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The Spanish Playground YouTube channel is a go-to destination for immersive and engaging Spanish language learning. We believe that learning a new language should be fun and accessible. In addition, we know that teachers need quality materials and support. That’s why we’re thrilled to introduce you to our hidden gem – the Community Tab on our YouTube channel. Learn Spanish…

This printable Spanish bingo game is an fun Valentine's Day activity for kids.

Bingo is lotería in Spanish, and it is an excellent language learning activity. Below you’ll find a printable Spanish Bingo game for Valentine’s Day that you can use with a wide range of ages.

Easy Spanish reading activity based on adding details to a picture of a snowman.

Drawing can be combined with easy Spanish reading for a fun comprehension activity. In this printable activity, kids read several short descriptions of a snowman. Then they add the details to a snowman outline. Finally, they choose details to draw and write a description of their snowman. There is evidence that drawing is a strong aid to gaining literacy. It…

A set of listening activities for a Dia de Muertos video for Spanish learners.

This Día de los Muertos video is a short conversation about building a Day of the Dead altar. This tradition is an important part of Mexican culture. Watch the video and try the Día de los Muertos video listening activities below.

These favorite Spanish greeting songs teach basic vocabulary and culture to kids.

Singing is a wonderful way to start the day or a class. In a school setting, we sing Spanish greeting songs to pull the group together and because singing gets everyone listening and producing the language. We also sing because singing makes kids happy and is one of the best ways for children to learn Spanish. Typically, these songs teach…

Spanish goodbye songs bring kids together at the end of class and teach vocabulary for leaving others.

Music is one of the best ways to help kids transition from one activity to the next. So, I use good-bye songs to help them get ready to go, or transition to whatever is happening after our class. I have used these 5 favorite Spanish goodbye songs with kids of different ages and levels.