Studies by Harvard University confirm that the creativity, critical thinking skills, and flexibility of the mind are significantly enhanced if children learn a second language at a younger age. Preschool years, especially the first three years of life, are believed to be a vital period in a child’s life. This is when the foundations for attitudes, thinking, and learning, among others, are laid down.

“This means that children have a natural ability to learn, which is developed during the first 3-4 years of their life.”

Using that ability is much encouraged because, according to research, learning a second language is as easy as learning the first. It may sound like a huge burden, but, in fact, it’s not.

The human brain is a wonderful thing. From the moment we are born, we learn by six main ways, by:

  • Sight
  • Taste
  • Smell
  • Sound
  • Touch
  • Doing

“Bilingual children that learn a second language from an early age sound like a native in both.”

EDUC@TIONAL DYNAMICS, based on their knowledge of the international bibliography and having experience in the ability of learning at young age, offers Kindergarten courses which address children 4-6 years old. From the tender age of 4 they learn the English language in the same way they have learnt their native language. Our interactive programmes combined with up-to-date teaching methodologies and techniques make their lessons enjoyable and creative.

Learning tasks include phonics, role-play, story telling, singing, dancing, drawing, handcrafting, reading and writing.

They learn how to cooperate with their classmates through pair-work tasks and other enjoyable shared activities. Being exclusively exposed to L2 they start communicating in English from the first few weeks.

On completion of the 2nd year (KGB) they start the next cycle of courses.

Both Kindergarten courses (KGA & KGB) are funded by EDUC@TIONAL DYNAMICS.

Reference: http://developingchild.harvard.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Enhancing-and-Practicing-Executive-Function-Skills-with-Children-from-Infancy-to-Adolescence-1.pdf