Spanish ResourcesFor home.
Learning a language is not an easy task, however kids are little sponges that absorb fast what is given to them through play. To help your kids with their Language acquisition, immersion is very important, not only at school but also at home. Here you will find some resources to help your child practice the Spanish language at home, as well as some essential preschool skills.
Remember this aren’t “homework”, these are other playing activities they can enjoy with you, siblings and other family members.
Please start your activities by telling them: “We are going to play….” “Vamos a jugar….”
- PDF with rhymes in Spanish: Rimas-Michuchutren
- Ficha (Card) Partes del cuerpo – Body parts
- Ficha (card) Partes de la cabeza- Head parts
- Baja e imprime el documento para trazar las letras M, P, L, S, T. Download and Print PDF document to trace the letters M, P, L, S, T
- Videos sobre las letras y vocales – Vowels and Letters videos
Loteria en Español Michuchutren
Download a printable version of our Spanish lottery to practice vowels and letters of the Spanish alphabet.
Other Resources for Home
We’ve selected some videos in Spanish for you and your child to practice different themes and have some fun. We have them in our YouTube channel. Playlists have been created by theme and we have also added a couple of TV series.
Learning a new language implies knowing the culture from which it comes. Cooking with Choko bring us how to make “Arepas”.
Aprender un nuevo idioma implica conocer tambien la cultura de donde viene. Cocinando con Choko nos trae como hacer arepas colombianas.
Around this time of year, it is great to celebrate the traditions that we hold dear to our hearts but it can also be fun to learn a little about how other countries celebrate the holidays. Some Hispanic cultures celebrate what is known as Dia de Reyes or The Three wise men day.
“Day of the death”, a Hispanic tradition which has been named Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Learn more and teach your kids about cultural traditions.
The necessary skills to succeed ( and I am not talking just for kindergarten) are the ones that allow them to empathize with peers and teachers, to communicate what they feel and think and their curiosity to learn.