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Summer Language Immersion Program

As globalization increases throughout our world, it has become more imperative that our children are prepared for a future of interconnectedness throughout society. At Language Lab Academy, we believe learning a foreign language is a crucial skill that will not only enable our students to capture the essence of cultures around the world, it will also give them an important tool they can use to attain success on every platform. 

Explore the World Through Languages

Our Summer Language Programs aim to build awareness and understanding of other cultures, develop an appreciation for the value of learning another language, and increase motivation for future language study!

ProgResearch has demonstrated that students who participate in a foreign language immersion program have improved attitudes towards language study and other cultures. Attitude is a key predictor of who will persist in foreign language study!

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Discover the Difference

Our Summer Language Immersion programs will immerse your child into an exciting, fun-filled environment where they will discover a new love for languages! Students will participate in songs, skits, dance, crafts, field trips, and more! Parents can choose between two tracks!

Summer Language Immersion: Your child will spend the day fully immersed in the Spanish language and its culture!

Saturday Language Clubs: This club meets on Saturdays  and Sundays only. Your child will be learn a target language alongside their favorite mascot, Lemur the Language Explorer. 

Summer Language Immersion

Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade

Session 1: June 6th -July 1st     

Session 2: July 5th -July 29th

Monday-Friday:

Half-Day    8:00am-12:00pm   

Full-Day     8:00am-5:00pm    

*Half-day is the same as 3 full days.                   

*5 percent off if enrolled in both sessions

Lemur’s Saturdays

Summer Language Clubs

Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade

Session 1: June 4th, 11th ,18th, 25th

Session 2: July 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

Club Times:

8:30am -10:30am

10:30am -12:30pm

12:30am- 2:30pm

2:30pm-4:30pm

Session 1
Session 2
June 6th -July 1st
July 5th-July 23rd
Half-Day
Full-Day
8:00am-12:00pm
8:00am-5:00pm

Learn Spanish, Mandarin, French, American Sign Language and more! Contact Us for Current Enrollment Specials!)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Language acquisition is the process of children acquiring a language through a subconscious process during which they are unaware of grammatical rules. This happens especially when they acquire their first language. They repeat what is said to them and get a feel of what is correct and what is not. In order to acquire a language, they need a source of natural communication. Language learning, on the other hand, is the result of direct instruction in the rules of language. Language learning is not an age appropriate activity for very young children as learning presupposes that learners have a conscious knowledge of the new language and can talk about that knowledge.
At Language Lab Academy, our number one goal is language acquisition! Unlike many dual language programs, we teach 95% in the target language. Because our classes and curriculum are geared towards “output”, verbal communication, our students are able to retain the target language much faster and are able to converse sooner.
Children may go through a silent period when acquiring a second language, which happens as they focus on listening to and comprehending the new language. This can last anywhere from a few weeks to a year, depending on the age of the child. But there is no reason to be alarmed as they usually sort themselves out.
It is true that kids might be confused a little bit at the beginning, when there are two different labels for things, or they need to use different languages to talk to different people. It can be normal for children learning more than one language to experience what’s known as “interference” — when the grammar and structure of one language influences the grammar of the other language they are learning, which leads to grammatical errors. This is not a language disorder, but a normal part of learning two languages.
The best way for a child to learn a new language is for him/her to hear people speaking it fluently. Our immersive language programs gives students hundreds of hours of effectively communicating with our language specialists in the target language. The longer they are exposed to authentic conversations, they’ll begin to pick up the sounds and the natural accent.
Every child is different. Depending on the amount of time a child is exposed to the target language, will affect his/her level of acquisition. The more time a child spends in the target language, the more likely their will become fluent.
Our curriculum includes S.T.E.M (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) as well as reading and cultural arts!
At Language Lab Academy, our preschool program offers your child the opportunity to learn up to two languages simultaneously! As your child reaches different levels of proficiency, they will be able to acquire additional languages through our program as well.
Research shows that learning a second language boosts problem-solving, critical-thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask.
Parents and students are given weekly take-home activities and assignments to help practice and reinforce language learning. Each student will have the opportunity to practice key words and phrases at home and in other settings.
Three and 4-year-olds are not only increasing their vocabularies, they’re starting to recognize the speech patterns they’ve been hearing since birth. The earlier you introduce a second language, the easier it will be for your child to pick up its unique sounds.
Studies show the more languages a child knows, makes it easier to acquire additional languages.

Frequently Asked Questions

Language acquisition is the process of children acquiring a language through a subconscious process during which they are unaware of grammatical rules. This happens especially when they acquire their first language. They repeat what is said to them and get a feel of what is correct and what is not. In order to acquire a language, they need a source of natural communication. Language learning, on the other hand, is the result of direct instruction in the rules of language. Language learning is not an age appropriate activity for very young children as learning presupposes that learners have a conscious knowledge of the new language and can talk about that knowledge.
At Language Lab Academy, our number one goal is language acquisition! Unlike many dual language programs, we teach 95% in the target language. Because our classes and curriculum are geared towards “output”, verbal communication, our students are able to retain the target language much faster and are able to converse sooner.
Children may go through a silent period when acquiring a second language, which happens as they focus on listening to and comprehending the new language. This can last anywhere from a few weeks to a year, depending on the age of the child. But there is no reason to be alarmed as they usually sort themselves out.
It is true that kids might be confused a little bit at the beginning, when there are two different labels for things, or they need to use different languages to talk to different people. It can be normal for children learning more than one language to experience what’s known as “interference” — when the grammar and structure of one language influences the grammar of the other language they are learning, which leads to grammatical errors. This is not a language disorder, but a normal part of learning two languages.
The best way for a child to learn a new language is for him/her to hear people speaking it fluently. Our immersive language programs gives students hundreds of hours of effectively communicating with our language specialists in the target language. The longer they are exposed to authentic conversations, they’ll begin to pick up the sounds and the natural accent.
Every child is different. Depending on the amount of time a child is exposed to the target language, will affect his/her level of acquisition. The more time a child spends in the target language, the more likely their will become fluent.
Our curriculum includes S.T.E.M (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) as well as reading and cultural arts!
At Language Lab Academy, our preschool program offers your child the opportunity to learn up to two languages simultaneously! As your child reaches different levels of proficiency, they will be able to acquire additional languages through our program as well.
Research shows that learning a second language boosts problem-solving, critical-thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask.
Parents and students are given weekly take-home activities and assignments to help practice and reinforce language learning. Each student will have the opportunity to practice key words and phrases at home and in other settings.
Three and 4-year-olds are not only increasing their vocabularies, they’re starting to recognize the speech patterns they’ve been hearing since birth. The earlier you introduce a second language, the easier it will be for your child to pick up its unique sounds.
Studies show the more languages a child knows, makes it easier to acquire additional languages.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

Ty W. Medical Officer

This is such a wonderful program! I'm so glad my daughter can learn different languages while having fun!

T.G. Parent

As a parent you want the best for your child and this academy is definitely the place that brings out the best in my child. Thank you for all that you do!

Michael K. Parent

So wish I had this program when I was a child. This is by far the best gift any parent can give their child; the ability to speak another language!