As kids are learning Spanish vocabulary, I point out different contexts where we use the same word. Introducing additional contexts builds understanding and makes the word easier to remember. I’ve included a printable activity for ten common words below.
Armadillos live throughout Latin America and often appear in traditional stories and songs. Below, you will find a printable reading with basic armadillo facts and an activity. You will also find stories about armadillos to print or read online. Armadillo facts and stories make for fun summer reading!
Fun for Spanish Teachers has wonderful materials for children learning Spanish. I’m highlighting two of their resources – printable mini-books and an activity book that includes songs – as materials for summer Spanish. Fun for Spanish Teachers has also generously donated a free printable mini-book for Spanish Summer Reading. You can download the mini-book below.
Playing reading games encourages kids to use Spanish and think about what they have read. These 6 games are easy to play and can be adapted to different books. Several are based on classic games, but narrow the focus to a book to make the game manageable and to strengthen language skills. Play these reading games to keep kids motivated…