This is a special FREE online class presented by KidPass Live Stage (https://kidp.as/live). KidPass Live Stage is a free livestream series that is open for the community and showcases many of the incredible classes and instructors on KidPass.
If you fully embraced Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle, how about learning about it in Spanish?
-learn the importance of recycling
-learn how to separate their recycling materials at home
-Spanish words related to recyclable materials: "Papel", "vidrio", "metal" and more
-Make their own recycling labels to identify better how to dispose of waste
Note that as a KidPass Live Stage performance, this class and your participation may be posted on KidPass social media. Since it is formatted for a large audience, there will be limited instructor interaction. If you enjoy the class, please visit the instructor's KidPass page where you can find other class offerings and formats including small-group, interactive classes. Learn more about KidPass Live Stage at http://kidp.as/live.
When to arrive:
-Paper (Preferably one-side used paper, to reuse it in the activity) -Pencil or markers -Crayons
24 hours in advance
Upcoming Schedule for "Reduce, reutiliza y recicla": The 3 R's of Recycling, in Spanish - KidPass Live Stage
At Toc Toc, they believe in the learning of Spanish the way we learn our first language: through games, music, having fun and getting fascinated by the sound of words. Kids learn without even realizing it!
Their program is best for 0-36 month old babies and toddlers. Older siblings are welcome to come as well!
In all Toc Toc classes:
•It's the perfect opportunity to expose your baby to a second language right when the 'language learning window' opens.
•They make sure children in our classes have a great time.
•Accompanied by parents or caregivers, children start learning Spanish through a variety of activities such as singing simple, rhythmic songs and dance, run, spin and jump around the room!
•Get ready to immerse yourself, too, as they speak in Spanish the entire class! No previous knowledge of Spanish is required.
•Babies and toddlers share class to develop social skills. You can’t imagine how well a young child learns from an older child and how patient the older child can be with the younger ones.
•Their teachers work with the accompanying adults, teaching them age-appropriate games and activities so that they can reinforce learning at home.