Spanish games and apps for children learning language.

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Resources for learning about the planets in Spanish

Learning about the planets in Spanish, kids draw on information they already know. They learn the basic facts of the solar system in the early grades. When children learn this information again in Spanish, they understand and absorb key vocabulary.  There are many Spanish language materials about the planets to use with school age children. Like English materials, the older activities include Pluto as one of the planets and the new newer ones do not. Learning about the Planets in…

Spanish fun for kids with five low-prep activities.

It’s Friday! That means time for weekend fun and some Spanish fun with the Friday Five. Use these easy activities to speak Spanish with kids. They take little or no preparation and can be used with Spanish learners of different levels. Check out the rest of the Friday Five series too. 1. For Spanish fun, listen to this online version of the Three Little Pigs: Los tres cerditos. Kids are familiar with the story, so even beginners will be able…

Kids learn the Spanish days of the week and food vocabulary from these meal charts.

These printable charts from Nourish Interactive are designed to help kids establish healthy eating habits. They are also an excellent way to teach the Spanish days of the week and food vocabulary. Nourish Interactive is a site dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle. You’ll find links below for the printables charts. Using these charts, children color stars or a box each day to show that they have eaten well. There are charts in Spanish to record a healthy breakfast, lunch…

Spanish vocabulary games for kids using drawings of stick figures.

Stick figures can be used for lots of Spanish vocabulary games. For example, in the printable I have included, kids read a short description and then add the details to the drawing. It is a simple, quick way to review vocabulary, and it is fun to compare drawings. You can download the printable using the link below. Of course, you don’t need a printable do Spanish vocabulary games with stick figures. There are many variations you can do drawing as…

Hispanic heritage month activity with kids.

This post is a part of the Hispanic Heritage Month Blog Hop sponsored by Multicultural Kid Blogs. This group of parents and educators has come together to share great resources for celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. We are also giving away fabulous prizes. Enter the giveaway below! Cooking is a great language activity for so many reasons! It is hands-on and an activity that parents and kids do together. Like language, cooking takes practice, so there is lots of built-in repetition…

activities for Spanish learners

It’s time for the Friday Five! These five activities are easy to do with kids learning Spanish and take little or no preparation. Activity #2 is an online game for children with more Spanish. It uses common vocabulary, but does not include pictures, so it is the most challenging of the activities. The other activities can be done with beginners or at any level as a review. Listen to and sing this version of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star in Spanish…

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