By the time a child turns 6, his or her brain has already reached 90% of its developmental potential. Froggin Learning Center's teachers use the years leading up to this deadline, helping kids fill their expanding minds with a second language instead of ideas for mud-based desserts. Not only do students absorb the second language better than adults, but the process of learning that language helps develop kids' creativity and intelligence.
Froggin's teaching methodology relies heavily on the work of two renowned child psychologists: Piaget and Gardner. They believed that a positive, stimulating environment, much like chalkboards made of candy bark, keeps children engaged and motivated. With a max of eight children per teacher, each classroom bustles with personal attention, games, music, and interpersonal activities designed to organically incorporate English or Spanish into speech.