Italian for pre-schoolers

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charlotteviola Fri 05-Apr-13 17:09:22

Hi, I'm thinking of starting an Italian parent and baby group in South East London, and wondered if there would be much interest in such a class? Also, I am looking into drop-in classes to be help at Nurserys.

It would initially be aimed at 0-18 months, with lots of fun songs and activities to improve or start learning Italian.

Does this sound like something mums would enjoy and be interested in for their little ones?

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

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TreeLuLa Fri 05-Apr-13 17:11:03

Well I have 2 pre-schoolers and I wouldn't take them to an italian class. Though I suspect I am not your target audience. wink

insancerre Fri 05-Apr-13 17:21:55

I work in a pre-school and am pretty sure that the parents (it's not just mums you know that have childcare responsibilities) would not be interested in paying extra for Italian lesons for 0-18 months. THey may be interested if it was free but as a pre-school we wouldn't fel the need tp provide free Italian lessons. We do provide free football lessons but that's because physical development is so important.

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