The Language Project was established on the belief that learning languages is a life skill within every child's reach.


TLP firmly believes that bilingualism is an essential skill in today’s world and will continue to be imperative in the future.


Enthusiasm, professionalism, and high personal standard are just a few of the traits that set TLP's team of teachers apart.


Early childhood is the best time for language acquisition as children can acquire native-like fluency as easily as they learned to walk.

Why Learn Early?

We established The Language Project on the belief that all languages should be within every child’s reach. Bilingualism is an essential skill in today’s world and will continue to be an imperative in the future.

TLP prepares students nationwide with their innovative play-based methodology, creating a relaxed and fun environment where students acquire a new language in an easy and fun way: through games, songs and stories, as well as individual and collective activities.

TLP-Kids is a professional team concerned with the education of our children. Enthusiasm, professionalism, and great pride in their work are just a few of the characteristics that make our team of teachers stand out.

Multiple Benefits

  • Show higher cognitive performance in overall basic skills in elementary school.
  • Exhibit better problem solving skills, enhanced spatial relations and heightened creativity.
  • Develop native like pronunciation
  • Perform strongly in school & on standardized tests
  • Gain an appreciation for other cultures

Where Full Immersion is Fully Fun!

Our Methodology

The Language Project’s Proven Research Driven Methodology is based on the Natural Approach with play-based activities. That means children learn language much like how they got their first one: through the principles of experience, discovery and play.

Our curriculum begins with children as young as 2 years of age and takes them on a linguistic adventure through preschool, elementary school and middle school.

Multiple Levels, Rich Lessons.

Each level, which encompasses 30 lessons over an academic year, has a thoroughly developed curriculum including linguistic themes, sensory experiences, games, music, drama, stories and more. Each activity is designed to develop linguistic comprehension and production skills, creating a linguistic ladder. No vocabulary or linguistic form is ever left behind in this method. All language is used in context and builds upon itself. One cannot advance in language without relying on a firm foundation every step of the way.

Second language development using this methodology promotes critical thinking, curiosity, creativity and problem solving skills. Research confirms brain development is enhanced by second language learning in early childhood as by stimulating new neural growth and connections among neurons.1

Methodology Support Articles

The following methodology support articles and research papers can help you to understand second language learning and our methodology. All our teaching practices are research-based and effects-driven.
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