1. Nacho Books

When you first visit Nacho Books, you can sign up for their weekly Newsletter. Nacho Books has been able to help teach kids Spanish for 60 years. Their website has many resources to choose from. You can also follow them on Instagram, which is where I messaged them to ask which book would be the best choice to start helping kids learn Spanish. Their answer, El Gran Nacho (pictured below). It begins with activities that teach the vowel letters with vocabulary words. It moves on to consonant vowel pairings to make words like mama, papa, bebe, etc.

I really like how it progresses into phrases and handwriting to reinforce what kids are learning. I recommend supplementing this workbook with homemade index cards where you can help kids identify the vowels as well as the words that you learn throughout the book. Extra writing practice on a separate notebook or white board and dry erase marker is also recommended. Nacho Books also has reading books and a dictionary. If interested, you can sign up for their Virtual Language Camp. Check out their website and explore all the possibilities.

  • Make sure to visit their Youtube Channel to watch their How To Videos:
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2. Duolingo

Duolingo is a free app with an option to purchase more abilities within the app. It has a variety of languages to learn. This app can be downloaded to a phone or tablet device. What I like about the app is that it starts off with illustrations and vocabulary words building you up to short phrases and it also asks you to read sentences where it listens to your answer to check for accuracy. If you get a wrong answer it will give you the correct answer and the question repeats later to give you a second chance. I recommend having a notebook when using the app, to help you write down words in different learning categories.

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3. Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is a Great Website to use to help you find resources. This website has resources that are used and created by teachers. You don’t have to be a teacher to sign up and purchase materials. TeachersPayTeachers.com Using this site can be a little overwhelming because there is so much to choose from. There are many creators that give out free samples as well as creators that sell bundles with so much to use right at home. So if you are a parent, tutor, educator that is looking for resources to help you teach your littles a new language, simply click in the search bar and type: “Bilingual Resources” , “Bilingual Worksheets”, “Spanish Worksheets” , “Spanish Resources”, or “Spanish Vocabulary”. With a little searching, I know you will find what you need to teach kids Spanish. If you need English resources, you simply do the same in the Search Bar.

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Here are some Resources that you can look through that I personally used.

4. Spanish Playground

If you’re looking for more Free Spanish Resources, then you should visit Spanish Playground. They have printable books that your child can also color pages, add details to a story in Spanish, Spanish stories with Cut outs, and more items in their menu that will help you teach your Family Spanish. What I love about this page is that they also have a Youtube Channel where they speak Spanish in a slow and understandable pace. Check them out!

5. Material Didactico Rayitas

Material Didactico Rayitas is a website that has a variety of Spanish Resources to teach kids. They offer a VIP membership, Free Resources, and Pictures to give you ideas on what to do with the resources you choose. I really liked using this resource when I use to be in the classroom teaching Spanish because it was very Kid Friendly. If you are using Google Chrome to view their website, it will have an option to translate everything into English. Also be aware that there is a drop down menu at the top where you can choose which type of currency you’d like to see their items priced. It automatically chooses to Mexican Pesos as the preferred type of currency.

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