Benefits of learning Spanish as a second language
Updated: Nov 9
Learning Spanish as a second language as a child is much easier because of the "sponge effect." A child's brain is constantly developing, especially when they are young. Exposing children to a new language helps them:
Quickly gain fluency and proficiency
Improves their bilingual success rate
Enhance the development of their brain
Improve memory and critical thinking skills
Expand understanding of English structure & vocabulary use
Gain a competitive advantage that endures until they enter the workforce.
Learning a foreign language improves creativity, problem-solving skills, planning, prioritizing, and decision-making. These skills can eventually enhance performance and results on standardized math, reading, and vocabulary tests. Bi-lingual students often score 100-200+ higher on SAT/ACT tests, so it is never too late to start investing in your child's future!
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