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Spring is finally here!
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Campers had a blast last week making a pinata, cooking and try authentic Mexican food as well as a special drink called horchata. Campers also learned Spanish vocabulary for the ingredients! They practice numbers, colors and Spanish expressions through games like bingo and songs with some dancing. They also learned about the artist Diego Rivera.
Take advantage of this deal and send your child on an adventure this summer!
ONLY $99 per week (normally $195)
Spanish Summer Camp runs Monday – Friday, 9:30 – 12:30pm. Three weeks left to choose from or select all 3!
Week 3 | July 10 – 14 : Campers will learn Spanish vocabulary related to La Casa (a home) and make a house to take home July 10th week. Learn More
Week 4 | July 17 – 21 : Campers will go on journey to Peru. They will learn about Peruvian culture, artists, music, geography, make and taste authentic Peruvian food and of course learn some Spanish & have some fun too!Learn More
Week 5 | August : Our last week, campers will take a classroom trip to Spain. We’ll learn about Spanish culture, music, artists, geography, make and try authentic Spanish food. We’ll also have some fun while learning Spanish. Learn More
We believe learning a language should be interactive and kids should have fun while doing it! Hope to see you this Summer! Spanish Exploradores
WHERE: Lulu’s Casita, 6 cricket Ave, Ardmore, PA 19003
WHEN: 4:00 – 7:30pm
FOOD: Pre-order a pizza for your family by calling lulu’s casita 610 – 642 – 3623
*$10.00 per child to fiesta!
(pay at the door)
SPECIAL OFFER – For a limited time only, register your child for a Spring Session class and Summer Camp and receive 20% off the total. * Families will receive a rebate equivalent to 20% of the total (Spring Class + Summer Camp)
REFERRAL PROGRAM – Now is your chance to earn some cash! Record your referrals with Spanish Exploradores. Next when one of your referrals, a new family, registers for a class or Summer Camp you’ll earn $25.00 Get started today! Just complete the Referral Form
*Select either $25.00 credit towards a future class or $25.00 cash via Paypal. Please allow 2 weeks for processing.
Researchers have found that learning a second language can help strengthen your brain. What does this mean exactly?
Anything that is challenging to learn and forces your brain to work, is like food for your brain. The more difficult the subject, like learning another language, the harder it has to work. Studies have shown this type of brain strengthening helps young students improve their academic performance in other subjects. In Adults, studies have shown that it helps stave off dementia.
Yesterday on Radio Times, WHYY’s Marty Moss-Coane had several guests on her show to discuss the benefits of learning a second language. ELLEN BIALYSTOK, discussed how bilingualism actually changes the way the brain works. In people who are are bilingual, both languages are both always active. Evidence has shown this strengthens the brain. A bilingual brain is more able to focus because it has learned how to select the language it needs to speak.
For adults, learning another language is an extremely difficult brain activity and very stimulating. Research has found that challenging your brain, even as an adult, can potentially postpone the delay of dementia symptoms.
The executive director of the Modern Language Association of America, ROSEMARY FEAL , believes students should have the opportunity to learn language at an early age. Children who are exposed to a second language develop empathy and knowledge of other cultures. As students get older and enter the workforce, the feedback from the business community is that communication skills are the keys to success business. Knowing another language is tremendously beneficial when doing business in a foreign country. It improves and strengthens business relationships. Without it, there are nuances that get lost in translation. To help its students stay ahead of the curve, Princeton is now requiring students to study a foreign language much like European college students to help with cross cultural understanding.
To listen to this radio show click here
And remember, it’s never to late to learn a second language and feed your brain!
At the Spanish Exploradores events held at Lulu’s Casita in Ardmore and the CREC in Haverford, we had fun learning about this gift giving holiday. The Day of the Three Kings is celebrated in Latin America with parades, food and gifts.
One of the special treats we enjoyed was una rosca . Then we made crowns!
Winter Registration is open! Spanish Exploradores is offering 20% off all classes until January 16th.
New class offerings include:
Don’t miss out on the winter session!
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