Languages at Language Stars

Language Stars offers programs for children ages 12 months to 10 years in 5 different languages.
Select a language below to learn more:
Spanish large-spain-flag The language of Spain and Latin America—and the second-most-spoken language in the United States—is Language Stars' most popular language class. Our Spanish teachers come from Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Spain, and other countries and are excited to share their rich cultures with our students.


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With more than one billion speakers worldwide, China's most popular dialect is Language Stars' fastest-growing class. Our Mandarin teachers come from mainland China and Taiwan and enjoy sharing their heritage and language.


French fr flag With 120 million speakers worldwide, French is one of the six official languages of the United Nations, one of the three official languages of the European Commission, and is spoken on every continent.


German germany-flag Germany, Austria, and Switzerland use a bold language with a proud heritage. We invite you to say "Guten Tag" in the language of philosophers and poets, monarchs and Mozart, Einstein and engineering.


Italian italian flag The language of Dante, Michelangelo, Leonardo, and countless other Renaissance figures can surely turn your little artista into a Renaissance Man or Woman, living "La Dolce Vita."


Arabic arabic flag Standard Arabic is the official language of over 20 countries with nearly 300 million native speakers. Standard Arabic is an official language of the United Nations and is also the 11th most spoken language in the United States.

 "Which Language is Right for My Child?"

The answer is entirely a matter of personal preference.  Language Stars parents often focus on a particular language to open opportunities for their children, to preserve family heritage, or to communicate with other members of the family. In selecting a language, you might also consider what kinds of opportunities exist to support a language. Do you have ready access to a French-speaking sitter? Does your local bookstore store carry movies and books in Spanish? Does your child's best friend also speak Mandarin?
The most important thing to know is that no language is easier to learn for your child than another language. Children below the age of 10 have a unique ability to absorb a foreign language like a sponge, and to build a foundation in a new language alongside their primary language. By learning from Language Stars' dynamic, native-speaking teachers, they will also absorb a foreign language with a native accent—something that grows more challenging as they enter adolescence and adulthood.