Description of classes

We offer classes in the following languages: Arabic, Bulgarian, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. More languages may be added based on interest (contact us to let us know if you don’t see the language you would like to study).

  • Classes are grouped based on students’ age.

  • Small class sizes allow for the curriculum to be be customized based on the students’ proficiency level and interest.

  • During the school year we have two 18-weeks-long semesters, with an option to sign up for 6 week sessions if desired.

  • We follow public schools vacation schedule.

  • During school vacation weeks we offer workshops and story times in some of the languages, and in the summer we have extra classes and summer programs.

Parent/Child: Ages 2+

(slightly younger children may enjoy this class too, siblings welcome)

The small group immersion classroom experience involves movement, singing, storytelling, and crafts. Parents/caregivers stay in the classroom with their children.

Class length: 45 minutes.

By the end of this class: Children will be familiar with the words for greetings, feelings, colors, animals, common verbs, and numbers.

Work at home: Ideally, children will listen to a story or a song in the target language daily. The teachers may suggest other fun coloring and play activities. These will be recommended, rather than mandatory activities.

Group 1: Ages 4 - 7

 Designed for children with pre-reading/writing and beginning reading/writing ability.

The small group immersion class includes movement, crafting, singing, and games. When possible, the program includes optional access to weekly story hour meetings led by a native speaker (the availability of story time will vary by language).

Class length: 45 minutes.

By the end of this class: Children will be familiar with the alphabet and any differences between it and the English language alphabet. They will develop basic vocabulary and will learn about greetings, feelings, colors, animals, professions, family members, and discuss simple interests and activities.

Work at home: Teachers will assign 10 to 15 minutes of easy and fun language practice at the end of each class, that may include listening to the song of the week or simple coloring/writing activities.

French Story time at Fun World Language Academy

French Story time at Fun World Language Academy

Group 2: Ages 8 - 11

Designed for children who can read and write in their native language and can utilize those skills in their new language, both in the classroom and at home.

Class length: 60 minutes.

By the end of this class: Children will become more comfortable participating in conversations about daily life and school-related topics. They will also practice writing and reading in the target language.

Work at home: Daily language practice will be expected; the lengths will vary but will not exceed 15 minutes on most days. Teachers may give additional homework assignments to those interested in passing proficiency exams (e.g. DELF for French, or A1 for German).


Group 3: ages 12 - 16

Small group classes tailored to the student’s level of comprehension and interests. Please note the age grouping is approximate and may vary depending on the student’s comfort and proficiency level.

Class length: 60 minutes.

By the end of this class: Students will become more comfortable participating in conversations about daily life and topics of interest. They will also practice writing and reading in the target language.

Work at home: Daily language practice will be expected; the lengths will vary but will not exceed 15 minutes on most days. Teachers may give additional homework assignments to those interested in passing proficiency exams (e.g. DELF for French, or A1 for German).

Language Classes at Fun World Language Academy

Language Classes at Fun World Language Academy

Adults: Ages 18+

Class length: 60 minutes.

By the end of this class: Students will become more comfortable participating in conversations about daily life and topics of interest. They will also practice writing and reading in the target language.

Work at home: Daily language practice will be expected; homework assignments may include worksheets and various language learning Apps assignments. Teachers may give additional homework assignments to those interested in passing proficiency exams (e.g. DELF for French, or A1 for German).