Lango’s Early Childhood Language and Cultural Center is located at 93 3rd Ave (and Bergen St) in Boerum Hill. The center offers Spanish and Mandarin immersion preschool programs as well as weekly classes. School Year 2015 – 2016 We welcome perspective families to join us for our open houses on December 10th, January [...]Read more
The winter classes at the Boerum Hill location are now open for registration! In addition to our full immersion preschool program, we also offer toddler and caregiver playgroups, and an after school program for ages 4-8 (3-6pm or 4-5pm). Address: 93 3rd Avenue (and Bergen St) Winter 2014 Daily Class Schedule (please click for registration details) Monday: [...]Read more
Lango offers dynamic and engaging Spanish, Mandarin and French classes and summer camps to kids across the U.S. Our classes teach children a new language in an immersion-based setting using songs, stories, games, dance — even yoga to engage children in their new language. At Lango your child will: Learn a foreign language Make [...]Read more
We’re thrilled to offer Lango Mandarin camp, our language immersion summer day camp, at the Commons in Boerum Hill this summer. At Camp Lango, kids have a blast, summer-camp style, running and playing games outside and engaging in arts and crafts – all while learning Mandarin through Lango’s Graduated Immersion© approach.Read more
Children’s language programs are rapidly gaining in popularity as parents realize that teaching a second language to their kids helps enhance their cognitive development, resulting in better grades and higher test scores later in life. Parents are also drawn to increasing their children’s cultural awareness to help them succeed in our multi-cultural society.
At Lango, we agree that kids in the U.S. are in severe need of quality language programs. But more important than the developmental edges that kids acquire when learning another language, is the simple value of exposure to other ways of communicating, understanding and ultimately living. The lessons other cultures can teach us is conveyed in their languages, and we believe that by introducing kids to new cultures we can help build a stronger future for our world.
Of course, learning a language is a lifelong endeavor. Learners who start early are most likely to gain benefits ranging from cross-functional cognitive development to accent-free pronunciation. And young learners who then stick with language acquisition throughout their lives through classes, interaction with native speakers at home and travel to other countries are sure to achieve fluency and to reap its many rewards.