In today’s society being Bi-Lingual just makes sense. For our children it could possibly be the difference between saving a life or finding help when they need it. We never know what life will throw at us.
If you have never heard of TruFluency then you are in for a treat. TruFluency has taken a new approach to learning. They are focusing more on the speaking and listening (like we all have learned as a child) and less on the written aspect.
TruFluency has found some secrets to keeping your child on track and moving forward. They also have an array of schedules to meet your needs when you need them. It is geared so that the parents can participate and encourage them as well.
If your children (or child) are ages 4-17 years of age, then you have come to the right place. This Spanish program is geared towards children; how they learn and how to keep them motivated.
Which brings me to this fact; how often will your children actually use the language? If you weren’t already aware, Spanish is the second most used language in the U.S. (1st is English). In fact, besides English, there are 15 times more speakers of Spanish than any other language in the U.S. The odds of your child being able to use Spanish is much greater than any other language in America. If they travel outside the United States, the following countries all speak Spanish: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela. There are many Spanish speaking countries as you can see. If your child speaks Spanish, there is a good chance they will use it sometime and will have a greater chance of communicating with others around them.
An now for the icing on the cake. At TruFluency you will find real teachers on the other side of the screen, not a program. They are there to watch your child’s progress and give them the guidance they need when they need it, not when their curriculum says to. Your child needs to know it when it is time in their thought process, not earlier when they can’t comprehend it and certainly not after they already know it. The whole idea of having a teacher there is to turn on the light bulb in your child’s mind so that they learn as efficiently as possible.
Learning should be fun and exciting! You learn so much faster when you are able to interact with the word and with others. In fact, your child will learn without knowing they’re learning. The classrooms are held to a certain size so that everyone is a part. Your child will have interaction with others as well as the teacher. Failure isn’t even an option. Participation is what makes it so unique.
Putting It All Together
If you want your child to learn Spanish and you want them to learn as quickly as they can, I think you owe it to them to try it out. Here’s the link: TRUFLUENCY and to see their schedules, click here: SCHEDULES. When you see the smiles on their face, it will all be worth it!