Spanish farm animal activities from OnlineFreeSpanish give kids lots of opportunities to master vocabulary and pronunciation. Nine different games and printable activities include memory, word search, click and match and more.
Kids learn Spanish talking about this photograph of a painter. The description of the picture and the questions that follow are structured to repeat important words and give children confidence. Vocabulary and a translation are included.
Printable paper cities to cut out and use for imaginative play are a wonderful way to speak Spanish with children. Suggestions for using paper cityscape and figures to teach common vocabulary and structures to kids learning Spanish.
Listening to Spanish audio and watching the video as kids describe a common word is a fun way for children to practice Spanish. The words are related to each other, so it is an excellent way to expand vocabulary.
Printable Spanish Fathers Day card with a game to play with Dad! This card has a traditional pirinola, a top used to play a fun game. Give Dad this cute card, then he can cut out the top and play this game.
Spanish jokes are a fun way to practice language with kids. These 10 jokes are simple enough for children learning Spanish to understand and a good way to expose them to new vocabulary, common verbs and dialog.
Spanish days of the week are easy to learn with this fun, silly song. This song has lots of rhythm, a little shouting (¡ja!) and plenty of common vocabulary to keep kids singing and learning. Key vocabulary and video with the lyrics included.
Learn Spanish with Pictures lets kids talk about this great photograph of a little girl playing in the sand - in Spanish! The description and questions are structured to help children understand and to give them confidence with the language.
This Spanish story with pictures lets kids contribute as you read together. It is designed to encourage children learning Spanish to speak the language. You can print the story / counting rhyme as one page, or as a mini book for children to assemble.
A printable Spanish list of summer activities. Kids read in Spanish, choose an activity to do and check off the activities they have done. This list is a fun addition to a print-rich Spanish language environment for kids!
This Spanish song for kids is based on the common phrase ¡Al agua pato! It is well-known and has been recorded by many children's artists. The rhythm and rhyme are fun to sing and it is great for children learning Spanish.
The Itsy, Bitsy Spider in Spanish is a fun way for kids to learn basic words and the sound of the language. The familiar actions and tune make the song easy to learn and movement helps kids understand and remember.
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