Language learning is an enriching experience for all ages, and children have the most
to gain from this incredible adventure. Intuitively children understand that language
is something to explore and enjoy. The quickness with which they pick up their first
language is nearly miraculous and such a joy to watch as a parent.
Higher Test Scores
Numerous reports have proven that students who have studied a foreign language perform much better than their monolingual peers on many standardised tests.
Better & More Advanced Reading Skill
Studies have also shown that knowledge of a second languages is more advantageous when learning to read.
It Gives Brains a Boost
Many research studies have shown that children who have learned a second language at a young age demonstrate cognitive advantages, such as increased problem-solving skills and creativity.
Learning new languages creates a deeper understanding of and appreciation for humanity and culture, enriching one’s life and personal experiences in the world.
Children are constantly discovering new things, but learning a new language is a uniquely rewarding experience at any age.
A Greater Grasp of One’s First Language
Children use what they learn in one language to reinforce concepts and terms they’ve learned in the other.