The more fun it is to learn a language, the more a child will want to stay with it. Learning while playing is the best way to learn. (Jensen, 1994; Dryden & Vos, 1997; Dryden & Rose, 1995).
Learn with lots of movement—use the body and the mind together.
The brain and the body are one. Encourage children to dance and move to the rhythm when learning a second or third language (Gardner, 1983; Doman, 1984; Dryden & Vos, 1997).
Learn by reflecting.
It is important to let children take time to "simmer." There is a dormant stage to language learning. First children absorb the language. Later they begin to speak (Krashen, 1992).
Link numbers and words in a playful way
(Dryden & Rose, 1995)."The more you link, the more you learn" (Vos, 1997). Anything can be linked when learning a second language, including numbers and new vocabulary words
It is extremely important for the children to hear a genuine Spanish accent. Froggin employs native-Spanish speaking teachers who use perfect grammar, phonetics and pronunciation.
We create a friendly and respectful atmosphere in class so children can interact to each other. The number of students per teacher is no more than 8 per class, this personalized approach is a key factor in our methodology