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Why Choose Baby College?

To immerse your children in the musicality of the English language from early childhood, unique and preferential moment to create the foundation to learn a second language spontaneously and learn how to communicate your thoughts in two languages. 

The child can have strong bilingual learning experiences based upon both a British National and Italian Programma Ministeriale curriculum, with the objective of preserving and enhancing both linguistic and cultural heritages.

When DOES ONE LEARN a second language spontaneously?

The best period is from birth up to preschool age, the period in which the brain is most elastic and receptive. When learning languages different linguistic stimuli are assimilated in the same area of the brain.  

During the natural learning process of the English language, there is a so called ‘silent period’ between the beginning of the learning stage and that in which it is effectively used. 

This is due to the child’s need to gather sufficient data for a first level of communication. 

How do children learn English?

Supporting the children in their everyday routine with rituals in English, such as songs and nursery rhymes helps assimilate entire sentences of words with great ease, memorize them and discover subsequently their meaning, applying them in different contexts. 

Living in an environment where you are absorbing English on a daily basis, through the meaning of an expression, the importance of a sentence or just a simple invitation, is the only real way that you can learn a second language spontaneously and without any form of constraints. 

 Gradually the children associate gestures / actions, verbal and non verbal expressions, to objects, words, meanings, recognizing and learning the first phonemes until finally being able to use the English language exhaustively.  

How is the English language used?

The use of the English language becomes a constant in everyday life, which characterizes the different moments of the day, based upon the age of the child, during explanations and when using tools for the various workshop settings (art, language, music, cooking, psychomotor skills, theatre, etc…) also during free play, in simple communication exchanges, or in expressions of need and requests.

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