If you have small children and you’ve made talking in the minority language with your child a habit from the early days, you might find these three tips useful in getting them to talk more in the heritage language
When I see Alba having full (three-year-old) conversations in Spanish with my mother on videocalls or with any Spanish speaker friends, my heart swells.
Spanish is a language spoken as a native language by more than 480 million people. There are also more than 90 million non-native speakers, making Spanish one of the most widely spoken languages in the world.
Meet Maia, our Spanish language teacher!
The ultimate list to keep up Spanish at home!
Babyradio.es is a Radio station for children and parents where children can listen to music, fairy tales, educational programs etc from Spain and Latin America. A fantastic way to explore the world and develop children’s imagination while at home. Lots of fun para los pequeños! A full directory of radios for Spanish speaker children can be found here.
Planinfantil provides a series of activities, including arts and crafts, theatre and recipes, to do at home in Spanish thought especially for the lockdown.
Free online theatre. In this website it’s possible to register for free and watch theatre plays for children in Spanish.
A directory of stories in Spanish that you can read to your children: www.conmishijos.com/
www.conmishijos.com – a blog for parents with plenty of ideas for learning through having fun and building children’s creativity through DIY and art at home.
lavozdelmuro.net 50+ activities to enjoy et home with children of all ages.
This is a YouTube channel that guide small children through the basic of the Spanish language with a lot of fun!
A book to learn meditation with the parents in Spanish.
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