Children quickly absorb new information, because their brains have empty spaces for construction, so there are many advantages in this productive phase when they learn through play. At first children absorb the target language and show comprehension of what they hear; they slowly start to use high-frequency words in their everyday language and take in the information naturally and progressively in their daily routine.
The materials are attractive and stimulate learning of the target language. Gradually increasing the number of words used, in a short period of time children can communicate using the knowledge acquired in the target language.
Researches show that bilingual children develop better skills in cognitive areas. They generally do better in solving problems, verbalizing, conceptualizing and thinking globally. Bilingual children learn different communication codes and this contributes for them to be open to new stimuli, enhancing their mental skills.
English is spoken worldwide and is not a differential anymore but an essential tool in modern life. This global education in a multicultural environment enables students to get to know and interact with other cultures, enlarging their opportunities for the future.
At this stage the facial muscles and the acquisition of phonemes are still being developed, enabling children to reproduce sounds present in other languages, acquiring a better accent and fluency.
Children learn the language without worrying about linguistic mechanisms, through meaningful situations, applying the knowledge in their everyday lives and immediately benefiting from this acquisition.