Learning Spanish with children
Valencia. The upcoming Eastern holidays offer the whole family the chance to learn the Spanish language. A Spanish school in the centre of Valencia offers the perfect combination for a family holiday: language training for parents and introductory Spanish for children.
The parents attend an intensive Spanish course to learn in a short time as much as possible, while their children take part in interactive activities and games to learn Spanish. The school is officially recognized by the Institute Cervantes as a centre for Teaching Spanish as a Foreign language, thus the quality of the courses is guaranteed. The school offers a wide range of courses all year round together with a wide range of extra curricular activities.
While parents will study grammar in class, children will be intorduced to the Spanish language through games and funny activities: “the kids will learn the language without any difficulties. For them it will be like an adventure, not an obligation”, says Andreas Teßmer, manager of the language school Costa de Valencia.
In addition the school offers a rich cultural and social programme.Valencia has a lot to offer: the new biopark, the Ciudad de las artes y de las Ciencias, the Gulliver in the drained bed river of Valencia, the Plaza de Toros, the Fallas museum and much more. The Oceanografico, with its dolphins’ show and the Science museum are ideal for children.
With no doubts the beach is one of the the major attraction of Valencia , and not only for children. And to top it off, for all the football fans Real Madrid will play against Valencia C.F. on Easter’s week-end: what else could you ask?
Come to Valencia with the whole family, learning Spanish will be as easy as a pie.
COsta de Valencia, school of spanish for foreigners, organizes a wide range of spanish courses all year round.
Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 66 · E-46021 Valencia · Tel.: (+34) 96 361 03 67 · Fax: (+34) 96 393 60 49 · E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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