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This picture book introduces children to common Spanish vocabulary. A guide for parents and educators is included at the back of the book. For a translation, use the More information link below.

Busca los colores

Busca los colores This picture book introduces children to common Spanish vocabulary. A guide for parents and educators is included at the back of the book. For a translation, use the More information link below.

Thanks to this fictitious dialogue you can listen, read and practice the correcto form to talk in Spanish in a restaurant.

Spanish Vocabulary – Crafts with Kids Pipe cleaner? Giltter? Here is a list of Spanish vocabulary for doing arts and crafts with children.

Spanish Vocabulary – Crafts with Kids

Spanish Vocabulary – Crafts with Kids Pipe cleaner? Here is a list of Spanish vocabulary for doing arts and crafts with children.

Spanish opposites to teach kids vocabulary.

Spanish Opposites: Printable Activities

Spanish opposites to learn vocabulary. Printable cards and pictures searches with opposites and suggestions for using the activities with Spanish learners.

Spanish Rhyming Phrases - teach some and have kids come up with their own!

I Teach Dual Language: De nada, empanada: Spanish Rhyming Phrases - Note: My classroom children love rhyming to this and find it funny.especially since we have a "Jose'" in the classroom.

Four corners activity: incorporating movement is an effective way to teach Spanish vocabulary and common Spanish grammatical structures with kids learning Spanish. http://lugarparapensar.wordpress.com/2014/09/24/four-corners-take-vocabulary-practice-out-o

Four Corners: Take vocabulary practice out of the classroom!

Four corners activity: incorporating movement is an effective way to teach Spanish vocabulary and common Spanish grammatical structures with kids learning Spanish. - This would be great for improving my 3 year olds English vocabulary

Foreign Language: Spanish, At Home

Spanish video lessons - supposed to be good. something to do after Salsa?

¡Es primavera! - a free ebook to read with kids learning Spanish

¡Es primavera!

Bright photographs and simple text teach children common Spanish vocabulary associated with spring and the verb "veo" (I see). A translation and a guide for parents and teachers are included in the back of the book.

Baúl - Spanish (and English) animated educational videos. Click the speech bubble for subtitles.

MISCELLANEOUS: movies, lessons, all in native spanish. The speech bubble turns on closed captions.

Spanish vocabulary games for kids using drawings of stick figures.

Spanish Vocabulary Games with Stick Figures

Spanish vocabulary games for kids using stick figures and a printable activity for practicing common vocabulary. Kids read and add details to stick figures.

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