Coming from the Quechua language, spoken in parts of Latin America, "Nouqa" means "I."
Commmunicating in another language not only increases self awareness, but also develops open-mindedness, awareness of others cultures and cultural sensitivity.
To encourage each child towards mastery of foreign language, the NOUQA way relies on learning through play.
Bilingualism gives children an essential asset and while contributing to their cognitive flexibility.
Many researchers have observed higher mental agility in bilingual children, as well as increased abstract reasoning, which to better outcomes in other areas of learning.
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