Spanish - Week by week ideas, songs, games, and activities for teaching a preschool Spanish class. Teach with authentic songs, and learn language through words in context through stories.

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10 Key Components of a Preschool Spanish Lesson

Preschool Spanish Lesson 6: Los colores. Song for learning the colors in Spanish, for kids.

Learn the Colors in Spanish for Kids: Stories, Songs, Games, and More

Lesson 6 Goals: I can recognize some colors. Target Structures: me gusta, no me gusta, te gusta (repeated from last week), los colores, pinta Note: You may want

Spanish hand clapping games combine language, rhythm and movement. Kids learn vocabulary and grammar playing these 10 traditional games. Printable included.

10 Spanish Hand Clapping Games for Language Learners

Spanish hand clapping games combine language, rhythm and movement. Kids learn vocabulary and grammar playing these 10 traditional games. me encanto para ensenar a los ninos

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Activity Dice Free Printable -  Great for preschoolers and toddlers.

Printable Activity Dice - Animal Dice Games for Kids

Introduce fruits with this colorful 18 x 24 in. poster that includes a free…

Spanish Fruits Poster

Introduce fruits with this colorful 18 x 24 in. poster that includes a free guide with teaching suggestions and practice worksheets. For more practice with fruits, see Gustar + noun here.

I teach this song at the beginning of the year, it is a simple way to introduce some basic vocabulary. For the remainder of the year, we sing this song as we end our Spanish instruction. Students know it is time to line up and transition back to their regular class. It is a lovely ending to our time together. Learn Spanish and have fun!♥ Includes song, two student worksheets, and coloring page.

Back to School, Spanish Goodbye Song + student activity sheets and flash cards

I teach this song at the beginning of the year, it is a simple way to introduce some basic vocabulary. For the remainder of the year, we sing this song as we end our Spanish instruction. Students know it is time to line up and transition back to their reg

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