Persian School Bazi Va Zaban Launches its 2018 Summer Session June 2

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The Los Angeles school says that this year’s offerings will once again include outstanding instruction in the Persian language as well as art, music, and fun for children 3 through 13.

Bazi Va Zaban means "Play and Learning."

Language instruction will be paired with a creative and kid-friendly approach designed to make it fun for children to explore their Persian heritage.

Bazi Va Zaban, a weekly school aimed at teaching children between the ages of 3 and 13 the Persian language and culture, begins its second annual summer session this Saturday, June 2, 2018. The school says that plans for this year include, as always, outstanding instruction in Persian reading, writing, and speaking. It adds that language instruction will be paired with a creative and kid-friendly approach designed to make it fun for children to explore their Persian heritage. Sessions are held Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The school says that its offerings this year will include painting and performing arts, including music and puppetry. Bazi Va Zaban, which is Persian for “Play and Language,” continues its commitment to child centered learning by including lots of opportunities for students to have fun while they learn. The school adds that it works hard to make sure that students look forward to their Saturday school and develop a positive association with their Persian heritage.

Bazi Va Zaban was founded by Mozhgan Rajablu and Shahab Saba, both well-known members of the Los Angeles Iranian-American educational and business community. They believe the school is a natural outgrowth of their day-to-day efforts with the world’s largest Persian community. “Our work is about helping our families to keep our heritage alive and growing, as we continue to thrive here in Southern California,” says Ms. Rajablu, a former Iranian national chess champion. “By keeping our work focused on children and getting them to enjoy learning about their heritage and staying connected with the community, we’re setting children up for a richer, fuller life here in the U.S.”

Summer classes at Bazi Va Zaban are scheduled to continue through late August. Readers who are interested in learning more about the school are invited to phone at 818-945-0606. They can also register now by visiting the school online at https://www.bazivazaban.com/.

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