Win A Full Year Enrollment at Language Stars

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Last summer, I wrote about my wish to be bilingual and introduced Language Stars – a foreign language program for children ages 1-10 – to my readers. The response was really eye-opening. So many of you shared how important exposing your child to a second (or third) language is to your family. I heard from many of you about the ways you are introducing a foreign language to your kids.

This made me think about how I can provide my children with a foundation for learning a second language. I have resources and family members who can help, but because I am not fluent in a second language I lack the confidence to really instill the basics. To me, registering my kids for an educational program that turns learning a second language into a fun adventure is appealing.

Language Stars

I am a strong advocate for teaching children through play, so their FunImmersion® method of instruction really speaks to me. You never want your child to feel like learning a second language is hard work. You instead want it to feel natural and integrated into your child’s activities. Children learn through music, hands-on activities and simply by being immersed in the sounds and rhythm of language.

If you are considering a program for your child, then I would check out Language Stars. It was voted “Best Foreign Language Instruction for Kids” by, Washington Family Magazine readers and has 7 locations in the DC/NoVA/MD area.

Enrollment for the 2014/15 school year is now open and if you register before June 11, 2014, you can save $100 off registration with their Early Bird Special. They have classes in Spanish, French, Mandarin, German, Italian and Arabic.

Also, make sure to enter their amazing giveaway for an entire academic year enrollment (nine months of one language at any DC LS center) for your child valued at $1,800.


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*I was compensated for sharing about Language Stars, but as always the thoughts and ideas are my own.


Nicole Dash is a writer, blogger and business owner who lives in the suburbs outside Washington, DC with her husband and four children. She started her career as a journalist and copy editor. She also managed public relations and corporate communications for a national franchise company, but in 2006 started a child care business. In 2012, she launched Tiny Steps Mommy, a lifestyle and parenting blog that quickly gained a following and connected her to an expansive group of women-owned businesses. In 2013, she started a digital marketing consulting business that focused on growing community in an authentic way. Through those connections she was inspired to open Play, Work or Dash, a coworking space that also offers onsite childcare up to three hours per day. It is where like-minded professionals pursue their business goals with the extra level of support parents desire; a place where you "bring your kids to work." She is an active member of the Washington, DC blogger community. She has been published on The Washington Post, Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, Mamalode and Pop Sugar.