Language is one of humanity’s greatest achievements…and yet, we take for granted this incredible skill every single day. We use language to communicate our innermost feelings and desires. We use language to help keep roads safe as we drive to work or school. We use language to relish in the art of creation. All in all, language is pretty darn incredible. When the world is only becoming more globalized by the day, you give your child the best possible chance at success when you offer them a better means of access. Learning a second language (or third language!) is proven to encourage a smarter, happier and more social kid.
Spanish is one of the most widely spoken tongues on the planet. Here’s why you should consider getting your children involved in a beginning Spanish c
As children grow and develop, learning multiple languages can have impressive cognitive benefits. It is important to encourage learning early on, as the brain is primed for language acquisition at a young age. If you have been considering adding Spanish curriculum lessons to your classroom, consider these advantages. Starting as early as preschool Spanish lessons, children can grow into more intelligent and well-rounded global citizens.
- Better Memory: Research shows that learning more than one language improves cognitive retention overall. This is because learning new words and grammar s
For most Americans, we were introduced to the Spanish language early in our academic years. While many people learned in middle school, Spanish for preschoolers has grown increasingly popular in recent years. So much so that preschool Spanish lessons are being taught both in and outside of school.
Americans are becoming increasingly aware of the influence of Latin culture within the country and are positioning their children to adapt to the changes. The Spanish curriculum for elementary school is changing in many states
The Democratic Party created waves this week by participating in a Univision debate. Instead of debating in English for English speaking voters, the candidates this time were appealing to the American hispanic community by actually debating for them, using Spanish.
Not surprisingly, the conservative party still has some catching up to do, and many appeared to be horrified by the latest outcome. Ann Coulter tweeted ?I?m watching a presidential debate in the United States tonight, being conducted in Spanish. Adios America!?
Debate Indicates a Changing Country
While the debate has had its naysayers, many people are instead seeing it as an important moment where Spanish-speaking communities are being actively engaged by the political community. Most countries i