Language Stars


Language Stars logodisclosure - compensated post

I took 2 years of Spanish in high school. I took the same 2 years of Spanish again in college. I know a few basic Spanish words and that’s about it. I had two things working against me in learning a foreign language: I was 15 when I started classes and I attempted to learn by memorizing it. Not that you can’t learn a language that way, but it’s not ideal. The best way is to learn when you’re young (some studies show that 7 or younger is best) and to learn by immersion rather than memorization.

Language Stars uses FunImmersion – a method where children learn through games, art projects, music, and other activities – and the teachers are native speakers of the language they teach. Classes offered are:

  • Parents & Tots (1-3 years old) – Foundational vocabulary
  • 3-5 year olds – Introductory vocabulary
  • 5-8 year olds – Conversational basics
  • 8-10 year olds – Reading and writing introduced

Language Stars offers summer programs using FunImmersion with kids as young as 1 and up to 10 years old. Kids use indoor and outdoor activities to learn Spanish, French, Mandarin, Italian, or German.

Families new to Language Stars receive a FREE class to try out the program.

Chicago area Language Star Centers:

  • Chicago – Lincoln Park
  • Arlington Heights
  • Barrington
  • Deerfield/Lake Forest
  • Hinsdale/Oakbrook
  • Naperville
  • Wilmette

Satellite locations:

  • Crystal Lake
  • Geneva/St. Charles
  • Homewood/Flossmoor
  • Hyde Park
  • Orland Park/Palos Park
  • Park Ridge
  • Wheaton

Language Stars is offering a giveaway for $500 credit to Language Stars. NOTE: This giveaway is being offered and conducted by Language Stars and not Toddling Around Chicagoland.

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