At Language Lab Academy, our tuition schedule is designed with flexibility and accessibility in mind. Whether you prefer semester-based payments, monthly installments, or customized plans, our aim is to make quality language education accessible to all, ensuring that your child’s linguistic journey is as seamless and enriching as possible.
✨ Multilingual Education: Children will have the chance to learn and grow in a multilingual setting, fostering an early appreciation for languages such as Spanish, German, French, Mandarin, Arabic, and more.
🌍 Cultural Awareness: Our curriculum integrates cultural elements from around the world, allowing children to broaden their horizons and develop a global perspective from an early age.
🎨 Creative Exploration: Preschoolers will engage in creative activities, arts and crafts, music, and storytelling, igniting their curiosity and imagination.
👩🏫 Experienced Educators: Our team of experienced educators and caregivers are dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing, and intellectually stimulating environment.
👥 Social Development: Children will build valuable social skills, form friendships, and gain the confidence to express themselves.
✅ Seamless Transition: Our program provides a seamless transition for children as they prepare to enter kindergarten and primary school.
This is also called “the silent period,” when the student takes in the new language but does not speak it. This period often lasts six weeks or longer, depending on the individual.
The student begins to speak using short words and sentences, but the emphasis is still on listening and absorbing the new language. There will be many errors in the early production stage.
Speech becomes more frequent, words and sentences are longer, but the student still relies heavily on context clues and familiar topics. Vocabulary continues to increase and errors begin to decrease, especially in common or repeated interactions.
It is easy to communicate in the second language, especially in social contexts. In new circumstances or academic subjects, the student can talk almost fluently, but there will be gaps in vocabulary and certain unfamiliar expressions. There are minimal mistakes, and the person can display higher-order thinking skills in the second language, such as expressing an opinion or analyzing an issue.
Children who speak multiple languages are not just bilingual; they are bi-cultural explorers, building bridges across cultures and forging a brighter future.