Places to Go - Language All Stars - SPONSORED POST


Despite four years of high school french, I've never really learned how to speak another language. When we travel I always wish that I could at least pick up a few words or phrases, but I'm horribly tone deaf and tend to mispronounce even the simplest of words. Ideally speaking a foreign tongue is something best learned as a child, when you're more attune to the variances between sounds and syllables. For those of you hoping to have bilingual (or even trilingual) children, Language All Stars sounds like a great program.

During classes, Language All Stars uses play-driven techniques to teach children your choice of 5 different languages (Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Mandarin). By utilizing a high-energy, FunImmersion® method of instruction, students learn through games, art projects, music and more. There are 7 locations in the DC/NoVA/MD area. It was voted "Best Foreign Language Instruction for Kids" by, Washington Family Magazine readers.

If you're curious, Language Stars is currently in the midst of enrolling for the 2013/2014 Academic Year. In an effort to raise awareness, they are hosting a $100 Language Stars Gift Certificate and a Little Pim Gift Set (click here to enter the giveaway). They also have a One Free Class trial for all interested parents/students.

Click here to check out the website and learn about available classes.

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