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10 Facebook pages with resources for teaching Spanish

Social media can be an effective way to connect with other teachers and parents and find inspiration for teaching language to kids. There are many Facebook pages with Spanish teaching resources. The content of these pages varies a lot. For example, I use the Spanish Playground Facebook page to compile very practical resources – material that I can easily draw…

Spanish conversation questions to use with kids at Easter.

Enjoying the company of friends and family is the best part of a holiday. If you are celebrating Easter or having another gathering this spring, you can add fun to the occasion with simple Spanish conversation questions. You will find a printable set of questions below. These Spanish conversation questions are at all different levels. I made them with an…

Active Spanish games and songs for language learners.

It is spring! The activities below get kids moving as they teach language about the season. These suggestions for active Spanish learning are part of the Easy Spanish-Easy Yoga series. You can find more information about the series at the end of the post. Songs with actions combine the power of music and movement. As they sing songs, kids learn…

Play these Spanish matching games with plastic eggs.

Plastic eggs are an easy, hands-on way to play Spanish matching games. You can make the activities more effective by using the inside of the egg too. Put a picture or object in the egg to reinforce the language written on the outside. Spanish Matching Games 1. Match initial letter sounds to pictures of objects. Here is a printable of…

Spanish questions and answers to use with kids for games and activities.

Kids love quiz-type Spanish questions and answers. They are useful to have on hand in class or for games at home with kids learning Spanish. I refer to one game as Una Preguntita with students, and that is the name the questions sets have here on Spanish Playground. These Spanish questions and answers also help children learn language skills. With…

Draw a Spanish song is a language activity using art and music.

Dibujo rítmico, or rhythmic drawing, is one of the most original language learning ideas I’ve seen in a long time. Cantoalegre shares this marvelous activity on their website Música Libre, where they also have free downloads and other resources related to children’s music. Although these videos were created for native speakers, they are excellent material for second language learners. Dibujo…