Celebrating Love and Friendship: Valentine’s Day in Latin America

Valentine’s Day, a day steeped in the tradition of celebrating love and affection towards partners and friends, is observed with much enthusiasm across the globe. In Latin America, this day, known as “Día de San Valentín” or the Day of Love and Friendship, takes on a unique and vibrant character that mirrors the region’s rich…

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The Ultimate Spanish Camp Experience for Kids

As we gear up for another vibrant summer, the anticipation for this year’s Spanish camp is palpable. Reflecting on the unforgettable journey last summer, where we witnessed children transforming from timid beginners to confident Spanish speakers, it’s clear why our camp is a beacon for holistic child development. This year, we’re elevating the experience further,…

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Our New Associate Director, Kathryn Lopez

Hello there! I’m Kathryn Lopez, and I am absolutely thrilled to embark on this exciting journey as the new Associate Director of Adventures in Spanish. Joining this dynamic team feels like a dream come true, and I am eager to dive into my role and contribute to the vibrant world of language education. As the…

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Easing Kids Back into the School Routine: A Guide for Parents and Teachers

With the unexpected snow days, parents and teachers alike may find themselves faced with the challenge of helping children transition from the carefree, no-school days to the structured routines of the academic day. In this blog post, we’ll explore practical strategies to ease kids back into the school routine, focusing on setting firm boundaries and…

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New Year’s Eve Superstitions in Hispanic Culture

As the new year approaches, I have completely “gutted” my home to start with a clean space (So. Much. Dust). I’ve created a vision board, made my goals, and planned ahead. This is my own way of bringing in blessings for the upcoming year. But as the clock ticks toward midnight on New Year’s Eve,…

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Top Things to Know about Día de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a vibrant and culturally rich Mexican holiday that has captured the fascination of people around the world. Contrary to its name, this celebration is not a morbid or sad occasion. Instead, it is a colorful and lively tribute to the memories of those who…

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Horchata: Its History & Recipe

¡Hola! We are reaching the beginning of October and it is incredible how fast time is going! But we are so excited to be back in schools teaching, as well as starting brand new programs, such as our Mini Camp Saturdays.    If you don’t know much about our program and what we do, we…

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Top 3 reasons your kid will love attending Spanish Camp

As a parent, you want your child to have a magical  childhood. That might mean finding the best summer camp for your kids!  Since there are so many to choose from,  you might be overwhelmed! Take a minute to read our top 3 reasons why your child will benefit from and love attending Spanish Camp!…

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