Children are naturally motivated to play. A play-based program builds on this motivation, using play as a context for learning. In this scenario, children will pay attention, explore, discover, think and process information.
A play-based approach involves Instructors - supported learning. The Instructor encourages children’s learning and inquiry through interactions their thinking in Spanish and use actively the different vocabularies.
Our play-based learning includes: music, puppets, books, dramatic playing, games, worksheets, and more.
Our curriculum is worked in four sessions of ten weeks each. The four sessions will include two vocabularies that children will learn through engaging play-based activities and worksheets. By the end of each session children will know the vocabularies and how to use to describe what they see, what they draw, what they colored, etc. Beginners and Intermediate students will receive great supportive material to keep studying at practicing daily at home. Native Spanish Instructors with years of experience will create the perfects activities for our students.