5 Ideas To Help Younger Children Practice Spanish at Home
Updated: Aug 25, 2020
It is never too early to start introducing children to another language. In fact, early childhood is an optimal time to introduce Spanish. Children are able to absorb languages quickly and reproduce them without worrying about making mistakes. I have been introducing my son (age 2) to a little bit of Spanish. His first Spanish word was 'pato' (duck)! During this journey I have found these ideas useful....
- Watch some Super Simple Songs in Spanish https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCyY3Wd5x85o8AKXjYSoxFAQ
- Scavenger Hunt - Write down a list of items in Spanish and then the kids can search and tick them off. Works both indoors and out.
- Draw an animal or robot and label the body parts in Spanish.
- SNAP! Play this card game but players must say the number in Spanish when they lay a card.
- Label parts of your house with Spanish words and try and use these words during the day.
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