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Spanish Language Instruction for Mother & 11-Year Old Daughter ?

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I would like to spend 4-5 weeks in Spain this summer with my 11-year old daughter. I have been interested in the Spanish language since childhood, and my daughter has just transferred to a school that requires Spanish. So, it would be wonderful if we could incorporate some Spanish language instruction into our vacation. However, I think that an "intensive" learning situation might be a bit "too much" for my 11-year old. I'm searching for a somewhat relaxed approach, in which we could take classes in the mornings, with afternoons free for fun & exploration. I do not want for my child to spend nights away from me, so the typical "camp" situations are out. Oddly, I found many Latin American-based schools that cater to families (by simple internet searches), but I haven't been able to find anything quite like that in Spain. There seem to be many programs specifically for adults, many programs for teens, as well as "camps" for children. But I can't find a group that will specifically accommodate an adult/child team. (We would need to take classes AT THE SAME TIME, so that we could leave together afterward). Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thank you. -Deb

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