Mini Guiri Club: Parent & Toddler Spanish Coffee Mornings

Mini Guiri Club: Parent & Toddler Spanish Coffee Mornings

LAE Kids is launching a weekly Spanish Coffee Morning for parents and toddlers to learn Spanish in Madrid.

The Thursday morning meet-ups will be from 10.30-12.00 (1.5h) Wednesday (beginners) or Thursday (intermediate) for babies and toddlers up to and including 3 years old. You will improve your own Spanish while learning how to play and interact with your baby to help them with their language skills in Spanish. This group is suitable for any level of Spanish and both mums and dads are welcome, of course!

There will be soft play mats for the children to crawl around on and baby changing facilities, microwave for heating up milk or food and of course endless coffee and tea to get you through the day after another sleepless night!

Time Activity
10.30 – 11.00 Sing, dance and play with our ‘peques’ in Spanish.
11.00 – 12.00 Practise your Spanish over coffee with our native teachers! Parents can also ask advice from our staff or other parents about bilingualism, Madrid, or even simply how to get by being a mum day-to-day!



What makes our Spanish Coffee Mornings the perfect way to spend a morning with your “peque”?

Improve your Spanish

We are an Instituto Cervantes-accredited Spanish School, with teachers that Coffee morning Madrid are specialized both in child development and teaching Spanish as a foreign language so both you and your baby will have tailored support for your Spanish. Wednesday mornings are for parents with a beginner level of Spanish (A1-A2) and Thursdays are for intermediate level (B1 and above).

Great for baby

Our classes are designed to help develop fine motor skills, social and physical skills, all of this in addition to your baby learning the Spanish language!

Ask our Madrid mummy experts!

Our teachers and staff are also mums too! We can help you with everything, from recommendations for day care to English-speaking pediatricians in your area.


Your support network in Madrid

You’re not alone! There are tons of non-Spanish parents in Madrid, trying to navigate the Spanish systems, culture, and language. The group will prove a great way to meet people, as well as access our wide network of students and contacts we have developed over the last 11 years, which will help make things that little bit easier.