At Fun World Language Academy,
we bring the brain-building benefits of bilingualism to young children and expand their cultural horizon.
Through high-quality language immersion classes, we increase the new generation’s cultural awareness and foster curiosity about the world as a global community.
Why Fun World Language Academy?
We are a team of native speakers of various languages, and our teachers have expertise in teaching in the US and abroad. We strongly believe that it is highly beneficial for young children to learn a second language earlier than the age offered by most public schools.
Moreover, the goal of our school is to encourage children to continue their language studies until they are fluent by acquiring a solid academic foundation in their chosen language.
We fill the gap between early preschool years and the time when public schools start to offer languages. At Fun World Language Academy, games and activities, a friendly community, and well-prepared environment foster a love of language and a passion for learning.
The benefits of being bilingual or multilingual
Increased awareness of different cultures and places. This leads to curiosity and a natural desire to learn more about the world we share.
Better development of academic potential. As learning a second language exercises the brain, it makes it more flexible.
Increased self-esteem. The ability to have even a simple conversation in another language is a very concrete, easy, and fun way to demonstrate knowledge while also connecting with others.
Ability to learn more languages. Learning a language at a young age improves the ability to master additional languages in later years.
The benefits of studying in a group setting versus private lessons at home
Meeting new friends makes it more fun.
Children learn from one another, not just the tutor.
A sense of community.
Why study a foreign language at a young age?
Not only do children learn a new language faster than adults, but it also enriches and expands their brains. Numerous studies have shown that this faster acquisition is due to the nature of their developing minds. Additionally, there are scientifically demonstrated differences in the brain activity of multilingual children. More regions of the brain are being used, extra neurons are activated, and a special flexibility of thinking sets in. Even if children don’t continue to practice their second language as adults, the benefits they gain from using it at a young age remain.