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Age-appropriate lessons are organized by topics familiar to young learners. Themes include greetings, colors, numbers 0 to 20, foods, clothing, the face, animals, classroom objects, family, community, and the Spanish alphabet. Each topic includes a simple-to-follow teacher lesson plan that outlines activities and includes oral, physical, and very simple written practice. There are many games (both action and board), puzzles, songs, chants, and writing activities.
Try this playful and practical program for teaching and learning basic Spanish. Buena suerte!
Vendor: Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC
BusyMom4 Stars Out Of 5October 12, 2011BusyMomQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4This product makes learning Spanish fun for my kids. They beg to sing the songs and do the flashcards! I was not expecting it to not have everything I needed though. It has you get some other books in Spanish, so I ended up not having everything when I wanted to. The lesson plans are also a little haphazard... perhaps not geared for a homeschooler? I am still very glad that I bought this book!
Christine4 Stars Out Of 5March 11, 2009ChristineHere it is-- lesson plans, ready made worksheets, a variety of fun activities (not all of them are on paper) for a great introduction to Spanish. The book also lists extensive children's books in Spanish to use alongside lessons as well as songs to help gain Spanish vocabulary. I have used this book with my third grader, second grader & first grader all at once. They have gradiated levels up to fifth grade, each one only a little different from the one before: more vocabulary, not much grammatical structure. The only reason I didn't give this product five starts is because there is an assumption that the teacher knows Spanish. Perhaps that goes without saying, but I feel insecure about my own high school background in Spanish and would've benefitted from a pronunciation key. Still, the lessons are basic enough that anyone with a moderate understanding of the Spanish language should be able to use this with great success.