Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why should my kids learn a foreign language at such a young age?
Attaining language fluency is a long-term process that varies among individuals. Several
factors affect how fluent an individual can become with the language. These factors include
(1) how much exposure to the foreign language does the child receive outside of the
classroom, (2) the child’s age, (3) the learning pace of the child, and (4) overall skill level of
the child. For more information, visit the Classes page.
activity sheets and audio files to these sheets that are provided each week. When students
are having difficulties learning the material and the families are spending some time at home
reinforcing the material, we recommend that families use resources to supplement class
instruction such as music, audio books, DVDs to help students get more comfortable with the
first stage of learning a language, listening. Once the student feels more comfortable with
this stage, he or she may be ready to move onto to the understanding and speaking. Every
student’s situation is different and can be addressed on a case by case basis. For more
information on resources to supplement the language learning at home, visit the Family
announce that we now provide afternoon classes in the Towson location. Please visit our
schedule or sign up for our quarterly program updates for updated information on our future
parent/toddler class is $173 plus a $20 annual registration fee. The tuition for the kids only
class is $200 plus a $20 annual registration fee. For classes twice a week, the tuition for
kids only classes is $368 plus a $20 annual registration fee. See Classes for more
Visit policies to learn about our refund policy.
culture with children. In many cases, they have teaching backgrounds either in their native
countries or in the United States. They all have experience in working with children and have
had Maryland and FBI Criminal Background Checks. Find out more about our teachers.
It is our mission to teach children age-appropriate fundamentals of a foreign language in a
fun, safe, and nurturing group environment. By using kid-friendly visual and musical
materials, children can learn a new language and culture in a way that does not involve
memorization. Typical activities include songs, storybooks, arts and crafts, puppets, and
expectations for students. We encourage families to talk with their students regarding our
expectations so that the learning experience is a positive one for all of our students.
Students that are unable to follow classroom expectations after several warnings and
consultations with the family may be asked to leave our program.
11. What are the goals of the class?
families receive at the start of a new session.
13. Will other languages be added?
email@example.com. Other languages may be added in the future.
14. Can I purchase a gift card for someone?
Yes, e-gift cards can now be purchased with a minimum amount of $25. Please visit
the Give the Gift of a Language page for more information.
15. What opportunities are there to study abroad?
The FunAbroad program provides students and their families with the opportunity to immerse
themselves in the foreign language they are learning and the country's culture. The
FunAbroad Costa Rica program is a week long learning adventure for FwFL students
and their families in Costa Rica. FunAbroad programs in other Spanish speaking
countries as well as to China are also being developed.
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