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Introduction to spanish language

​Introduction to spanish language
​(Introducción  al  español)
Introduce your young children to a second language, and you give them a chance at greater fluency and access to countless professional opportunities later. Spanish, a language spoken from Argentina to Canada, is one of the most popular languages for children in the US to learn today.
Here are Important reasons to think Spanish language is a good option for a second language for kids:

      Spanish is the second most-spoken language in the world. With 387 million native speakers, more people on earth speak Spanish than English or French.
        Develop early language skills. Take advantage of the critical time in early development when acquiring language skills comes naturally and easily. A child’s capacity to pronounce unfamiliar, foreign sounds and to absorb new grammar rules is highly enhanced prior to age six.
       Expand future employment options. Knowing Spanish is always a bonus when looking for a job. The earlier children start learning, the easier it will be for them to become fluent. Expand future employment options. Knowing Spanish is always a bonus when looking for a job. The earlier children start learning, the easier it will be for them to become fluent.
        Broaden cultural horizons. Give your child access to Hispanic music, culture and literature. Knowing Spanish will help your child understand and appreciate other cultures and Hispanic cultural contributions.

Toddlers are not only increasing their vocabularies, they're starting to recognize the speech patterns they've been hearing since birth. The earlier you introduce a second language, the easier it will be for your child to pick up its unique sounds. The ability to hear different phonetic pronunciations is sharpest before age 3, and we lose the capacity to hear and produce certain sounds if we aren't exposed to them early on, a second language will give your child essential tools for appreciating it now and learning to speak it later.

I am also proud to share with you that we have two lovely girls who are growing under Spanish second language, and is wonderful how they are interacting with Hispanic family and friends not only in Mexico, but also in Canada too.
Samantha (was born in Mexico) Danna (was born in Canada)
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