Dual Language Preschool Program

Spanish Immersion Preschool, Birmingham, AL

Register now for September, 2019!

iSpeak's Preschool is Birmingham's first Dual Language preschool program, dedicated to preparing young children for their future as global citizens.  We believe in providing the highest quality of education to children ages 3-5, while also giving them the opportunity to learn Spanish in a fun environment!  

iSpeak's innovative Spanish preschool curriculum and Montessori-inspired teaching approach allows children to learn Spanish in a natural setting, similar to the way they acquired their first language.  Students are enticed to speak in Spanish as they explore an activity or work on a new project.  

In a Dual Language class, Spanish is introduced from day 1, along with English scaffolding.  Spanish is not the content, but the vehicle of instruction, alongside English.  Our preschool class is just like any other typical preschool class.  We have circle time, songs, storytime, arts & crafts, and imaginative play.  The difference is that all of the content is taught in both languages.

All of our classes are designed to be engaging and effective. We think the best way to learn a language is to be immersed in it as much as possible while having fun!

When: Tuesday and Thursday

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Where: iSpeak Learning Center 

2035 Oak Mountain Drive

Pelham, AL 35124


T/TH: $200/month

   + $75 registration fee

Fall semester begins September 3!


Registration is open now


Please note that we need a minimum enrollment

of 5 children to have a class.

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Did you know that kids learn a second language just like they do their first language--through play?!  At iSpeak, we work hard and play harder...


    Benefits of Language Learning

Why should young children learn a second language?  There are SO many benefits! 

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Research shows that bilingual workers earn, on average, between 5% and 20% more than their monolingual co-workers.
Spanish preschool program