In each Villa Luna group, one English-speaking employee is part of the team. They all have different cultural backgrounds, speak only English, sing songs and tell stories in their own language, so that the little ones can immerse themselves playfully in English. In addition, we celebrate international festivals together and get to know typical local dishes and other (still) foreign cultural assets. In this way, children at Villa Luna experience tolerance and open-mindedness at an early age.
Where is Thumbkin?
Already some time before the officially ordered closing of the day care center in the course of COVID-19 we were allowed to look over the shoulder of a Villa Luna group while singing their favorite song and finger play “Where is Thumbkin?”.
Do you and your child feel like singing with us?
Here we go…