building, next to Tesco’s back entrance)
11 Wilmslow Rd, Cheadle SK8 1DW
*Beginning Monday 20th January 2020*
2 – 3 Years: Mondays 11am – 11.30am
3 – 4 Years: Mondays 11.35am – 12.05pm
*Please arrive promptly so both classes can get the full 30 minutes!*
First session is £5, subsequent payments are paid by the half term.
The Benefits of Early Language Classes
Teaching your little ones other languages is so incredibly important. Babies and toddlers have an extraordinary capacity to absorb languages, the early years being the most crucial and effective in brain and language development.
As a child gets older, the brain’s ability to restructure itself diminishes, and by a very early age – usually between 6 and 9 years old – that window has virtually closed. This is why young children all over the world can effortlessly learn one or more languages whilst older children and adults struggle to become fluent or develop good accents.
The advantages of exposing your child to other languages at such a young age can benefit them all the way through in to adulthood. This includes: enhanced speech development, greater confidence levels, increased brain power and reduced risks of dementia… the list goes on.
Give your child the eternally valuable gift of languages, and put them in good stead for the future.