Language classes for adults now offered ! In-person or video-skype group classes


our classes ( RVA and counties)

Ages 3-6- Level A & B

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 Preschoolers will learn French, Italian, ESL or Spanish languages through thematic lessons. that will be taught through activities such as songs, art, theater, dance, children's stories and vocabulary in general. 

Your child’s brain becomes accustomed to the sounds and rhythm of the language as it is actually spoken. From an adult’s perspective, this speech may seem too rapid to process. However, the brain of an adult and the brain of a young child are capable of completely different things. For a young child, listening and observing interactive conversations allows them to hear the sounds of Spanish in a social and emotional context. Conversations include lots of repetition, rhythm, rhyme and musicality, so that children can easily identify distinct sounds as they listen and interact with the teacher and the puppets.

Each session consists of 12 classes.

Writing and reading skills in native language required in order to move to Level 1 conversation or Academic

Level 1 Exploratory/conversation

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 Welcome to Spanish/French 1 Exploratory !

This is an Exploratory class. During our time together, students will acquire basic Spanish vocabulary, grammar, and culture. They will start build fundamental communication skills like listening, speaking, reading, and writing in a new language.

Our activities will range from quiet independent work to cheering, chanting, singing, and dancing, from individual thought to pair and group collaboration. 

Students will pass to the next level only after successfully completing this level. Continuous attendance is necessary to complete this level.

 Each session consists of 12 classes. 

Level 1 Academic

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 Following the National Standards for Foreign Language Learning the objectives for Level 1, elementary-level, Spanish/French language . areas of acquisition: 

  • Introduce themselves to others
  • Give and request personal information, such as name, age, nationality, and profession.
  • Describe themselves or others, giving information about their personality, family relationships, interests, and hobbies.
  • Talk about travel and vacation, and ask questions about transportation and accommodation.
  • Talk about shopping and stores, ask for the price of a product or service, and describe and value products, such as clothes and accessories.

 Each session consists of 12 classes. 

3 to 4 sessions needed to successfuly pass to next level

Level 2 Exploratory /conversation

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Welcome to Spanish/French 2 Exploratory !

This is a continuation of Spanish /French 1 Exploratory class. During our time together, students will broaden their basic Spanish vocabulary, grammar, and culture. They will continue to build fundamental communication skills like listening, speaking, reading, and writing in a new language.

Our activities will range from quiet independent work to conversation. Individual thought to pair and group collaboration. 

Students will pass to the next level only after successfully completing this level. Continuous attendance is necessary to complete this level.

 Each session consists of 12 classes. 

3 to 4 sessions needed to successfuly pass to next level

Level 2 Academic

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 Following the National Standards for Foreign Language Learning the objectives for Level 2, elementary-level, Spanish/French language . areas of acquisition: 

 

  • Talk about health, food, sports, and physical activities, identify body parts, describe good and bad health habits, and give suggestions for a healthy life.
  • Talk about likes, dislikes, and preferences, talk about existence and location of places, express agreement and disagreement, express need and obligation, make recommendations and give advice, and talk about frequency and quantity.
  • Grasp the main idea of and get some additional information from authentic written and oral texts focused on everyday topics. Students will develop listening and reading strategies, such as predicting content, recognizing cognates, guessing meaning from context, and using a bilingual dictionary.
  • Write short texts dealing with everyday topics, such as a personal ad, a letter describing themselves, a note for a friend, or an email requesting basic information. Students will develop writing strategies to organize their information and ideas, connect their sentences, review their language use, and edit their own and other students’ work for content and organization.

 Each session consists of 12 classes. 

3 to 4 sessions needed to successfuly pass to next level

Private and semi Private classes

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Come get extra help completing language homework, projects or ask clarification about content(French or Spanish).

Contact us before registering for Private and Semi Private classes.

our classes (DMV- Maryland/Dc/Northern VA)

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important policies

Payment and Refund Policy

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 Payment Policy

1. At this time, we accept credit cards, cash or check.

2. Payment must be done to confirm spot in the class.

3. All payments are expected no later than 14 days before the start of a new session
A processing fee of 3.1 % will apply to all the credit cards payment through PayPal.

Mailing address for check payment: 

ENB Languages 4 Kidz- 3141 Parkwood Avenue, RVA 23221


Refund Policy


1. In other to get your refund, you must inform us at least 7 days before the first day of class. Therefore, allowing us to open the spot to another child. Please note that refunds will not be issued for late cancellation.

2. When a group is full and closed, we will have to turn down other children. We are asking you to please consider this fact before submitting a late cancellation.

3. Tuition are not transferable to another session nor student.

4. Being a group class priced at a group rate, individual make ups are NOT available. Please check your schedule before signing up.

5. In case of a teacher absence or snow day, the school will reschedule the class or add 15-30 to some of the remaining classes to make up the missing class(es).


Attendance Policy

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Attendance Policy

1. Students are expected to attend class, and will be charged tuition for the class whether they attend or not.

2. Please note that one hour of class is 55 minutes long.

3. Email us if your child will be absent

4. Inform the teacher in person or email the school if someone other than yourself will pick up your child(ren). Make sure to give us the full name of the person picking up the child, and let us know if your child knows them. We will give you two numbers to contact in case a last minute pick up change.

5. Please sign the check in and check out log located in the front of the classroom

Additional information

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Communication with parent(s)

1. Every Saturday after class you will be emailed supporting videos and songs related to the day’s lesson.

2. We love to post videos and pictures of each interactions/activities in our class. These videos /pictures are only posted on ENB Facebook, and sometimes used for ENB’s promotional flyer/short videos. We will email you a form in which we will ask your permission  to film or take pictures of your child(ren).

3. We will contact you if we have any questions or concerns in regards to your child in class.

4. We will send you an email in case a class is cancelled due to snow days, bad weather, building issues, or any other reasons. Every class cancelled will be reschedule within the session.

Additional expectations

1. Make sure your child is able to be in class without a parent or family member. Parents are not allowed in class, in order to facilitate the teacher’s role as the authority figure. Parents are welcome to wait in the sitting area outside the classrooms.

2. Every child must be toilet trained, and bring a snack or drink if possible.

3. If your child is sick, please keep him/her home to avoid getting other children or the teacher ill.

4. Respecting the schedule is very important. Please make sure to arrive not earlier than 5 minutes before class, and promptly pick up your child at the end of class. Because classes are scheduled consecutively , teacher will not be able to supervise your child nor leave the room to open the main door while teaching the next group.

Payment for all sessions