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A unique, creative program for children of all ages.

Open to Native and Non-native English speakers. 

Once a week...

after Kita and school

All levels and ages under 5.

Why us:

Interactive practice and learning through Music and

Movement, Reading, Listening, Writing, Arts and Crafts, Exercise, and Play


Highly Qualified and Experienced Native English Teachers


Natural and fun, playful learning environment 


Creative Activities and Educational Games


One free makeup session when you sign up for our 10 week program


Creative Activities and Educational Games


Separate playtime for age groups 


Small Group Activities 


Conversational English with engaging topics that are fun to learn for children


Registered and Certified EFL Teachers 

A second language should be taught by a native speaker in a fun and engaging way for kids to learn. 

Children learn through play.

Playing with others is important to a child’s development. As children play, they learn to solve problems, to get along with others and to develop the fine and gross motor skills needed to grow and learn.


Don’t underestimate the value of play. 

It might look like just child’s play, but children are hard at work learning important physical skills as they gain muscle control, balance, and coordination. Young children are learning and developing quickly. They are playing, learning and experimenting. Each new skill creates and builds a foundation that leads to more complicated physical tasks. Playing and learning are completely natural to children, so mastering physical skill should be fun and games for them. 

Young children are natural language-learners.

They are self-motivated to pick up language with conscious learning. They can imitate pronunciation, sounds and work out rules for themselves. To children learning a language isn’t difficult; it is natural. The best time to teach your child a second language is the same time they're learning their first one. Kids this age are developing language skills rapidly and they quickly absorb whatever they hear. 

In the first five years of life, when brain development is most rapid, children are more open to learning and more receptive to enriching experiences than they will ever be.

Benefits of early language-learning. 

Children who study languages are more imaginative, better with abstract ideas and more flexible in their thinking. 

Children who have the opportunity to pick up a second language while they are still young appear to use the same innate language-learning strategies throughout life while learning other languages. Picking up a third, fourth or even more languages is easier. 

Life skills are learned when children play. Play is critical to the healthy growth and development of children.

They have a great sensitivity to language and a better apt for listening. 


Join us for a free meet & greet and  

save 20%!

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