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425-420-2854

info@fl4y.org

PO Box 1673

Edmonds, WA 98020

7:00 - 5:00

Monday - Friday

425-420-2854

info@fl4y.org

PO Box 1673

Edmonds, WA 98020

07:30 - 17:00

Monday to Friday

425-420-2854

info@fl4y.org

PO Box 1673

Edmonds, WA 98020

7:00 - 5:00

Monday - Friday

425-420-2854

info@fl4y.org

PO Box 1673

Edmonds, WA 98020

07:30 - 17:00

Monday to Friday

FLY Parents

Unless specifically requested by your FLY Teacher, FLY encourages parents to participate in the classroom only on planned Presentation Days.

How can I help my FLY student succeed?

FLY classes expose early learners to the basics of a new language. True fluency takes years of study and immersion in a language. Repetition, exposure, and interest are key components of language learning. To continue your student’s language development at home, we recommend having your student repeat vocabulary and dialogue aloud from a lesson they have studied in class. Using the “sounds like” section in your student’s FLY book and sounding out the vocabulary words with your student outside of class will help reinforce repetition.

Each lesson has about ten vocabulary words, a question-response dialogue, and several action words; you can try incorporating these words into your student’s daily life. As students are exposed to a new language, their ability to recognize and understand that language becomes stronger.

You could also help expose your student to their new language by: finding picture books at the library, going to a local cultural event, visiting restaurants, or purchasing a FLY CD or FLY Young Author book. Keep your student interested in language learning by continuing to encourage them to try out their language in different situations or have them keep a log of new words and phrases

FLY Parent Resources