Spanish School and Dance Classes

It seems like summer will never end, but we’ve torn off another sheet on the calendar and planners are starting to plan for the Fall.

Here are a couple options for kids from Wallyhood sponsors. Manuela Slye from Cometa Playschool on Stone Way writes:

CometaAd-300x300Bienvenidos! We are currently enrolling for the 2014-2015 school year. Our unique approach and innovative curriculum encompasses early learning and second language acquisition in a fun, stimulating environment. We have created a beautiful space for children to learn about themselves, their community and the world we live in.

Our native speaker instructors have a passion for their profession, are CPR and First Aid Certified and trained in Positive Discipline. We incorporate music, art, math and science to foster children’s natural curiosity and imagination while providing them with the opportunity to learn a second language.

Come see us! For more information or to schedule a tour please visit www.cometaseattle.com or email [email protected]

And Vivian Little of Dance Fremont writes:

dance-fremontDance Fremont! is now accepting registration for their 2014-15 school year program.

Dance Fremont! inspires a life-long love of dance in each student. The dance instructors are experienced professionals who are innovative, motivational and caring, and believe that every student can enjoy the spirit and soul of dance, regardless of body structure or image. A whole child approach permeates this dance school which has created a family atmosphere full of joy and creativity. Dance Fremont! is a place for children from ages 3-18 years to grow and learn in dance, and along the way they will feel part of something very unique and special. Please join us for a remarkable journey. Visit www.dancefremont.com for more information.

  1. JC said,

    Cometa is on Stone Way. The Exploration Academy is the one in Wallingford Center.

    Mon, August 11 at 12:52 pm
  2. Lena said,

    My son has loved Cometa. The staff are very sweet and they seem to have really infused my little one with an interest in learning Spanish. Now every new word he hears in English is followed by him saying “What’s that in Spanish?”

    Fri, August 15 at 11:39 am

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