Elementary spanish

Discover fun and effective ways to learn elementary Spanish and start speaking the language with confidence. Explore top ideas and resources to make your language journey enjoyable and successful.
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Are you interested in FREE Spanish resources for your child? You can access these, right here, inside the blog! You will find FREE Spanish learning website, FREE Spanish apps, FREE Spanish lessons, and so much more! Plus, you will also find our affordable homeschool Spanish curriculum, Llamitas Spanish, with authentic and beautifully illustrated lessons, perfect for preschool or elementary-aged children! You don’t want to miss out on these great resources! Click here to get started!

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Llamitas Spanish®| Homeschooling Curriculum| Bilingual Parenting
Taco Tuesday is one of my FAVORITE games to play each year! This competitive activity is designed with middle and high school Spanish students in mind, but I have seen it played at lower levels as well! This tutorial post will talk you through game prep, gameplay, and various differentiation ideas to try with all of your language learners. Editable templates are available, as well as pre-made game sets. Digital options are ready now too! Click through to learn more! High School, Spanish Games, Spanish Class, Spanish Activities, Spanish Lessons, Spanish Teacher, Spanish Students, Spanish Lesson Plans, Spanish Classroom

Taco Tuesday is one of my FAVORITE games to play each year! This competitive activity is designed with middle and high school Spanish students in mind, but I have seen it played at lower levels as well! This tutorial post will talk you through game prep, gameplay, and various differentiation ideas to try with all of your language learners. Editable templates are available, as well as pre-made game sets. Digital options are ready now too! Click through to learn more!

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sabina alvarez
You Pre K, Spanish Activities, Elementary Spanish, Teaching Spanish, Spanish Language Learning, Spanish Games For Kids, Preschool Spanish, Spanish Class, Spanish Lessons

I based this active Spanish color game on an activity kids do in P.E class. It works well for the early grades and you can use it with letters, numbers or other vocabulary. I teach a lot of younger students, so I use active Spanish games in every class.

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Ashley Jones
Pre K, Films, Spanish Songs, Songs For Kids, Kids Songs, Spanish Lessons For Kids, Spanish Language Learning, Spanish Lessons, Spanish Kids

Inside: A guide to Spanish songs by themes and learning levels. Music in Spanish is an entire world, packed with amazing rhythms, poetry, and dance. Latin music is a complex phenomenon that reflects the complex history of Latin America, a mixed region whose social environment has forged some of the most beautiful sounds in the world. - Latin Music History You can find songs in Spanish for every mood and age. I've been creating song lists for a while and have many more to go, but this page is…

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Megan Pfleger
Brain Breaks, Did You Know, Attention Span, Learning Spanish, Teaching Lessons Plans, Dual Language Classroom, Spanish Lessons For Kids, Spanish Language Learning, Teaching Spanish

Did you know that after nine minutes of an online class most kids start to tune out? You can increase that number to somewhere between 10-30 minutes for in-person classes. Kids (and adults!) have a limited attention span which makes planning for breaks an essential part of any lesson. So, please, please, please… pause that

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Lindsey Jones