Arabic After-School Program 2021/2022 at Lango Kids NV in Springfield, VA
AUGUST 23, 2021 – JUNE 10, 2022
We’re delighted to announce our Arabic After School Program 2021/2022! A learning adventure that aims to fulfill the needs of your family.
SCHEDULE: MONDAY to FRIDAY from 3 PM to 6 PM
NOTE: Our after-school program starts from pick-up time until 6pm thus the starting hour might differ based on the dismissal time of your child’s school. We pick up your student from his/her Fairfax County Public School. For more details, please continue reading.
TUITION: $490.00 per month
DISCOUNTS: 10% discount for a second and third child, OR 5% Military Discount.
REGISTRATION FEE: $75.00 (new students only)
MATERIAL FEE: $175.00 (books, educational supplies, etc.)
DAILY ARABIC LANGUAGE CLASS included.
DAILY SNACK included
PICK-UP AVAILABLE: We pick up your student from his/her Fairfax County Public School (FCPS).
The Schools to which we offer Pick-Up Services are the following:
- CARDINAL FOREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
- HUNT VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
- KEENE MILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
- ORANGE HUNT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
- SANGSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
- WEST SPRINGFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
GREAT NEWS FOR OUR AFTER-SCHOOL 2021/2022 STUDENTS AND FAMILIES
Lango Kids NV offers ALL-DAY CAMP at NO CHARGE for all the students enrolled in our After School Program 2021/2022 every time when the FCPS schools will close for:
If your school is not on this list, please call us at 703-600-9574 for additional details.
Registration for our After School Program is open until the available spaces are covered.
Transportation is available from select elementary schools, starting academic year 2021-2022. Contact Lango Northern Virginia for more details or call us directly at . Our After-school program increases language fluency while providing homework help, fun games, Lego and more.
Abjadiyaty (My Alphabet)
This program introduces students to the Arabic Alphabet. By the end of the program, students will be able to identify, sound, and write the Arabic letters in their independent and initial forms. They will be able to use basic greetings and leave taking, common expressions, and introduce themselves. They will also learn some songs and vocabulary for different topics; body parts, shapes, colors, fruits and vegetables, numbers, animals, weather, and seasons.
This program introduces students to the different shapes of the Arabic letters. By the end of this program, students will be able to identify, sound, and write Arabic letters in their initial, medial, and final positions. In addition, they will be able to recognize and sound the short and long vowels. It is the beginning toward reading, writing, and speaking.
Students will be able to use basic greetings, common expressions, write their names and simple words, express likes and dislikes, and talk about themselves and their family members. They will continue to build up their vocabulary for different topics; days of the week, nature, feelings, family, body parts, shapes, colors, food, numbers, animals, nature, clothes, and means of transportation.
In these levels students take more steps toward learning the language. By the end of this class, they will be able to identify and pronounce correctly all Arabic letters with short and long vowels, and other diacritics. They will be able to read leveled books and write simple sentences and paragraphs. Students will continue to build up their vocabulary and conversational skills through topics related to their everyday life (home and family relations, school life, friends, sports, travel, etc.) They will practice using pronouns, question words, positional words, and verbs in the past, present, and imperative tenses.
Curriculum: Al-Amal book series, Editions Granada, Elementary levels. In addition to a variety of educational materials compiled by our team to enhance the educational experience (flash cards, worksheets, audio visuals, magnets, games, props, etc.).