What You'll Get
A Chat with Beibei Amigos Language Preschool 学校
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We teach your child global languages, giving them advantages and skills that no other children possess. They will be become fluent in the world’s most spoken languages, Mandarin and Spanish
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Your child only needs to bring a lunch and change of clothes. For toddlers, diapers, wipes, and extra clothes,
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
My son was born, and I thought about what I could give him so that he would have an advantage in the future. What could I teach him so that he will be successful? Research shows that our brains hardwire for language from birth to seven years old to have native fluency.
What do you love most about your job?
Watching our children grow and learn languages effortlessly and quickly.
The Fine Print
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About BeiBei Amigos Language School
The advantages of learning another language are seemingly endless to the staff at BeiBei Amigos Language School. During camps and classes, instructors equip their students with the tools to communicate by conducting sessions completely in the target tongue, whether they are telling a story, leading a science experiment, or demonstrating how to get out of a go-kart traffic ticket. On top of the lessons, the teachers also espouse the pluses of new-language acquisition for youngsters. The top ten benefits include increased social activity, critical-thinking skills, and mind flexibility. Parents of children in BeiBei’s programs agree—one mother of an enrolled preschooler has recounted the story of her daughter teaching her dolls how to count in Mandarin.