Language Delay is a Myth, Here’s Why

There is a common myth surrounding early language acquisition that suggests that if a child does not speak by a certain age, they may be experiencing a language delay. However, this is not always the case. In this blog post, we'll explore the…

Bonjour! Do you speak French?

Learning another language has never been so much fun at Language Kids World. Our philosophy of education prioritizes a child-centered and experienced-based approach where the children learn best through active engagement and a whole lot of laughter.…

How to Prepare for Language Summer Camp

Sending your child to a language summer camp is a great way to help them develop their language skills while having fun in a supportive, immersive environment. Language summer camps offer a unique opportunity for children to learn a new language,…

How is Mother’s Day Celebrated Around the World?

Mother's Day is an annual holiday that celebrates and honors mothers and mother figures for their love, care, and sacrifices. It is a special day to recognize and appreciate the hard work and dedication of mothers, grandmothers, stepmothers,…
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Watch Vanessa Simpson on Spectrum News!

Vanessa Simpson, the owner and director of Language Kids, touches on the value of learning another language in early childhood. Interested in the way she thinks? Check out our Philosophy of Education.
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Cinco de Mayo! Have your own celebration

Cinco de Mayo is a holiday that is celebrated on May 5th every year. It is a day that is celebrated in Mexico and in many parts of the United States. But do you know what Cinco de Mayo is all about? In this post, we'll explore the history of…
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How are Children Celebrated Around the World? Children’s Day in Latin America

Children's Day is an important holiday celebrated in Latin America, where it is known as "Día del Niño" or "Día de los Niños". This day is dedicated to celebrating the well-being, happiness, and rights of children. When is Children's Day…

What is Targeted Play?

In today's globalized world, learning a foreign language is becoming increasingly important. Whether it is for work, travel, or personal enrichment, being able to communicate in another language can open up a world of opportunities. But learning…
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Top 10 Reasons Why Parents Should Send Their Kids to Summer Camp This Year

Summer camp is an incredible experience that can have a lasting impact on a child's life. It's a chance for kids to learn new skills, make lifelong friends, and create unforgettable memories. As summer approaches, it's time to start thinking…
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Children, Poetry, and Language

Poetry and language are inextricably linked. From the earliest days of human civilization, poets have used language to create works of beauty, meaning, and power. Whether through the careful use of metaphor and imagery, the musicality of rhyme…
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National Poetry Month: Unleashing the Magic of Words

What is National Poetry Month? National Poetry Month was created to celebrate poetry and its role in American culture. It was set up in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting American poets…
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Cultural Education: Fun and Educational Craft Ideas

What is Cultural Education? Why combine that with crafts? Cultural education is an important aspect of a child's development that helps them to learn about different cultures, traditions, and values. It is important for young children to understand…
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The Power of Cultural Education: Shaping the Future Generation

The Power of Cultural Education: Shaping the Future Generation  Cultural education is essential for teaching children and young adults to appreciate diversity and value differences. It has the potential to shape the future generation by fostering…
What is Juneteenth and why it is important

What is Juneteenth and why it is important

What does Juneteenth celebrate? Juneteenth celebrates the end of slavery in the United States, which took place in June 19th, 1865. On this day, General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, TX. He was the first to announce the defeat of the…