Category: Spanish tip

Spanish Tip of the Week: Camping in the Woods

Heading into nature for a night under the stars or in a tent? For this week’s Spanish tip of the week, we’ve put together some phrases to use while camping, so you can practice Spanish with your little one! Enjoy nature and your wonderful families! Happy summer! De campamento al bosque…………………………………Camping in the woods Me… Read more »

Spanish Tip of the Week: Exotic Animals

Summer is in full swing! Around Boston, there are plenty of great zoos in the area to explore with your little ones. For today’s Spanish Tip of The Week, we’ve put together a list of some of the exotic animals you may find at the zoo. Practice these words in Spanish as you Explore! Exotic… Read more »

Spanish Tip of the Week: Playdough

Just in time for summer break, we’re sharing our Spanish Tip of the Week – PLAYDOUGH   Hay muchísimos beneficios para el desarrollo del niño cuando están usando Plastilina. Aquí compartimos algunos de ellos: There are many benefits for your child’s development when they’re using PLAYDOUGH. Here we’re sharing just some of them: It helps… Read more »

Spanish Tip of the Week: Muy Vs. Mucho

To get back on track with our blog, we’re starting up our Spanish Tip of the Week! Every week, we’ll share some information about the Spanish language, some new words, a fun fact or incorporating it into your everyday life! Today, we’re looking at: MUY VS MUCHO To talk about quantities and amounts, in Spanish… Read more »

Spanish Tip of the Week: El INVIERNO

Our Spanish Tip for this week is all about Winter . . . The winter in New England has been very cold and strong this year. El invierno en Nueva Inglaterra ha sido muy frio y fuerte este año. Los arboles no tienen hojas. The trees don’t have leaves. Todo el paisaje es blanco. All… Read more »

Spanish Tip of the Week: Thanksgiving Vocabulary

Just in time for Thanksgiving: Spanish Tips of the Week are BACK. Do something different and add a little Spanish fun to the table! Use some Spanish vocabulary to talk about the food you will eat, to have a conversation, and to surprise everyone. Here’s some Thanksgiving vocabulary: Turkey- El Pavo (pah-voe)Stuffing- El Relleno (reh-ye-no)Cranberries-… Read more »

Spanish Tip – Keeping Spanish Fun!!

A great way to keep children interested in practicing Spanish is to make it fun! Children want to speak and interact with the people they admire and about the things that interest them. Who do they admire most? You! Tie Spanish into family game night or watch a favorite movie in Spanish! Another fun way… Read more »