Craft ideas to practice your Spanish autumn vocabulary

These craft ideas will help you practice your Spanish autumn vocabulary. Children love crafts and parents generally do too, unless you expect it to be incredibly messy and out of control… or maybe that’s just me… While doing a craft activity, children are focused because they have to use their hands and manipulate new textures…

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Spanish for young children

Spanish for young children

September is a great time to plan and start new projects, we have a great Spanish programme for young children. why not learn a language Spanish with us? We have been working hard to welcome you to our club, the doors are now open, everything is ready to start learning Spanish with us. “Science indicates…

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If you could, would you offer a Second Language at your Nursery?

would you offer a second Language at your nursery?

If you could, would you offer a second language at your nursery? The early years forms a critical stage in children’s development and all educators strive to maximise children’s potentials. When educators are looking for well rounded curricula that will fulfil  the promise of  a better education to offer our children the very best opportunity at…

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Learn the colours in English and Spanish

learn the colours in English and Spanish

Why not learn the colours in English and Spanish at the same time. Children love colours and parents play a main role in helping them learn, here are some useful tips to help children learn the colours in English and Spanish. Children usually learn about colour during their preschool years. The ability to identify colours…

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Can babies learn a second language?

can babies learn a second language?

When we think about educational activities for our babies and toddlers, many parents will ask themselves, Can babies learn a second language? There are many things that we can do with our babies and toddlers and we all want the best for them, but is trying to introduce a second language at an early age…

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Are you learning Spanish with your children? These tips on TV programmes can help

Learning Spanish with your children

Learning Spanish with your children could be your great plan from this summer. A fantastic way to spend time together doing something educational and fun. We have a lot of tips on our blog to help out and today I want to share some educational programmes that can add to your learning Spanish with your…

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Get into the holiday mood and learn Spanish with your children

Get into the holiday mood and learn Spanish with your children

You can get into the summer holiday mood and learn Spanish with your children. Why not prepare my favourite Spanish summer recipe and learn some new words together. My ultimate summer food is Gazpacho! Luckily you can find it in every Spanish supermarket in handy carton to keep nice and cool in the fridge. On…

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Using your hands, a powerful learning tool

According to developmental experts, manual dexterity is directly tied to cognitive development. “It’s through her hands that your baby demonstrates the link between thought and action,” says Rhoda Erhardt, a paediatric occupational therapist in who specializes in hand function. That’s why it’s important to track your child’s hand development and encourage her fine motor skills.…

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Practice Spanish with your children, your toddler will love these books!

Practice Spanish with your children

This is a great way to practice Spanish with your children. We love these books, and we are sure your toddler will love them too! I am sure my dad read to me every bedtime, I can’t quite remember but I do remember him reading to my little brother and me, at 14, telling him…

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Give it a go, learn Spanish with your children

learn spanish with children

It is time to give it a go! Learn Spanish with your children. You learned a language at school, you loved playing around with the different sounds in your mouth, a bit like chewing gum: “Bonjour mon ami” pursing your lips, bringing the ‘r’ down to your throat, giving your hair a flick in real…

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