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Spanish For Kids Receives an Update

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New Spanish Vocabulary

We’ve been hard at work over the last few months preparing a major update to our Spanish for Kids Grade 1 pages.

The vocabulary has been reorganized into 10 themed free Spanish lessons.  Each lesson contains a number of vocabulary pages.  A lot of new vocabulary has been added and all of the Flash audio has been remade.

Each themed lesson includes counting in Spanish with audio up to 100.  In lesson 1, learn to count to 10.  In lesson 2, count to 20 and so on.

50VocabSheets50 New Spanish Vocabulary Sheets

To compliment this massive amount of work we’ve also added 50 completely free, fully illustrated, Spanish vocabulary sheets in PDF format for downloading and printing.  Teachers are free to download and print them for use in their classrooms.

Spanish Lesson Booklets Coming Soon

We are still not finished updating the Spanish Grade 1 section.  Next on our list is the creation of our Lesson Booklets to accompany each Spanish lesson.  Hopefully we’ll start publishing those booklets early in 2012.

Feedback

We have scoured these new sections for errors and problems with links.  If you find any please let us know so that we can get those repaired.

Feel free to comment on the material as well.  We are always looking at ways to improve the site and the materials.

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  1. September 13, 2013 at 2:38 pm

    Why just the first 5 activity sheets? There are 12 in all in the first lesson. Why can’t I print the other sheets?

    • September 13, 2013 at 3:23 pm

      All of the activity should be available for printing. We just tested them and all of them appear to be available and printable. You may need to update your adobe reader. Check adobe.com to download the most recent version.

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