Spanish games and apps for children learning language.

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These printable Spanish activity books have a selection of educational games for kids of different ages. Dodot is a Spanish company that makes diapers and wipes. On their website they offer these printables and a variety of online games. The activity books, or workbooks, are called cuadernillos. Each has 10 pages, 8 pages of activities with a cover and a final page. Of course, you can print just the pages you are going to use. There are two books for…

Ready for a multicultural adventure? You may have seen my post about this amazing group of Multicultural Kid Blogs. We have slowly been building our presence on the web, first with a Facebook page, then a subscription to all of our Facebook pages, and now finally our own Twitter and Pinterest accounts. Now, we are officially launching the Multicultural Kid Blogs website, where you can discover our member blogs, learn about our blogging carnivals, find great products and books, and…

I do not belong to many groups. I have certainly never belonged to a group as cool as Multicultural Kid Blogs before. This group of bloggers spans the globe. Although most write in English, they speak dozens of languages and negotiate even more cultures. It is a privilege to be included, and I am happy to be able share this list of wonderful authors with Spanish Playground readers. Starting in late July, the new Multicultural Kid Blogs website will feature…

Chile Crece Contigo was established by the Chilean government to support and protect children and families. As one small part of this extensive information and education portal, they offer Spanish online games for preschoolers. These well-designed games are an excellent introduction to preschool vocabulary and concepts for Spanish language learners. There are 5 online games, most with several levels. The games with audio are particularly well-suited to children learning Spanish. The link to the activities is at the end of…

Kids Yoga Stories recently published an post with a sequence of farm-related yoga poses for children. In addition to being great fun, this activity is a wonderful Spanish language lesson for farm vocabulary. Yoga poses are also a good way to review body parts. In this post, I will talk about how to incorporate a Spanish language component into the sequence, but you will need to go to the original post for the poses and other important information about yoga…

Educapeques is an educational portal with lots of resources for teachers and parents. On the website, Editorial Educapeques of Spain offers games, printables, stories and poems for children. Many of the activities and materials can be used with Spanish language learners. You will want to explore Educapeques to find what best fits your situation, but I will mention a few materials that work well with kids learning Spanish. Printable Spanish Games for Kids This printable Juego de letras is a…

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