These are non-credit or “recreational” classes offered to all ages regardless of residence. Some of these classes may provide a good introduction into an area for older homeschoolers. Continue reading
The following article is from the Office of Educational Research and Improvement which is part of the Department of Education.
Much media attention has recently been focused on the importance of early learning experiences on brain development. Newsweek devoted a special edition to the critical first 3 years of a child’s life and indicated that there is a “window of opportunity” for second language learning starting at 1 year of age. A February 1997 article in Time magazine suggested that foreign languages should be taught to children as early as possible. With so many demands already placed on children, parents might ask: Is it important that my child learns a second language at a young age? Why? What options are available? Continue reading