Studies by Harvard University confirm that the creativity, critical thinking skills, and flexibility of the mind are significantly enhanced if children learn a second language at a younger age. Preschool years, especially the first three years of life, are believed to be a vital period in a child’s life. This is when the foundations for attitudes, thinking, and learning, among others, are laid down.

“This means that children have a natural ability to learn, which is developed during the first 3-4 years of their life.”

Using that ability is much encouraged because, according to research, learning a second language is as easy as learning the first. It may sound like a huge burden, but, in fact, it’s not.

The human brain is a wonderful thing. From the moment we are born, we learn by six main ways, by:

  • Sight
  • Taste
  • Smell
  • Sound
  • Touch
  • Doing

“Bilingual children that learn a second language from an early age sound like a native in both.”

EDUC@TIONAL DYNAMICS, based on their knowledge of the international bibliography and having experience in the ability of learning at young age, offers Kindergarten courses which address children 4-6 years old. From the tender age of 4 they learn the English language in the same way they have learnt their native language. Our interactive programmes combined with up-to-date teaching methodologies and techniques make their lessons enjoyable and creative.

Learning tasks include phonics, role-play, story telling, singing, dancing, drawing, handcrafting, reading and writing.

They learn how to cooperate with their classmates through pair-work tasks and other enjoyable shared activities. Being exclusively exposed to L2 they start communicating in English from the first few weeks.

On completion of the 2nd year (KG-B) they start the next cycle of courses.