Vocabulario para la primavera – Vocabulary for Spring!

Here is a list of vocabulary words to use when talking about Spring! Notice that the seasons are not capitalized in Spanish. Anyway, this is really great because you can help your child practice descriptions. Talk about the picture by having them say things like: Hay árboles y flores. There are trees and flowers. Hay un niño. There is a boy. Hay una mariposa. There is a butterfly. Los…

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Spanish Nursery Rhymes – ¿Dónde están las llaves?

Just as nursery rhymes are great for kids learning their own language, they are also great for learning other languages. This one is called ¿Dónde están las leaves? Where are the keys? This song/rhyme originated in France, but is popular in most all of the Spanish speaking countries. The "materile, rile, ron chimpón" lines don't mean anything, they are just catchy to sing! It can also be turned into…

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