Spanish games and apps for children learning language.

Category: Printable

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…

Short printable poems using Spanish color words for kids learning the language.

I wrote these simple rhymes with Spanish color words for my youngest learners. I mostly teach colors in the context of stories and games. These short poems and coloring sheets are an easy way to focus more specifically on Spanish color words and introduce other vocabulary. I have posters of the rhymes with pictures and rectangles of color with the Spanish color words. We read the poem as a group, saying the color word together. After just a few times…

Kids learn Spanish with these easy activities.

It’s time for the Friday Five! Try these activities to speak Spanish with kids. They do not take much preparation and can be done in a short time. Activities #1, #2 and #4 are perfect for beginners. The song in #3 is appropriate for any level. Kids with more Spanish will enjoy the story in #5. 1. Watch this video about clothes. Follow up by printing these cards to play memory.  Then look at pictures with your child and ask…

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…

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