We thank the following businesses for their support, and encourage our families to utilize their services:
|Mamamundi is a motherhood blog written by austin latin mamas Daniela Ruiz and Carolina Peredo. They write about their own experiences as mothers raising their children in a different culture, and interview experts on all things parenthood related. Their focus is very much in line with our philosophies at Semillitas, and their podcasts are in Spanish so they are a great way for families to get practice! Check them out!|
Think Bilingual Austin is a directory for bilingual resources in Austin, TX. They offer parents and educators a way to explore and access information about language education all over the austin area.
Rajamani School of Music & Culture offers hand drumming sessions for young children ages 5-8 at Semillitas. The class explores a variety of ethnic percussion instruments. Within the context of music and instruments, Oliver Rajamani weaves culture, geography, folklore and history into his classes.
|Heartsong Music: offers Music Together classes- an early childhood music education program for children ages birth through 7 and the adults who love them. Carey Youngblood and Heartsong have a long history with Semillitas, and have provided invaluable support through the years.|
|Candi Noble Photography specializes in newborn and family portraits. Candi Noble has taken many of our photographs you will find throughout our website.|
|Language of Listening: helps parents and teachers develop communication strategies that foster connection and turn challenging moments into rewarding ones. Sandy Blackards' Language of Listening approach is an instrumental part of training for teachers at Semillitas de Español.|
5811 Berkman Ste # 107
Austin, TX 78723
"I am picking up Spanish much more quickly than I did in high school and college because of the teacher's movements and gestures with each song. They should teach Spanish this way to adults!! My daughter is really learning the songs as well...it is wonderful to hear her singing in Spanish."
- Kristen T.