BLOG POSTS

Read my latest posts and get inspiration, ideas, and help for your Spanish classroom.

Join my newsletter below if you want to stay in touch!

BIENVENIDOS

I’m so glad you’re here. I would like to welcome parents, educators and and communities out there who share the love and passion of teaching Spanish to children.

Bring La Feria de Cali to your Spanish class!

At this time of the school year we are looking for fun and quick lessons to use in our classrooms. This is very simple and provides you and your students with a window on a small piece of a very diverse culture.Many towns and cities in Colombia have their own...

La caja mágica

Magic boxes are always fun to have, and they are an amazing teaching tool and classroom ritual (college professors of education might even classify them as excellent to use as an "anticipatory set.") My students, from the youngest to the oldest grades, enjoy guessing...

Teaching Spanish to Parents and Tots

I have been teaching parent - child classes for a while and parent involvement is the key to these kinds of programs.Our sessions run for 8 to 10 weeks depending on the season. At the beginning of each session we provide parents with information about the program, the...

Sing, sing, sing! Songs for the otoño!

I know many of you are getting ready in advance for your lesson! Here is a group of videos that I have created and hope help you get ready for the fall! Have fun singing in Spanish!Hojas, hojas (Leaves, leaves)Cinco Calabazas (Five Pumpkins)Yo soy un pavo ( I am a...

OUTDOOR GAMES: El Pato

The weather is finally awesome here in Boston! With the end of the school year approaching so quickly I have decided to take advantage of "el clima" and dedicate the last few days to play outdoor games to review and support some of the units explored...

A song to say “Buenos Días”

Buenos días by 1-2-3 Spanish Together by SpanishTogether Buenos días,                                    Good morning,Buenos días              ...

A song to teach names of fruits in Spanish

¿Cuántas manzanas hay?Vamos a contar cuántas manzanas hay,vamos a contar cuántas manzanas hay.¿Cuántas manzanas hay?Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez.¡Diez manzanas!Learn other names of fruits in Spanish and replace the word manzanas for...

Sí, no

Si, noClick here to buy song                                                        This song is very short but catchy....