It's simple, the best way to learn or practice a language is through fun.
Langmobile is a Quebec company that offers children language learning in the form of workshops. When Langmobile opened their doors in September 2002, around 125 students joined the program.
Today, the company averages 3000 students every year. In addition to on-site workshops in schools and daycares, there are three Langmobile learning centers in Montreal, Saint-Lambert and Saint-Bruno. Langmobile offers a wide array of original activities like yoga, music, Zumba and cooking, offered in several languages.
20 years of languages - 4000+ students per year - 6 languages
We are committed to the power of learning a second language
Understanding language is it the ultimate brain exercise. It is one of the most effective and practical ways to increase intelligence! It is exciting news, the latest research is saying that children who speak more than one language benefits greater cognitive flexibility in solving complex problems. Knowing a second language or third language can greatly improve the life a child!
We are committed to fun
When children participate in our programs, they explore a wide variety of techniques and approaches through play, interaction, and discovery-based learning. At the heart of our values is the belief that when a child is engaged and having fun, they will be motivated to become life long language learners!
“Designing programs where children learn while having fun is what I love doing, and it’s not just in theory – it’s a practice that really works effectively. We have seen the results!”
It’s simple, the best way to learn or practice a language is through fun. Our method is based on interaction, through discovery, activities and challenges. And with 20 years of teaching behind us, we know it works!
The power of learning a second language
Thru Online Classes to Summer Camps we love teaching new languages to kids! When children participate in our programs, they explore a wide variety of techniques and approaches through play, interaction, and discovery-based learning.