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Say buongiorno to a creative way to learn Italian
We’re a little bit jealous of how easily children pick up a second language. Not only can they absorb new words faster than you can say arrivederci, but learning a language will also enhance their brain development.
So how do you get kids excited about learning a language? By making it fun, of course. At Minitalia, your little ragazzo or ragazza will participate in term-long workshops designed to teach Italian through song, play, crafts and movement. Classes start from $25, and term-long bookings are available now.
Glen Iris Road Uniting Church & Community Centre
200 Glen Iris Rd