Learn a language early! The Spanish Advantage Club preschool accepts children into an immersive curriculum as young as 3 years old.

Our Curriculum


Children will be taught the essentials in etiquette designed to encourage leadership skills, values, communication, and dining skills to prepare them for life.

Physical Activity

Children will be taught the importance of being active and healthy through daily physical activity that will promote wellness.

Arts and Crafts

Children will develop fine motor skills and earns through imagination and exploration. They will have the freedom to express themselves through painting, crafts, and drawing.


Curriculum designed to develop the children’s brain through movement, listening to songs, dances, singing, and musical games both in English and Spanish.

Reading and Writing

Designed for children to develop a love for reading and writing. We will learn letters and sounds, learn to read sight words, learn book and print awareness, practice fine motor skills, and develop fluency in both English and Spanish.


Lessons will be taught through interactive activities, learning games, songs, rhymes, and the use of manipulative’s. Children will get an understanding of counting, shapes, and basic math concepts.


T.S.A.C. Preschool is $200/ week and hours of operation are from 6:30-6:30 Monday through Friday

Call Us Today at 317-656-1757 to Join!

Benefits of Learning a Second Language in Early Childhood

Give Them a Head Start

Children who learn another language before age five use the same part of the brain to acquire that second language they use to learn their mother tongue. Younger learners are also uninhibited by the fear of making mistakes, which is sometimes an obstacle for older beginners.

Start Early, Stay Long!

The length of time a student is able to devote to learning a language has a direct and positive correlation to cognitive development. Longer sequences also provide the opportunity for learners to grow alongside the additional language and culture, developing a deeper connection as they mature.

Feed Their Brains

Research shows that learning a second language boosts problem-solving, critical-thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask. Children proficient in other languages also show signs of enhanced creativity and mental flexibility.

Boost Their Academic Achievement

The cognitive benefits of learning a language have a direct impact on a child’s academic achievement. Compared to those without an additional language, bilingual children have improved reading, writing, and math skills, and they generally score higher on standardized tests.

Nurture Their Curiosity, Cultural Sensitivity, Empathy, and Tolerance

Children who are exposed early to other languages display more positive attitudes to the cultures associated with those languages. The experience of learning a language introduces them to the world in ways they might otherwise have not experienced.

Don’t Hesitate: Go for Two… or Three

Contrary to popular belief, young children are not confused by the introduction of multiple languages at the same time. Not only do they naturally navigate multilingual environments, but acquiring a second language early in life primes the brain to learn multiple other languages, opening a world of opportunities for later on.

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