Conversation Jenga! Write questions on the blocks and have students answer as they play. Get your students speaking Spanish (or French, or German, or whatever language you teach!) and make conversation practice their favorite part of class.
Parents of my students often ask me how they can start speaking Spanish with their children at home. Most of them have studied Spanish at some point and are comfortable reading and pronouncing the language, but do not have enough fluency or vocabulary to use it naturally. I encourage them to do the take-home activities I provide, to read picture books, listen to music and sing with their children. I also provide them with common Spanish phrases that they can use in everyday situations with…
Feelings in Spanish are important words for kids. This fun infographic has pictures and vocabulary to help children express 16 emotions in Spanish. http://www.spanishplayground.net/feelings-in-spanish-infographic/
18 Reasons to Learn A New Language [Infographic] .. [.. I speak 'Spanish' .&. was Employed for 10yrs as a Para-Professional: I worked with Students .&. their Teachers in Class .. I <3'd My Work .. Retired Now .. My Spanish still comes in Handy as We live in a MultiLingual Area .. 2 of My Kidz are Fluent also .. My Oldest worked as a Translator .&. a Receptionist .. The Other worked as a Supervisor for a Resturaunt which hired Spanish Speakers .. It 'PAYS' to Learn a Language !!! ..]