Posts Tagged: learn

Spanish Tip of the Week: We are Going on a Plane Trip

We are Going on a Plane Trip Nos Vamos de Paseo en Avión If you are traveling this holiday season, make it a fun opportunity learn and practice new Spanish words with your child! They will love the new experience and using their new vocabulary as they travel! To help, we’ve put together a list… Read more »

Thanksgiving in Spanish

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. 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- Los Arándanos (are-and-ah-nose) Potatoes-… Read more »

Reading is Key to Raising Bilingual Children!

Exposing children to a second language naturally is the most effective way to support second language learning. One of the most  impressionable ways we have found at Pine Village is to read as much as possible! Reading is key in language development in children and has endless benefits. Along with increased vocabulary, enhanced concentration and… Read more »

Back to School Spanish Tip of the Week

And just like that, we’re back to reality! School has just barely begun and things are already in full swing! We are so excited to have your little ones back and beyond thrilled to be working with them over the next year. September is such an fun-filled month for us – we love getting to know our… Read more »

Spanish Tip of the Week: ίToma!

ίToma! “Toma” is a simple phrase you can start practicing today with your children! It has many meanings and it can be used in lots of circumstances! Toma….Here you go/Take it. Toma el juguete….Take the toy. Toma una siesta….Take a nap. Toma una foto….Take a picture. Toma un pedazo de papel….Take the piece of paper…. Read more »

Boston Summer Fun in Spanish

  It’s that time of the summer. The rush of excitement for summer vacation is starting to fade. Kids are getting bored. Parents are getting cranky. You need some new ideas for things to do to keep everyone occupied, while also not breaking the bank. We’ve added some Spanish vocabulary words so you can practice… Read more »