Mi Mundo is about having a "mommy and me Spanish circle time". Where mommy and child learn Spanish together.

The United States is now the second-largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, with more Spanish speakers than Spain and only exceeded by Mexico.  The New York Times, 2011


Did you know that Spanish will be the second most common spoken language in the United States? Research shows that the earlier you learn a second language the more likely you are to stay fluent.

Imagine learning to speak Spanish while your child is? How fun! Join us for a "mommy and me" kind of experience. The whole experience is to enrich your knowledge of the Spanish language at the same time as your child is.

Together we will learn!

We are also happy to tutor your child in Spanish of any age.
We teach Spanish to the homeschooled families.

More students in Missouri are studying foreign languages and world history classes that will help prepare them for living and working in an increasingly global society.

The Missouri State Board of Education adopted a resolution in support of International Education Week, to encourage schools to provide students with the knowledge they need to succeed in a globally competitive economy.

"The ability to communicate effectively with people from other countries and develop a deeper understanding of other cultures has never been more important," said Missouri Commissioner of Education Chris L. Nicastro. "International education helps prepare students for a world where global partnerships are common and economies are interconnected."

The number of students studying Spanish has almost tripled in Missouri in the past two decades. Nearly 145,000 students were enrolled in Spanish during the 2011-2012 school year, compared to about 55,000 students during the 1991-1992 school year. Enrollment is also growing in French, German, Russian and Chinese classes.

While foreign language classes are not required for high school graduation in Missouri, they are strongly recommended as core electives to help students succeed in postsecondary education.