Tours Available at Spanish for Fun! Cary Preschool
Spanish immersion program offers preschool, summer camp options
April 26, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Spanish for Fun! Cary encourages families to call for information and schedule a tour as they research summer camp and preschool options.
Tours are available for parents who want to know if the school is a right fit for their family. Parents can take a tour of the location so that they can meet the staff, check out the facilities and learn more about what makes the school special and successful.
Spanish for Fun! Cary uses a unique Spanish-immersion model designed to reinforce daily lessons that encourage everyday use of Spanish. Its programs develop cognitive, social/emotional, linguistic and motor skills in a nurturing and safe environment appropriate for infants and children of preschool age.
Its curriculum is play-based, letting students learn in a natural and fun way. Spanish for Fun! Cary’s staff recognizes how important play is to a child’s development. We follow the National Association for the Education of Young Children’s belief that, along with reducing stress and childhood obesity, play helps children to develop cognitive vocabulary acquisition and social skills.
What makes the program unique is its mix of Spanish immersion, international and early education creative curriculum paired with the school’s emotional development methods. The school’s bilingual teachers are trained in the latest acquisition teaching methods and work to cultivate relationships with parents through communicating with and involving them regularly.
Spanish for Fun! Cary is a five-star preschool program recognized for excellence by North Carolina educational regulatory officials.
“Spanish for Fun has been one of the best decisions that my wife and I have ever made,” said Jason Cassidy, a parent of a student at the school.
The school’s Spanish immersion summer camp operates similar to its preschool as children learn Spanish through numerous play-based activities like folklore, music, computer lessons and arts and crafts.
Spanish for Fun! Cary’s staff works under the leadership of director Cynthia De Amat, who started at the school as an assistant teacher in its toddler class in 2010. She found her passion in early childcare education as she obtained her needed credentials and is near to earning her early childhood development associate degree.
She has worked closely with her staff to achieve goals like obtaining the five-stars accreditation and supporting her team in continuing their education.