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Children Benefit from Learning Spanish

Although we do everything we can to make learning Spanish fun, we take Spanish for children very seriously. Exposing a child to a second language allows him or her to optimize their learning potential. Standardized testing has shown that Elementary students who studied a foreign language scored higher on tests in reading, math, and language arts. Young children are ideally suited to learn a second language - cognitively, it as easy as learning a first language. Children who have learned a foreign language show greater cognitive development in mental flexibility, creativity, reasoning, and problem-solving. Our Spanish for Kids resources provide everything a child needs to quickly learn Spanish, including over 100 Spanish games to make studying Spanish fun! Also, be certain to check out our Spanish for preschoolers! Learning Spanish for kids can be approached in many different ways as opposed to learning math, which must be done through working math problems. This ability to learn in a variety of ways allows us to create a variety of resources that teach in multiple ways. Spanish for children introduces Spanish in a way that kids will truly enjoy. Our free Spanish lessons for kids, which were developed exclusively for the Spanish for Children section of our website, teach basic conversational Spanish.

Spanish for kids

Spanish Games and Videos for Children

This module offers children different situations related to the communication, in particular, having a business phone conversation, talk about the news and weather, invite someone to dinner, and talk about the communication and its different media. The five dialogues present a level of gradual difficulty for the student to progress in learning and are available in three formats, video, audio and written text, so that the student can choose the most appropriate format. In addition, a series of exercises, notes of grammar, a vocabulary and an information section on communication in Spain.

Spanish Resources for Children

This module offers children a variety of situations related to social life and the family, in particular, having a conversation with an acquaintance or a neighbor, talk about weddings, invite someone to a birthday party and have a condolence phone call The five dialogues present a level of difficulty gradual so that the student can advance in learning and are available in three formats, video, audio and written text, so that the student can choose the most appropriate format. In addition, a series of exercises, notes of grammar, a vocabulary and an information section about social life in Spain.

Spanish for Children

This module offers children a diverse assortment of situations related to the search of employment, in particular, having a telephone conversation to make an appointment or to cancel it, hold a job interview, and talk about job offers. The five dialogues present a gradual level of difficulty so that the student can advance learning and are available in three formats, video, audio and written text, so that the student can choose the most appropriate format. Also, It offers a series of exercises, grammar notes, a vocabulary and a section of information on job search in Spain.

Resources for Teaching Children Spanish

This module offers children various scenarios related to working life, in particular, having a conversation with a director and with fellow students job, talk about types of jobs, ask for information about training courses training for workers and hiring a service from another company. The five Dialogues present a gradual level of difficulty so that the student can advance learning. The dialogues are available in three formats, video, audio and written text, so that the student can choose the most appropriate format. In addition, a series of exercises, grammar notes, a vocabulary and a information section on working life in Spain

Spanish Resources for Young Learners

This module offers children different encounters related to health, in particular, have a conversation with the doctor or in case of emergencies, know how to order medications, describe body parts and symptoms, and ask for clarifications about their own state of health. The five dialogues present a level of gradual difficulty so that the student can progress in learning and are available in three formats, video, audio and written text, so that the student can choose the most appropriate format. In addition, a series of exercises, notes of grammar, a vocabulary and a section of health information in Spain.







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