English for the youngest ones
At an early age, children learn foreign languages very easily. The reason is that just learning the language (whether native or foreign) is one of the sensitive period in which children go through during their development. Therefore, it is true that the earlier a child begins to learn a foreign language, the better and faster he/she learns. The earlier a child begins learning of a foreign language, the easier he/she will master and think in it without having to go through a difficult phase, „translation in the head "of what he wants to say or hear.
Learning a second language at an early age helps to develop the child's brain cells and his intelligence. Language learning at this age should not be a goal but rather a mean - the child focuses on games and various other activities, the language is only a supplementary means. The child connects the word directly to the object or activity they are performing.
Take advantage of this period and give your child a chance to master a foreign language.
English lessons are based on the Hippo and Friends method published by Cambridge University Press and established for this specific age group. Hippo and Friends are fun English courses based on the child's natural playfulness and natural acquisition of a foreign language in the same way as their mother language. Each lesson is accompanied by a friend Hippo, who brings children into the world of English and introduces them to his friends. They will have a lot of fun and adventures together.
An important element in our teaching of English is music, melody and rhythm. Catchy melodies of simple English songs of Hippo and Friends remain in the memory of young children for a long time. Children easily acquire vocabulary, grammar and rhythm of the language through the music.
We create an environment in which we communicate only in English when teaching. Lessons are based on very gentle loving approach to create a positive attitude towards a foreign language.
Intensive learning is complemented with physical activities and listening to CDs recorded by native English speakers. Daily listening helps to strengthen the knowledge acquired in the classroom. It also helps to understand and use a correct accent