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    Lango Kids
    Lango Kids
    93 3rd Ave
    Zip Code:
    Boerum Hill




    Since 2006 Lango has taught students as young as 12 months through 8 years old Spanish or Mandarin using games, music, art and crafts, as well as other engaging activities. Our fun lessons are offered in three categories throughout the year: after school, preschool and summer camp, and serve different age groups. The curriculum is designed to not only enhance your child’s linguistic skills, but also social and emotional skills.


    10% discount for PSP families when registering our classes online. Discount not applicable to preschool or camp programs. Use the code ps10 to receive the discount at the checkout.

    - Discount may not be used in conjunction with other offers
    - Can only be used once per family 

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 01-Mar-2020
    Subject:  Questions About Lango
    Comment:  We loved Lango and I know it is helped our non-native Spanish speaking girls be ready for the Spanish DLP elementary school program at 133. All the teachers are wonderful, and I agree that it is a hidden gem. (December 2019)
    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 01-Mar-2020
    Subject:  Questions About Lango
    Comment:  Our son did 2 years at Lango in the Spanish classroom before entering pre-k this fall. We (and he!) loved it! He would come everyday happy. The teachers were wonderful, smart, kind, loving and patient. The child to teacher ratio is small, 2 or 3 teachers to 7 or 8 kids! Ms Becky, who runs the school, is great and was always willing to work with our family in terms of special requests or needs.There is definitely English spoken in the classroom, but I felt it was at a minimum, mainly to catch the non Spanish speaking kids up.Lango feels like a little hidden gem of a school. Not a lot of people know about it and I felt like it was a little under enrolled, perfect for the child to teacher ratio. It’s not fancy, but it’s a sweet, loving place. Our son was definitely ready for full day pre-k after spending 2 years at Lango.We have a 6 month old and we hope to send her to Lango when she’s old enough. (December 2019)
    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 01-Mar-2020
    Subject:  Questions About Lango
    Comment:  My kids go to Lango Preschool. They love it. They go to Mandarin immersion (we are native Spanish speakers but want our kids to learn other languages) and they go to Spanish aftercare in Lango. So, we know all the teachers.They are caring, lovely and smart people. In both classrooms they explain everything in the focus language and then repeat in English. The teachers are native speakers of the language, so it’s natural for them to speak Spanish/Mandarin.Every month they send us the activities, songs, words and photos that it’s great. (December 2019)
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 26-Jan-2020
    Subject:  2019-2020 Year Review
    Comment:  Both of my kids go to Lango. We love it. The teachers are kind, lovely and smart. The program is great . … About the facility: Has early morning hours … What would you change? The option to run more hours.
    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 13-Sep-2019
    Subject:  2019 Summer Camp Review
    Comment:  My kid loves Lango. The teachers are lovely, caring and Creative. The language inmersión is wonderful.
    Reviewed by 2018Review
    On 29-Aug-2018
    Subject:  2018 Summer Camp Reviews
    Comment:  Summer 2018 Review: Lango helped give my son a better ear for Spanish. He didn’t learn a lot in the one week, but I didn’t expect him to. I just wanted him to become more comfortable with it. Mission accomplished. They are very nice and caring. They will throw in English when needed to help the child. He had fun and has asked to start Spanish afterschool. Age of child: 5 What would you change about the program, if anything? Better information to parents about vocabulary the kids learn. They do send home a 1-pager at the end,, but these can’t possibly be the focus of what they learned, as they are too advanced and esoteric. I’m sure they were teaching the basics too. I also wish they had sent home a daily vocabulary sheet, so parents could use those words with them on the day they learn them.
    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 16-Jul-2017
    Subject:   Review from the 2016/2017 PSP Daycare, Preschool, PreK, Kindergarten Survey
    Comment:  Type: PreschoolAbout the facility: Has afterschool optionsReview: My son attended Lango 2 mornings per week as a 3-year old in the Spanish class. I was really happy with it. Ana, the teacher, has so much enthusiasm and really cares for the children, as does her assistant, Adriana. We chose Lango for language acquisition, and I was thrilled with my son's development. Within weeks, he could identify Spanish overheard on the street. And months later, he was teaching his little brother Spanish words and singing the songs from school daily. He always left school so happy with a lot to say about his mornings there. The class was small, maybe 8 kids with 2 adults. My son loved going to the nearby playground, the many art projects, and the songs. He loved his teachers. The only downside for me was the long walk to and from center slope.
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    On 24-Sep-2015
    Subject:  Review from 2015 Summer Camp Survey
    Comment:  Age of Child: 4 Likes: She loves the relaxed friendly nature of the day-to-day camp, but the field trips are her favorite. What would you change? Offer an after school extension. Would you send your child(ren) again? Yes Do you recommend? Highly recommend
    Reviewed by
    On 21-Jul-2015
    Subject:  Review Submitted via the 2014-2015 Daycare/ Preschool Survey
    Comment:  Program: Mandarin Length of time: 3 days a week 9-3 plus aftercare Child’s Age: 3-4 yearsType of facility: Privately run daycare/preschool with multiple classes and teachersREVIEW: I like the laid back and fun approach lango takes. There aren't any high pressure parents, and it's fine if you're a bit late in the morning or switch around your schedule. At times, I wished the programming could be a bit more preparatory for pre-k, but in the end, we sent our daughter there for language acquisition, and we are very pleased with her progress in that regard. The teachers are all really sweet and invested in the students, and they pay attention to the desires of the parents. We are overall very happy with both the preschool and summer camps.Would you recommend? Highly recommendWould you send your child again? Maybe
    Reviewed by
    On 21-Jul-2015
    Subject:  Review Submitted via the 2014-2015 Daycare/ Preschool Survey
    Comment:  Program: Mandarin Immersion Preschool Length of time: 9-12pm (Part Time), 2 days a week Child’s Age: 2-3 yearsType of facility: Privately run daycare/preschool with multiple classes and teachersREVIEW: Lango is a fun, low-key Mandarin immersion preschool program. The teachers are warm, energetic and caring. I was disappointed by the midyear staff changes with the assistant/second teacher and the fact the main teacher left for a month or more for vacation. It was not as disruptive as I had imagined it might be but I still found myself trying to explain to my child where his teacher went. The school was pretty communicative throughout the time my child was enrolled and kept us informed about discipline issues at drop off/pick up or via email. We asked a lot of questions and felt like they were always very informative, responsive and helpful.Would you recommend? RecommendWould you send your child again? Probably not
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 13-Dec-2011
    Comment:  This is an unsolicited plug for a super fun Mandarin Chinese class that Maddie (my 3yo) and I just took. We were the only ones there (which seems like just about my worst nightmare), however the teacher is silly and dynamic and a reluctant 3 year old and I had a really fantastic time!Over the last 6 years of kids, I have been to a lot of Mandarin classes, and this one is particularly modern and play based with fun music and is surprisingly one of the few I have found in Park Slope.