Enjoy more than 600 Italian language books for children (ages 0-10) carefully selected from 15 exclusive Italian publishers including Arka, Einaudi, Mondadori, Coccinella, Emme Edizioni, Topipittori and more. This years book selection covers a large range of educational topics, design styles, and classic Italian stories. New for this year! In addition to story time readings of featured Festa Del Libro books, children of all ages willbe treated to old-fashioned film screenings. Classic Italian…See More
Girotondo Italian Preschool in Berkeley Open HouseBring the bambini for an afternoon of fun!Girotondo proudly presents the first open house of the new Berkeley location. Children will enjoy stories and circle time with Girotondos newest teachers, recently arrived from Italy, while parents meet the Academic Director and mingle with other families. Refreshments will be served at the recently updated and remodeled Girotondo facility.The event will take place on August 28th at Girotondo Berkeleys…See More
August 29, 2009 at 9:30am to August 30, 2009 at 6pm
Bring your family and discover some of the finest Italian children's literature available.More than 300 children’s books have been selected from the most distinguished Italian publishers.The selection includes a large range of educational topics and design styles for kids 0 to 10. The material is also perfectly suitable for beginning Italian language students of all ages.Story Time (in Italian)at the Corte Madera Store:Saturday, August 29 and Sunday, August 30 at 11 am and 4 pm.Emporio Rulli…See More
Bilingual Education Benefits and How to Find a ProgramJuly 7, 2009“Come si dice?” “Comment le dit-on?” “How do you say it?”Take a look at any local parenting website, newsletter, or newspaper and you’ll see plenty of ads for language enrichment programs for kids. What is this increasingly popular phenomenon and why should you take advantage of it?According to neurobiologists, the human brain is “hardwired” to learn languages as an infant and toddler. Any language learned during this period is…See More
The Girotondo Italian Preschool and Kindergarten in Marin County is offering a summer camp program divided into 6 weeks running from June 15th to July 31st, 9:00am - 1:00pm, M-F (extended care available to 3:00).Families can choose the weeks they would like their children to attend. Each week the curriculum concentrates on a particular theme.* June 15 th - 19 th Cooking week (Cucina Italiana)* June 22 nd - 26 th Construction week (Costruiamo)* July 6 th - July 10 th Theater week (Burattini…See More
One Saturday a month from 5.30 pm to 8.30 pm, Italian Food, Games, Crafts, Face Painting, Story Time, Movie time and more!!!You drop off your kids, go out and relax, while they have fun and learn Italian! Then pick them up.The fee is $ 20, and $10 for each additional Family member.The fee for Girotondo Students and "BAIA Members" is $15 and $ 5 for each additional Family member.Please RSVP as space is limited!RSVP to email@example.comGIROTONDO ITALIAN SCHOOL is a full-immersion,…See More
Girotondo Italian Preschool and Kindergarten Expands to BerkeleyFor Immediate Release - With the support of the San Francisco Italian Consulate, Girotondo Italian Preschool and Kindergarten (GIS) is expanding into the East Bay with its’ successful Reggio Emilia inspired Italian immersion school, licensed in San Rafael, Marin County.GIS has purchased Mondo Bambini in Berkeley, formerly owned and operated by Angelo Del Priori and Laura Ruberto for the past six years. The new Girotondo program…See More
Growing up as a military brat, I lived in various parts of Italy and Greece. As an adult, I have settled in the Bay Area and raise my daughter, Abigail, to speak Italian and English. Previous professional experience includes Public Reations and Marketing positions with SS Public Relations and Travel Agent Magazine. Currently, I am a stay home mom and a Board Member of Girotondo Italian Preschool and Kindergarten in Marin County. My parents still spend half the year at their Venice residence and we visit whenever we can.
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