KSS Immersion Preschool Walnut CreekCommunity Subscriber
Walnut Creek, CA
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- Previously called Kids into Speaking Spanish prior to 2020
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KSS Immersion School of Walnut Creek, aka Kids Speaking Spanish, is the first true Spanish immersion preschool program in Walnut Creek and the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 2000, hundreds of families have experienced the benefits of our program which include an incredibly warm and nurturing native Spanish-speaking teaching staff, and a solid curriculum that balances child-centered play, with thematic structure to aid in language acquisition and academic preparedness. Research shows that children that experience bilingualism at an early age have increased cognitive, social, and academic ability. Plus, after attending KSS they can speak Spanish!
Archived Q&A and Reviews
Does anyone have any experience/feedback with ''Kids Into Speaking Spanish'' preschool in Walnut Creek (or the former location in Lafayette)? I can't find anything on BPN and am interested to learn from a parents perspective. Thanks. anon
KISS is a wonderful program that I will recommend to anyone who is serious about having their child learn Spanish. From day one, the children are immersed in Spanish and will understand quite a bit before they can actually speak it. The teachers are all native Spanish speakers from various Latin American countries. My son has attended KISS since he turned two and will continue in the after-school Spanish program next fall when he is in Kindergarten. If you have specific questions, please feel free to contact me. martha
KISS (Kids Into Speaking Spanish) is a FABULOUS program. My child has been attending for 3 years and is fluent in Spanish (he just turned 5). I am amazed. My child knows I no longer understand him (my Spanish is limited to a few key words) and he loves that (me too). Great kids, dedicated teachers, happy atmosphere. They learn all the stuff one learns in pre-school (colors, numbers, how to get along with one another), it just happens to be in Spanish. No issues on learning English (like my father feared), he does better than fine in both languages. It is an education your child will have forever. Highly recommended. Good luck in the decision process. sb