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Story Stones To Create and Inspire {Printable Activity}

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Stories are an integral part of childhood and language development. Story stones are a wonderful way to help children begin to tell stories in Spanish. The stones are colorful and fun to hold and arrange. This is important because children learn language best through movement and active participation. Also, a story stone collection can grow and change as your child acquires more language and different interests.

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Add a Sticker Librito {Printable Activity}

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My students like making mini-books too, especially one I think of as the “add-a-sticker” librito. These books have an object or simple background on each page as a setting. Children use identical stickers to add a “character” and create a wordless book. Then they can tell their story. This is a wonderful language activity for kids learning Spanish.

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Fun and Easy Activities to Introduce Basic Science Vocabulary in Spanish {Printable}

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Play Sol y sombra, a variation of the traditional game Mar y tierra. Line up along the edge of the shadow of a tree or building. The leader calls out sol or sombra and the others players jump to the correct space. For example, she might call sombra, sol, sol, sombra, sombra, sol. Players jump in place if they do not have to cross the line. Like Simon Says, the goal is to trick players into jumping in the wrong space.

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PEEP Science Videos and Activities in Spanish

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PEEP and the Big Wide World introduces kids to science and has a super website with Spanish language resources. By observing and describing the basis of science, kids learn Spanish as they associate words with what they see. Kids learn science by doing, and hands-on is the best way to learn a language too!

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Jump Rope Rhymes en Español {Printable Activity}

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My children can rattle off rhymes they chanted jumping rope when they were small. I have to say, they are not the only ones! I can recite rhymes I jumped to as a child, too. With jump rope rhymes, movement and language work together to reach our minds and memory on the deepest level so that we remember the chants long after we stop jumping rope with our amiguitos.

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Online Spanish Audio – 8 Free Websites to Keep Kids Listening to Spanish This Summer

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If you are looking for ways to expose kids to Spanish during the summer, websites with Spanish audio are an excellent resource. There are sites at all levels with a wide variety of activities. I will mention eight of my favorite sources of online Spanish audio, but be sure to check out the online activities category for more ideas.

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