At Lango your child will learn a new language, make developmental strides, explore other cultures and make friends. Our highly engaging language classes use music, games, art, and stories to teach kids new languages. We offer Spanish, French, and Mandarin Chinese classes at convenient locations throughout Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Upland, Montclair and Claremont!
Lango promotes early childhood foreign language learning. Our classes are geared for children ages 18 months to 10 years old.
2013 SUMMER CAMPS IN ONTARIO: Summer camps for Spanish and Mandarin will be hosted at San Antonio School in Upland. Camps are ideal for children ages 3-10 with a choice of a half-day camp 9am-12pm or a full-daycamp 9am-2pm. *exteded care available upon request. See the Summer Camp tab for more information.
Lango Cucamonga will continue to offer Spanish, French AND Mandarin classes in the coming school year. We welcome new students throughout the session! Classes are offered at schools and at community retail locations. Most classes are open to the public but some school locations are closed to non-students (special permission to attend may be granted by school administrators).
Only 5 students are needed to begin a class in your area. Tell your preschool directors, school administrators, PTA leaders, church groups and mom's clubs about us and we can bring Lango to you!
The first class of a session ("trial class") is always free and prospective families are welcome to visit a class at any time during a session for free.
See Lango promo videos at: www.youtube.com/langokids
Come check us out on Facebook. Go to: www.facebook.com/LangoRanchoCucamonga Fb page to "like" our program.
“Given the appropriate environment, two languages are as normal as two lungs” (Cook 2002:23).
is not even necessary to have perfect fluency in every language you
learn to reap the benefits. The benefits of multiple languages are
well-documented. Multilingual children and adults have been proven to:
- learn more rapidly in their native language, e.g. to read, regardless of race, gender, or academic level
- be better able to deal with distractions, which delays onset of Alzheimer's
- have a better ear for listening and sharper memories;
- develop better spatial abilities
- display greater cognitive flexibility, better problem solving and higher-order thinking skills;
- see their own culture from a new perspective, enabling the comparison of cultural concepts
- better understand people of other countries, thereby lessening racism and intolerance
- learn further languages more quickly
say nothing of the social and employment advantages of being bilingual –
offering the student the ability to communicate with people s/he would
otherwise not have the chance to interact with, and increasing job opportunities