Bilingualism is firstly used as a tool for experimentation and discovery for the children.

A new language with its different sound and the specific culture represents a real opportunity to learn the difference.

Repeated on a regular basis, it develops a child’s ability to listen and adapt.

A gentle immersion

It is not a question of learning to perform but a natural awareness of a variety of sounds and different behaviors carried by native English speakers.

The discovery of the other language is done very naturally at an age when the child is particularly receptive and is reachable by children without any experience of the English language.

An asset for the child’s future

The early interaction with English will allow children to lose any hesitation regarding a language that they will find later in their school or workplace.

Beyond its primary purpose as an early learning tool, bilingualism will give children an important asset for the rest of their lives, while opening them to learning other skills more easily.