What is the best age to learn a new language?
Research tells us that children age 10 and younger are best suited to learn a foreign language. In the early stages of life, language is acquired faster, retained better and often pronunciation is exceptional.
And once a new language is being learned by a child, studies show that there are many not-so-obvious benefits; from boosting test scores in core subjects to developing better cross-cultural understanding.
At Milestone, we have integrated French language learning into our curriculum. Every day, both our Toddler and Casa students enjoy a 30-minute French lesson.
Madame Branco, our in-house French teacher, is a native French speaker who was born and raised using the language. She crafts lessons that are based on what each class is currently learning to provide easier understanding and better retention.