Spanish, German and French language classes for young children

French and Spanish language classes and Kids Programs for children in the Boise area:

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Schedule for
winter Session 2017-18
Theme:
Life at Home

Join the fun as we learn to talk about the activities in the home in our new language! Songs and activities in this unit cover such topics as greetings, setting the table, the different foods we eat, the members of the family, our pets, and the rooms of the house. Of course, we'll also learn things such as counting and the alphabet.

French Parent/Child Classes. Ages 0-8.
10 week session starts the week of November 27th, 2017

Day Time Location
Wednesdays 8:30 -9:15 am Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Wednesdays 9:45-10:30 am Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Wednesdays 1:15-2:00 pm Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Wednesdays 2:30-3:15 pm Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Thursdays 8:30-9:15 am Warm Springs area, NE Boise

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French Parent/Child Classes (continued).

Day Time Location
Thursdays 11:00-11:45 am Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Thursdays 1:15- 2:00 pm Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Thursdays 2:30-3:15 pm Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Thursdays 3:45-4:30 pm Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Thursdays 5:00-5:45 pm Warm Springs area, NE Boise

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Spanish Parent/Child Classes. Ages 0-8.
10 week session starts the week of November 27th, 2017

Day Time Location
Wednesdays 11:00-11:45 am Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Wednesdays 3:45-4:30 pm Warm Springs area, NE Boise
Thursdays 9:45-10:00 am Warm Springs area, NE Boise

Contact me for more information.

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About your teacher:

Veronica Fletcher

Veronica was born into a multilingual globetrotting family. At home, her mother always spoke French to her and her siblings, her father English and later on in school she learned to speak Spanish. Veronica attended a French school and graduated with the French Baccalaureate. Twice while growing up, Veronica lived in Southern France with her family for a year each time and summers were often spent there as well with her French extended family. In college, Veronica mainly studied international public health and health education and while doing so she obtained a teaching diploma which she promptly put to use by teaching French for one year at an international school. Soon after she joined the Peace Corps and spent two years as a volunteer in a Spanish-speaking country. Several years and countries later, Veronica is married and has two children with whom she speaks French and has done so since birth. She was lucky to have the opportunity to home school them for a year and a half following a French curriculum. Once her children went back to public school however, getting them to speak French was easier said than done. Learning and keeping up a foreign language in a predominantly monolingual society is a challenge for many families. Veronica realized at that moment that she could help other parents introduce a new language or keep up an existing second language in their homes. The Music Lingua program makes this possible and she can now share her language skills with other children and families in a fun and engaging way.