1. ¡Feliz Navidad! Our Language Immersion School Highlights Holiday Activities For Spanish Learners

    As the holiday season comes into full swing, many families are looking forward to celebrating time with loved ones. If you are in the process of introducing a second language to your child, this time provides numerous opportunities to plan for activities that increase language fluency and increase cultural awareness. Parents across Texas that plan on introducing multilingual activities into their …Read More

  2. Our Immersion Preschool Highlights The Three Biggest Benefits Of Language Learning

    Learning a second language is one skill that many adults wish they had. In most cases, citizens interviewed will cite “not learning a second language” as one of their biggest regrets. You may feel that it is too late in your life for you to begin learning a new language, but keep in mind that this process is well worth the effort. The same can be said for your preschooler who is at a stage whe…Read More

  3. Need A Summer Day Care? Try Our Language Immersion Preschool In Houston!

    As the summer season is nearly upon us, many parents are looking for fun and productive activities for their kids. Whether it’s out of necessity or for an enriching activity, children between the ages of four and 12 can take on a fun and challenging language summer with Crossing Borders Preschool. We proudly provide proven language immersion programs to Houston families for more than 12 years, r…Read More

  4. The Ease Of Mastering New Languages With Your Texas Immersion Preschool

    Learning a new language is a process that takes hard work and dedication in order to master. Taking three years of Spanish in high school may have given you a knowledge of basic terms, yet the lack of dedication to speaking the new language has created lapses in memory and struggles with areas such as cognitives and syntax. If you are looking for a day care center for your little one that is also …Read More

  5. Encouraging Creativity With Our Bilingual Preschool Part 2

    The modern world is smaller than ever before, with businesses and individuals interacting across borders worldwide with the goal of communicating effectively. In this multilingual society, speaking more languages is a surefire tool for laying the groundwork for a lifetime of education and productivity. Being bilingual is very useful, yet it can also promote more creativity for children in the mids…Read More

  6. Tips To Help Your Child Learn A Second Language

    Today’s modern society places a major emphasis on the versatility and value of speaking two or more languages. Being bilingual has proven benefits when it comes to listening, communicating, learning, and more. A majority of adults today who cannot speak another language express a strong desire to do so, in order to open new doors for the future. While adults can definitely learn a new language, …Read More

  7. Comparing French And English Languages With Your Immersion Preschool Part 1

    Learning a new language can be one of the most productive skills that you acquire in your lifetime. From gaining employment as a highly sought after professional to expanding your horizons, a second language can prove to be very beneficial. One way to set the pace for learning a spoken language is to enroll your child in a language immersion preschool. Crossing Borders Preschool is proud to be you…Read More

  8. The First Sign Language You Can Teach Your Child

    Sign language is one of the languages taught in our language immersion school here in Houston. With nearly a half of a million people in the United States using the language for communication, it can be an important language to learn. It can benefit children in other ways, as well. It has the same benefits that other bilingualism does; it increases abstract thinking skills, makes children more cre…Read More

  9. How to Expose Your Children to Different Cultures

    Teaching children from a young age about cultural diversity can pay off in a big way throughout their life. It gives them an awareness of the world around them, exposes them to different languages and ideas, makes them more grateful, and it can even help them become more adaptive to changes. Children who learn more about other cultures and the way other people live can become more compassionate an…Read More