South Florida is known as a melting pot, probably because the people are as diverse as the climate is hot. To say that it’s advantageous for a resident to know more than one language is a huge understatement.
New languages are much easier to learn at a young age. And being a polyglot has huge developmental advantages, such as boosted problem-solving, listening skills, and critical thinking—not to mention that it gives children a leg up in their studies and future job hunts.
We have compiled a list of bilingual or language immersion preschools around Miami / Dade, Fort Lauderdale / Broward, and Palm Beach County—schools that teach in Spanish, French, German, Mandarin, and more—especially to help your tot thrive in the melting pot.