Kids in Buenos Aires
  • Hi,
    I'm planning a trip to Buenos Aires with my 3 year old daughter for about 8weeks in July this year. From the little research i have done it looks like a pretty good place to take kids with lots of activities around.

    I am looking to find a place where maika, my daughter, can have some basic Spanish interaction like a language school or even a small kindergarden or art class or something like that. I am fluent in Spanish and she understands everything but only speaks it a little. Can anyone recommend a good school or place for her to interact with other small kids?

    Also any suggestions on accomadation would be good. Perhaps renting a flat or a room with a local family would be a good solution.

    claire.
  • Argentina is a great option!
    Buenos Aires is a great city for learning Spanish.
    Also, Rosario is a beautiful (and so much cheaper than Buenos Aires) city where you can find great options for learning Spanish.
    Felicity
  • Hi there are a few places, here it may help you.
    •Associacion Escuelas Lincoln, San Isidro (Elementary - Lincoln University College, American)
    •Florida Day School, Belgrano (Pre-K -12, bilingual) excellent school, multiple intelligence theory
    •Buenos Aires International Christian Academy, San Isidro (PreK-12, English)
    •St. George's College, Quilmes (Ages 3 - 18, bilingual)
    •St. George's College North, Los Polvorines (Ages 3 - 18, bilingual)
    •St. Hilda's College, Hurlingham (K-12, bilingual)
    •Northlands, Northern Suburbs (K-12, bilingual)
    •Goethe Schule, ( Fully German/Spanish bilingual)
    •Colombia School, Pilar (K-12, bilingual)
    •St. Andrews Scots, Olivos (K-12, co-ed, bilingual)
    •St. Catherine's Moorlands, Northern Suburbs (K-12, bilingual)
  • There is another school is AMAUTA spanish school http://www.amautaspanish.com/ the address and fhone number is
    Federico Lacroze 2129
    Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Phone/Fax. (+54) 11 4777 2130
    Phone (Emergency). (+54) 911 5332 6485

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