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Age of Learning Foundation Offers Solutions for Families in Costa Rica

Ministry of Public Education (MEP) in Costa Rica endorses the ABCmouse Aprende Ingles program for English language instruction throughout the country. Families can download the free app and start learning English today.

Starting May 25, 2021, all Costa Rican families will enjoy free access to ABCmouse Aprende Inglés, a comprehensive digital English language learning program for children ages 3 – 11. 

Available on computers, tablets, and smartphones, ABCmouse Aprende Inglés was created by Age of Learning, Inc., the same award-winning education company responsible for ABCmouse Early Learning Academy—the leading early learning program in the U.S. 

ABCmouse Aprende Inglés is now being offered at no cost throughout Costa Rica by the Age of Learning Foundation. Aligned to international language learning standards, ABCmouse Aprende Inglés is designed specifically to help Spanish-speaking children learn to speak English fluently and confidently and support their important journey to becoming bilingual at an early age. Its engaging, game-based language learning activities makes learning English fun for kids.

In Costa Rica, the ABCmouse Aprende Inglés app is endorsed by the Ministry of Public Education as a valued complement to the English classes received by students in their schools.

Offering more than 4,000 English learning activities expertly designed to teach and practice the language, ABCmouse Aprende Inglés also helps children build confidence in understanding and speaking English as they independently progress along the Step-by-Step Learning Path. While the program is easy for children to use on their own, parents are encouraged to accompany their children in the English learning process and, at the same time, have fun and learn together.

“Everyone at Age of Learning is very excited to be offering ABCmouse Aprende Inglés to all families in Costa Rica at no cost—it’s the first time we’ve made our English language learning program available for free in Central America, shared Dr. Rebecca Palacios, U.S. Hall of Fame Teacher, with over 30 years experience, and an expert in dual-language learning.  “We want to give Costa Rican children the life-changing opportunity to become fluent in English from an early age, so they can expand their opportunities as they grow. We are hoping to reach as many children and their families as possible throughout the country.”

Anyone in Costa Rica interested in taking advantage of this free offer can simply go to www.ABCmouseAprendeIngles.cr  for a link to the App Store on an Android or iOS device, where they can search for the ABCmouse Aprende Inglés app, and download it for free on their mobile devices.

According to the Costa Rica Ministry of Public Education, it is extremely important that students have access to digital resources that are adaptable to their specific learning needs and interests.

“With the recent approval of the Educational Policy for the Promotion of Languages, guidelines are included that enhance technology as a tool in the language learning process. Based on real content and fun activities with pedagogical intentions, the student population strengthens reading, speaking or listening inside or outside the classroom; with the purpose of expanding exposure to the language and strengthening the entire language learning process,” said Manuel Rojas, coordinator of the Alliance for Bilingualism, Ministry of Public Education, Costa Rica.

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