School aged students (5 to 13 years old)

Wherever your school age child is on their journey to multilingualism our curriculum can easily be customized to meet their needs. To Spanish & Beyond has developed a program with 25+ learning units that can be adjusted by our professional instructors to include grade school content and create an individual journey for your child.

1- Curriculum

Our program is designed to be highly customizable and is focused on creating a journey toward multilingualism. The high-level curriculum will be:

  • Content

    1. Develop conversational skills
    2. Express feelings in writing form
    3. Read in Spanish
    4. Write sentences in different verb tenses (Simple Present, Simple Past, Simple Future, etc.)
    5. Learn cultural aspects of Latin America

*Please note each student will have a customized program according to their age and some students may not be able to perform all activities in the curriculum right away. According to their background, some students will have to start at the basic level curriculum.

2- Expected Activities

Students will develop their skills through different fun, interactive, and sensory activities such as:

  • Activities

    1. Games
    2. 1:1 day to day conversation in Spanish
    3. Dancing
    4. Writing
    5. Movies
    6. Singing
    7. Drawing

3- Benefits

The students who participate in our school aged program have shown improved development in the following areas:

  • Benefits

    1. Confidence in Spanish speaking
    2. Exposure to new culture
    3. Take advantage of socialization opportunities through our FREE group classes**
    4. Pronunciation of sounds unique to Spanish language

**Free group classes are only available with membership packages

4- Parent Involvement

Limited parent involvement may be needed for tech support, but involvement is not needed during regular instruction.

5- Monthly Check-ins

Monthly check-ins are good opportunities for the following conversations:

  • Check-ins

    1. Discuss opportunities for activities outside of the classroom such as Spanish language movies and songs to complement learnings from lessons
    2. Discuss upcoming activities and supplies that may be required
    3. Demonstrate progress to family members
    4. Adjust program according to progress
    5. Share teacher’s evaluation on progress to date