Tired of your kids watching mindless T.V. and repeating everything they hear from the movies or radio? Do your children spend hours in front of the computer surfing the web with no end in sight? If so, then perhaps a little culture will help break that cycle. Through this deal, your kid’s can learn the Italian language while making Italian meals for just $15!
At La Piazza di Carolina, your kids will spend 90 minutes preparing authentic Italian cuisine while learning various Italian words and phrases. Your children will learn the Italian translation to meals, ingredients, cooking terminology, and much more. Your children will create homemade pizza, pasta, gelato and other Italian food favorites in this “Speak and Eat” class.
For kids age 3 and up, your children will not only cook delicious Italian food, they will bring home the recipe and flashcards of words they have learned in Italian that day. Your kids won’t stop talking about how much they loved this class, maybe even in Italian, and will want to come back over and over.
Led by Carolina Gengo Di Domenico, La Piazza di Carolina is a fun and unique way for your children to learn the Italian culture and language in a nontraditional setting. Carolina received her masters in Italian at Middlebury College in Florence and has been teaching Italian for over 15 years. In 2005, she opened La Piazza di Carolina and offers a variety of kids and adult classes, school enrichment programs, family events, summer camps, and nursery school programs that get you excited to learn the Italian language.
“Another wonderful aspect of La Piazza di Carolina is the that I am now part of a strong and growing community of parents who care about sharing Italian language and culture with our children. Carolina creates opportunities for parents to meet and get to know each other. She also makes the seasons and holidays that much more special by the joy brings to them during school and through family-friendly events all year long. Brava Carolina!.” – Lisa, White Plains
“We never expected to find such a place that focused on the Italian language and culture in our area (especially for children our son’s age). We have not looked back since. He now attends a toddler class with other children his age,” – Savino and Maya, Yonkers
“My daughter spent all fall collecting “ghiande” in our yard, still asks me to play her Italians Christmas Carols even though it’s now springtime, and answers “Non lo so” to most of my questions!.” – Lisa, White Plains