Spanish games and apps for children learning language.

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Five quick activities for kids learning Spanish.

It is Friday and time for the Friday Five! These activities are for kids learning Spanish, and they take little or no preparation. Kids will hear and speak Spanish as they play games, listen to a story or do a craft. So, add a little Spanish to your weekend or the week to come with these ideas for kids learning Spanish. Check out the rest of the Friday Five series! 1. Listen to and sing this song with school vocabulary…

A Spanish classroom vocabulary search for kids learning language.

Kids love to search for things! This back-to-school picture search is an easy way for kids to practice Spanish classroom vocabulary. Use the link below to print the full page Spanish classroom vocabulary search. Spanish Classroom Vocabulary Classroom Picture Search – Full Page Printable There are different ways to use this Spanish classroom vocabulary picture search. Try these activities: With young Spanish learners, look for the items together and count as you find them. Be sure to use the Spanish…

Five easy Spanish activities to do with children.

Another week is winding down and it’s time for the Friday Five. You can use these easy Spanish activities over the weekend to keep kids learning and having fun with the language. For beginners, try activities 1 and 3. Kids with more Spanish will like activities 2 and 4. Activity 5 is a good review of vocabulary and pronunciation for any level. 1. Read and color these back-to-school pictures to practice the verbs ver and usar, vocabulary related to school…

Five fun activities help kids speak Spanish.

Use these easy activities to help kids speak Spanish. With these low-prep activities, kids speak Spanish as they play online games, tag, practice emotions and talk about the days of the week. 1. Listen to this classic children’s song, Los Pollitos, and sing along. 2. Make faces on balloons to show different emotions. The balloons in the photo are for practicing estoy contento/a, estoy triste, estoy asustado/a, estoy sorprendido/a. Toss the balloons in the air and bat them around. Then…

Five no-prep Spanish activities for kids.

It’s time for the Friday Five! These no-prep Spanish activities are easy to do with kids. They can all be used with beginners or adapted for children who speak more Spanish. Of course, even more advanced learners need repetition and review, and they can have fun with these no-prep activities. 1. Talk about this summertime photo of a little girl and her dog using the description and questions that follow. This no-prep Spanish speaking activity spans levels and ages. 2…

Bilingual books by Delia Berlin are an excellent choice for kids learning Spanish.

Delia Berlin is a children’s author from Argentina. Now living in the US, she has written two enchanting bilingual books for children. El cerezo and Los cuentos de Eva y Lucas are excellent choices for children learning Spanish who have acquired a foundation of basic vocabulary and structures. These stories are wonderful to read aloud and also appropriate for children who are reading independently. Where to find Delia Berlin’s bilingual books The author generously shares this free printable PDF version…

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