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The Italian Association of Assistance is a voluntary agency, offering a wide range of services and programs focused on community services, educational and cultural activities. Italian language learners are offered several learning opportunities: language classes, private lessons, storytime for the young learners and a Multimedia Resource Center. Children aged 4 to 11 can attend the Italian Bilingual School, where teachers are […]

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Exchange books, ideas and questions  with other learners at ePals: a K-12 online community for meaningful learning. More than half a million educators and millions of learners across 200 countries and territories safely connect, collaborate and build community. Find Italian books and more at: www.epals.com/forums/t/34690.aspx

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Casa Italia is an Italian Cultural Center whose mission is the preservation and promotion of Italian American Culture. The center is located in Chicago and offers Italian classes for children and adults, movie nights and cultural events. It also includes several museums, a library, a Community Center and an open air Pavilion. Learn more by visiting the Center […]

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The Orange County Italian Cultural Association brings together Italians and people of all ethnic heritages who enjoy the Italian language and culture.  The association serves as a focal point for the local Italian community and offers cultural and community events. To learn more visit: http://www.ocica.org/

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The Italian Cultural Center  in Minneapolis is a non-profit organization open to anyone interested in Italian culture. It offers classes for adults and children, a monthly movie club, a monthly story hour for children and parties.  The Italian Cultural Center also houses a collection of Italian adults’ and children’s books, movies and CDs. www.theitalianculturalcenter.org

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Why should Australians pay more?

How to find quality Italian children’s books for less than 15 Australian dollars. If you live in Australia and are looking for children’s books in Italian, this article might help you save some money. It seems that when Australians buy books at their local bookstore or online, they pay a little more than many consumers […]

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The Purple School in Bellevue, WA, is a school committed to promoting bilingualism among children. It offers an Italian language program for 0 – 12 year olds that provides a loving environment and an academic environment with concrete objectives, quantifiable and quantified results,  and an immersion language approach. http://www.purpleschool.com/   The Purple School a Bellevue, vicino Seattle, e’ […]

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If you are looking for Italian schools and classes in Canada, start your your search by browsing the website of the Italian Cultural Institute. You can find the Institute in major cities, like: Montreal (http://www.iicmontreal.esteri.it/IIC_Montreal) Toronto (http://www.iictoronto.esteri.it/IIC_Toronto/) Vancouver (http://www.iicvancouver.esteri.it/IIC_Vancouver)  For children living in Toronto, the Leonardo Da Vinci Academy offers pre-school and Elementary programmes: http://www.ldva.on.ca/   […]

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The Italian Bilingual School provides a unique approach to teaching and learning by offering a bilingual aspect that has combined elements of both the Australian and the Italian curriculum in order to provide a program of study which targets the needs of the students. The school is a primary school that currently caters to children from […]

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Shopping for Italian Books

We are often asked: “what is the easiest way for finding and purchasing Italian books and bilingual books in Italian and English?”.  Well, unless you live close to an Italian or to an international bookstore, your best bet is to go online. There are many large and small bookstores on the web and perhaps one of the […]

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