Category: Spanish Questions for Kids

There are 8 sets of questions on Spanish Playground that I refer to with my students as Una preguntita. They cover a range of levels, so you can choose the ones that fit your needs. I have had several requests for a printable with the questions, so I complied them in 147 Questions for Kids Learning Spanish. Una preguntita encourages kids to draw on information they know to understand Spanish. Although some words in the questions may be new, kids…

Questions in Spanish are useful for all kinds of activities and games. Children also have fun asking each other, or their parents, questions. This is an excellent way to practice lots of vocabulary. Una preguntita is a collection of questions in Spanish that encourage kids to draw on information they know to understand what they hear. I add new sets of questions on a regular basis. Although some words in the questions will be new, kids use their knowledge as…

These printable Spanish questions and pictures are an excellent activity for language learners. They are part of Una preguntita, a continually growing collection of questions that encourage kids to draw on information they know to understand Spanish. These questions in Spanish are great for board games, classroom games or just asking for fun. This set of Spanish questions is based on simple pictures. Kids listen to the question and identify which of the four pictures is the answer. Children can…

Una preguntita is a continually growing collection of questions in Spanish that encourage kids to draw on information they know to understand what they hear. Although some words in the questions will be new, kids use their knowledge as context to understand and answer. You can find a more complete explanation of using knowledge as context here, along with suggestions for using the questions. The category Spanish Questions for Kids has additional question sets. Be sure to check back for…

These questions in Spanish are useful for all kinds of activities, including board games, classroom games or just asking each other for fun. Children learn many of these words and structures in elementary school. They also are familiar with the content. Of course, what kids understand will depend on their level and age. You can always reword the questions to make them easier for your students or children to understand. Una preguntita is a continually growing collection of questions that…

These Spanish questions are based on vocabulary children learn early in their exposure to the language. The questions include words for numbers, seasons, colors, animals and food. I use questions like these for all kinds of games and activities, including board games. Una preguntita is a growing collection of questions that encourage kids to draw on information they know to understand Spanish. Although some words in the questions will be new, kids use their prior knowledge as context to understand…

This set of Spanish questions is based on some of the first vocabulary that children learn. The questions include words for numbers, body parts, colors, animals and food. I use questions like these for all kinds of activities, including board games and classroom games. Una preguntita is a continually growing collection of questions that encourage kids to draw on information they know to understand Spanish. Although some words in the questions will be new, kids use their prior knowledge as…

Una preguntita is a continually growing collection of questions that encourage kids to draw on information they know to understand Spanish. These questions are perfect for all kinds of games and activities. Although some words in the questions will be new, kids use their prior knowledge as context to understand and answer. You can find a more complete explanation of using knowledge as context here and a set of questions for very beginners here. Be sure to check back for…

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