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Spanish For Kids Windows Phone App

April 26, 2012 2 comments

SpanishKidsphone250We are pleased to announce the release of Version 1.0 of our brand new Spanish For Kids app exclusive to Windows Phone. 

The app is designed to give kids access to simple beginner vocabulary complete with illustrations.  While most apps will stop at the vocabulary we’ve decided to kick it up a notch and give kids a variety of sentences and expressions to use with that vocabulary. 

All of the Spanish vocabulary and phrases will give you the audio with a simple tap of the finger.

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Topics in Version 1.0

  • Greetings
  • About you (your name, age etc.)
  • Animals
  • Colors
  • Transportation
  • Clothing
  • Shapes
  • Body
  • Classroom items
  • Food
  • Family

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Spanish for Kids Lesson 2

February 5, 2012 2 comments

For lesson 2 we venture into your own school and take a look at all kinds of people, places and things that you find at school.

Places at your School in Spanish

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Start off by learning the Spanish names for various rooms and areas both inside and outside of your school.  What do you call “classroom” in Spanish?  Do you enjoy playing sports?  Learn the Spanish names for the baseball diamond, soccer field and the basketball court.  What do you call the “hallway” in Spanish or the Principal’s office?

Listen to the Spanish names for places at your school here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

People at your School in Spanish

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There are a lot of different people that you encounter everyday at school including teachers, support staff, the principal and other students.

Learn the the Spanish names for all of these people that you’ll find at your school.

Listen to the Spanish pronunciation for people at school here.

 

 

 

 

Classroom Items in Spanish

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This is great section of Lesson 2 where you will learn the Spanish names for many different items that you use everyday in the classroom.  In no time you’ll find yourself identifying objects all around the classroom by their Spanish names. Books, pencils, crayons, computers and more; all in Spanish.

Listen to the Spanish pronunciation of many classroom items here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Commands and Phrases for use in the Classroom

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Here you will find some simple words and phrases in Spanish that are commonly used in the classroom.  Usually the teacher will use these but they are helpful also for the parents.

The phrases vary from “sit down”, “stand up” and “write” to phrases such as “form a circle” and “raise your hand”.

Listen to the Spanish commands for the classroom here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Count from 11 to 20 in Spanish

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Lesson 2 expands on your numbers in Spanish vocabulary.  Learn to count in Spanish from 11 to 20.

Count to 20 in Spanish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don’t forget to print out the free Lesson 2 Spanish vocabulary sheets when you are all done and add them to your sheets from lesson 1.

You’ll find those full color PDF Spanish vocabulary sheets here.

Spanish for Kids Lesson 1

January 8, 2012 5 comments

For the first lesson we focus on learning some of the most basic vocabulary and expressions.

Greetings in Spanish

greetings200pxThis is the section of lesson 1 where you can learn how to say hello, goodbye, good morning, please, thank you and similar words and phrases in Spanish. 

Find a friend or parent and put together some of the phrases to form a little conversation.  Don’t forget to use the words wherever you can until you are completely comfortable with them.  For fun try using them when talking on the phone with family members or around the dinner table.

Listen to greetings in Spanish here.

 

 

 

 

Colors in Spanish

colors200pxTo get you started with colors in Spanish we give you 9 basic and common colors.  Some countries have different names for the basic colors such as ‘rosa’ for pink or ‘violeta’ for purple.  Don’t worry so much about that yet as we’ll give you those names later.  For now just concentrate learning these basic colors in Spanish.

Listen to colors in Spanish here.

 

 

 

Shapes in Spanish

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9 basic shapes in Spanish will help to get you started.  Listen to the Spanish name by clicking on the shape and then practise saying the name out loud.  Some names can be tricky so you might need to listen to the names a number of times until you’ve got it just right.

Search for objects in the classroom or around the house and name the shape in Spanish.

Listen to shapes in Spanish here.

 

 

Count to 10 in Spanish

count10-200pxYour first step in counting to 100 in Spanish begins here.  Make sure you listen and practise saying these numbers as they will come in handy in the next section.

You can click on each number to listen to it’s pronunciation or click on the button and listen to all of them.

Learn to count to 10 in Spanish here.

 

 

 

About You in Spanish

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Wow!  We give you a lot of Spanish phrases on this page!  Don’t worry though, they are not that hard to remember.  It might be best to concentrate on a few at a time.

Start by learning the Spanish phrases that talk about your name.  You’ll need a partner to practise.  Ask them what their name is in Spanish and have them answer.  Reverse and have the other person ask you what your name is.

Move on next to talk about your age.  Learn how to ask someone how old they are and then have them ask you. If you are not sure of numbers in Spanish you’ll want to go back and learn to count to ten in Spanish.

Lastly try talking about where you are from in Spanish.  Don’t forget to change the name of the city or country with the name or your city or country.

Listen to these Spanish phrases here.

 

 

Print out the Vocabulary

50VocabSheetsHere you will find the first 5 pages of your very own Spanish vocabulary book.  By the end of lesson 10 you’ll have 50 pages full of Spanish vocabulary for you to practise and enjoy.  Each page is presented with the same vocabulary as the lesson and is illustrated.  They are in PDF format so make sure your Adobe reader is up-to-date.

Print the free Lesson 1 Spanish vocabulary sheets here.