Sing with Señora at the Northbrook Public Library

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Thank you to all of the children and caregivers who came inside on this beautiful day to join me for some good books, rhythm and rhyme! And a very big thank you to Miss Anna and Kelly Durov at Northbrook Public Library for the tremendous opportunity to share my love of Spanish with some new amigos!

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Why Start Early?

Early exposure to a new language capitalizes on a child’s brain development and their willingness to learn. During the pre-school years, students’ brains are wired for learning additional languages* and their enthusiasm for learning, trying and playing with the language is boundless.  Singing with Señora makes the most of their capabilities by creating a fun, song-filled, non-threatening environment in which to absorb and learn.

I often hear questions from parents about the real benefits of learning a new language at such a young age.  Besides the fact that my students love coming to class, check back here often for recent research and articles. The more your students flex that language learning “muscle” in their brain, the better!

 

Read here to learn the latest info on the Benefits of Bilingualism

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Can preschoolers learn a secondary language?