Hola amigos y amigas! This holiday season we’ve been thinking a lot about how to incorporate arts and crafts into our kids Spanish classes in a way that promotes the use of the target language and is fun for the students AND the teacher. From our perspective arts and crafts are the perfect way to present the Spanish languageto children in a natural and necessary way. The focus is no longer on “learning” the language, but completing the craft which can be done by listening in Spanish, asking questions in Spanish [or Spanglish ;)] and following a sequence of instructions.
¡Hola amig@s! It’s the end of fall and the Christmas decorations are up! Here are some Spanish teaching resources for the final rush before Christmas and ideas you can use when you come back from Christmas break to get your students speaking Spanish, learning about traditions from around the world and practicing winter themed vocabulary.
If you’re reading this, you’ve made it through the crazy month of October and the beginning of November holidays! ¡Felicidades - sois campeones! The fall holidays are such a great time to mix culture and language to get your kids excited about coming to class, but we know that they can also tak
¡Hola a tod@s! Today we’re excited to talk about teaching high frequency structures in Spanish classes for kids. Why HFS? Because, they’re one of the best ways to get students with a limited language bank speaking with what they know and are learning.
It’s the beginning of fall and in most places that means crisp morning air, shorter but still beautiful days, and the ever exciting changing of the leaves! Not to mention all of the fun holidays and flavorful treats in the upcoming months. This fall we’re celebrating in our Spanish classes for