FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
No! In fact, our programs are geared towards helping parents who have little to no French abilities in order to ensure their little ones the opportunity for French language exposure.
Of course! Although you may not be learning the vocabulary yourself, your child will still benefit from participating in our French songs and activities as it’s of utmost importance that they realize French is spoken within their community as well.
We have Parent & Infant classes (4-17 months), Parent & Infant/Toddler classes (6 months – 3 years) for those with older, moving infants, or those with siblings who would like to attend class together, Parent and Toddler classes (18 months – 3.5+ years), Parent & Preschooler classes (2.5-4), a summer prep for JK/SK program for 3-4 year olds entering school in the fall, and we are working on a Parent & Child (4-8 years) class as well.
Yes! The second sibling receives a 25% discount on top of the re-registrant discount, since your family has already paid the “first-time registration fee” of $20 with the first sibling.
Please send us an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) stating that you are interested in a certain program and we will add you to our e-mail list.
Yes and yes. Please note that if you choose to attend both a Monday and Thursday program, for example, there will be repetition, however, this is never a bad thing when learning a new language! We give a 25% discount on the second program you register to (in the same session).
As for continuing to register for the next round after the completion of your first round of classes, you absolutely can register for more than one “round”- the more French exposure your child receives, the better. If you are a participant in our current round of programs, and would like to continue with your weekly class during the next round as well, please send us an e-mail.
Yes. We have special pricing depending on the age of your infant and the age range of the class you will be attending. Please send us an email: email@example.com with the specifics regarding your situation.
This depends on whether or not you think your 4 year-old will enjoy the classes. Due to the age ranging from 18 months- 3 years, sometimes 4 year olds may find their classmates to be too young. You might consider instead registering to our preschooler classes or holding off for our summer “Prep for JK/SK” summer program for 3-4 year olds. If your little one has just turned 4 or will turn 4 during the program, there should be no issue, although this is up to your own discretion.
Yes. Each child must be accompanied by their parent or guardian at all times. 123 Petits Pas runs educational programs for both parents and children alike. You are responsible for your child’s safety and care during class time. That being said, a guardian can be a Grandmother, Caregiver, etc. as long as you have informed us before hand.
Please feel free to care for your child whenever, wherever you like. We pride ourselves on providing you with a comfortable, supportive space, for you to care for your child while learning some French!