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The Bilingual Baby DVD is a wonderful collection of images to support a voice-over narration of basic Spanish words and…

This make-your-own online puppet show is a great way to get kids speaking Spanish or any language. Start by choosing…

This is a collection of videos to use in the classroom, and many of them are short and appropriate for…

OnlineFreeSpanish has added a section of activities on Spanish syllables and the first one is ready to go! I am…

A text-rich environment is very important for children learning Spanish. One of the difficulties of teaching Spanish as a minority…

Teaching Spanish to kids is amazing fun, but it can be taxing. We all need materials to draw on and…

1. There are 51 million Latinos in the U.S. today, and I want my children to be able to talk…

Picture books in Spanish are one of the best language learning tools you can use with children.  Even as kids…

Stories without words are useful tools for teaching Spanish to children. These wordless picture books engage children actively with the…

I recently wrote about a song to teach children the vowel sounds in Spanish. The song A,E,I,O,U is by Carolina…

One of the biggest challenges for Spanish teachers and parents teaching Spanish to their children is providing sufficient input at…

Since I wrote this post, I am sorry to say Fundación Telefónica has stopped funding La biblio de los chicos…

Recently,  I have had several parents ask for recommendations for toys to give as gifts to their children who are…

You can turn this routine worksheet into an effective Spanish learning tool by using the pictures in different ways.  This…

Reading to your child in Spanish is one of the best ways to expose her to the Spanish language.  Many…

“I like it!”  “I don’t like that!”   Children express what they like and don’t like many times every day.  It…

The Spanish verb querer, to want, can be used in many daily interactions with your child. In Spanish, verbs change…

In Spanish, verbs change to match the subject of the sentence. Children learn Spanish verb forms if they are exposed…

The verb phrase vamos a + infinitive ( the base form of a verb), translates into English as “let’s +…

Drawing, or coloring, with your child can be a wonderful Spanish language activity. The key is to talk about what…

Me gusta (I like it.). ¡Me gusta mucho! (I like it a lot!). No me gusta (I don’t like it.)…

Here are some phrases to help you incorporate numbers in Spanish into your day. ¿Cuántos hay? – How many are…

Structure interactions in Spanish so that your child has fun and is successful. The following steps will help you teach…

I really didn’t play with my kids that much when they were little. I read to them a lot, but…

Teach your child the words for the rooms of the house in Spanish.  You can use them in lots of…

Pronunciation matters! Be sure that your child hears as much native-speaker Spanish as possible by using videos, music and audio…

1. Introduce new words in sets of three.  Work with those words, and then introduce two or three more.  A…

1. Incorporate words and simple phrases into your daily routine. Children understand, and learn, language in context. You will find…