New Year Brings Russian Classes for Kids at QACC
Posted on December 31st, 2012 by Sara Willy
There are plenty of research studies that show learning new languages as a child is much easier than as an adult, and there are positive benefits for kids who know more than one language. If you’d like to expand your child’s language abilities and enhance their dialogue with native speakers, the New Year brings new classes at the Queen Anne Community Center.
Starting next Saturday, January 5th, there’s a Russian language class at the QACC designed specifically for kids and led by a native Russian speaker. Classes are held each Saturday through the end of the month, 10am-noon each Saturday. Two additional courses are scheduled for February and March.
Ages 4-6 and 7-12 are welcome; the class is designed for all levels of students, from children who don’t know Russian at all to those who understand it but can only respond in English – and all children interested in learning Russian are welcome.
Each course is $70, register online with the following barcodes:
- January course: #97802
- February course: #97803
- March course: #97804
If you have any questions, contact the QACC at 206.386.4240 or the instructor, Leona, at 206.802.8370