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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5 Graphics to Help Kids Practice Spanish and Learn New Words

I’ve been posting jokes (chistes), poems ( poemas), quotes (dichos), and other things on my social media accounts the last little while, and I realized it might be of benefit to post them here on the blog also! We also found out that it is possible to change the language on Disney + to Spanish! Watching TV in Spanish is such a great way to really improve you understanding…

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New Spanish Courses

This is just a little update on this Spanish learning experiment. My kids finished lesson 37 today. I record the lesson, then have them watch it. I gauge their reaction to the lesson and adjust accordingly for the next lesson. We just started working on learning the verb TENER - to have. It is working well to start with a joke or a quote. I post many of these…

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