Learn Spanish with Spanish Mama
Learn Spanish for Kids! Do you want your kids to learn Spanish? Are you teaching Spanish to kids? The best way to learn Spanish is with resources and engaging activities. This “Learn Spanish for Kids” series on Bilingual Kidspot is hosted by Spanish Mama
Through this FREE Spanish language learning series, you can expect your kids to learn basic Spanish words and vocabulary in a fun and easy way. These online lessons are aimed at teaching children (and adults) the basics of the Spanish language.
Why Learn Spanish?
Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world and is the one of the best languages to learn in order to get ahead. Spanish is the primary language of Spain, Central and South America, and many of the US population who are bilingual, speak Spanish.
Spanish resources are also widely available because of it’s popularity, and normally aren’t difficult to find. Check out this post for more reasons to learn Spanish!
Who is Spanish Mama?
Spanish Mama is a website for teachers and parents, to help teach children of all ages about the Spanish language. Spanish Mama writes about Spanglish living and teaching Spanish and provides Spanish resources and teaching ideas.
Elisabeth Alvarado – “Spanish Mama” is a Spanish teacher and mother of two children living in Peru. With a degree in Elementary Education from UNC-Chapel Hill, Elisabeth has taught grades K-12 for the past 12 years.
Elisabeth’s experiences as learner drive her passion to teach real-life Spanish. She found that years of classes taught her about Spanish, but they didn’t prepare her for actual communication. After college, she moved to Peru for several years and reached fluency in Spanish through daily immersion. Her goal is to develop students who can use the language naturally, with confidence.
In raising her own bilingual kids, she also observed how young kids naturally pick up language. As she moved from teaching high school to developing lessons for younger learners, Elisabeth continued her focus on teaching real language in context, not just isolated words and rules. She believes even young pre-schoolers need rich input, and teaches through songs, games, stories, and conversation.
Learn Spanish for Kids – Teaching Basic Spanish
New Lesson coming July 2018