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Counting Spanish numbers as a learning activity

Counting Spanish numbers can be easy when a fun game of collecting counting coins can be used. Children love to play games. In this fun game of counting, children will collect different sets of coins to help the leprechaun fill his pot of gold. Once the leprechaun has all the four sets of coins, children can earn rewards or stickers. The best part of the…

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Learning through senses of taste, hear, and touch

Learning through senses of taste, hear, and touch can help us discover new things everyday. The five senses altogether help us see nature around us. How do they work? You can learn how the five senses work in our bodies in this Spanish lesson. Also, it’s great to incorporate the Spanish bilingual terms. When we learn through our senses, we can experience the world around…

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Five senses in Spanish for kids

When learning the five senses in Spanish, kids need to learn the simple basics of how our senses helps us get around. In this Spanish lesson for kids, the five senses are presented in a brief science description, the sense of sight and smell, keywords to know, and a learning activity to reinforce the lesson.  In studying the five senses in Spanish, it’s easy to…

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Finger painting activity: Learning Spanish colors

What makes a great learning activity for children? Finger painting is a good way for children to learn about sensory and language skills. Many children enjoy the messy display of colors and paint onto a paper.

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Spanish lesson for kids: Learning about colors

Colors, magnificent as they are, can describe the very essence of where we live. They illustrate every single detail about where and how we see the world around us. From a shirt to a milk cup, colors can tell us whether the shirt is red or the milk cup is yellow. But how can our eyes detect and identify the different colors we see? In…

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Educational Spanish music: 4 reasons to motivate children to learn

From “Itsy Bitsy Spider” to “Old MacDonald had a Farm”, these classic rhymes and songs have helped children with language skills, vocabulary, memorization, and syllable formation. Children can capture the essence of reading by using music to learn. What a fun way to learn concepts by just singing your favorite tunes. That’s what many experts consider educational music or music learning to be. In educational music…

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3 methods in learning Spanish: Translation, interpretation and transcription

When looking up for that word that has endless meaning or you just don’t know what it means, what do you do? Do you run to your electronic dictionary tucked away in your pocket or cellular phone? Or, better yet, do you have an electronic device that translates words for you? But let’s consider that using translators has to be the last resort to use…

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