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Spanish Vocabulary – Printables to Teach Opposites » Spanish Playground

Spanish Vocabulary – Printables to Teach Opposites » Spanish Playground | Spanishkids | Scoop.it
Spanish vocabulary activities for common opposites including printable picture cards and a picture search. These activities make learning basic Spanish words fun for kids.

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Spanish Games for Kids – Matching with Plastic Eggs

Spanish Games for Kids – Matching with Plastic Eggs | Spanishkids | Scoop.it
Spanish games for kids matching two halves of plastic eggs. Children can practice colors, numbers, synonyms, antonyms and other vocabulary. Put pictures in the eggs to reinforce meaning. Use beans to practice counting and simple addition.

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Spanish Playground's curator insight, March 12, 2013 10:08 AM

spanish for kids, spanish games for kids, teach kids spanish

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Online Spanish Games to Practice Colors, Shapes, Numbers and Letter Sounds – The Literacy Center Education Network

Online Spanish Games to Practice Colors, Shapes, Numbers and Letter Sounds – The Literacy Center Education Network | Spanishkids | Scoop.it
Online Spanish games for kids teach colors, shapes, letters and numbers. All the activities have excellent native speaker audio. They are easy to play, with no ads or distractions. Excellent for kids learning Spanish!

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40 Ways to Use Sticky Notes to Teach Kids Spanish » Spanish Playground

40 Ways to Use Sticky Notes to Teach Kids Spanish » Spanish Playground | Spanishkids | Scoop.it
Teach Spanish to children with 40 fun and easy activities using sticky notes. Practice vocabulary, numbers, letters, and colors with these active, hands-on ideas. Kids love sticky notes and with these activities they will love speaking Spanish!

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Ashley Harden's curator insight, February 20, 2013 3:44 PM

Sticky notes are a good way to promote active learning!

Irene Aguilar's curator insight, April 2, 2013 8:26 PM

Great idea! #csusmedu