The Spanish for Kids Starter Kit

 

This is my collection of beginner lessons, worksheets, printables, and activities that teach Spanish for kids. I want to help families get started in learning Spanish together!

The easiest way to use this starter kit is to print out each section of the eBook (or at least the activities), and read the stories on your computer or device. Then you can read the blog posts that go with each lesson and easily refer to the worksheets and materials.

If you’d like to prepare even more before starting these Spanish lessons with your kids, read my post on learning Spanish at home for kids, or try my email challenge for 10 days of prepping your family to learn Spanish together!

 

 

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As you are prepping your space to learn Spanish together, here’s a set of printable posters to put up around your home:

 

The lessons below include a note to parents to help prepare and guide the activities, in addition to the printables themselves. I suggest filling up your home with as much Spanish as possible as you are learning together! Here are resources to help you teach your kids Spanish, even if you don’t speak it yourself:

This preface equips parents with high-frequency phrases and resources for teaching Spanish at home.

To read the blog posts that go with each lesson, see the Starter Kit for Kids series, hosted at Bilingual Kidspot. 

 

Download Teach Your Kids Spanish Lesson 1: learning greetings in Spanish. This lesson has flashcards, games, worksheets, and activities for helping kids learn to introduce themselves and meet people in Spanish. 

 

Printables, games, posters, and more for Teach Your Kids Spanish Lesson 2: parts of the body and common objects in Spanish. 

 

Printables, games, posters, and more for Teach Your Kids Spanish Lesson 3: the numbers in Spanish for kids.  

 

Printables, games, posters, and more for Teach Your Kids Spanish Lesson 4: family members in Spanish. 

 

Printables, games, posters, and more for Teach Your Kids Spanish Lesson 5: adjectives and colors in Spanish. 

 

Printables, games, posters, and more for Teach Your Kids Spanish Lesson 6: activities, sports, and hobbies in Spanish. 

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Hey! I’m Elisabeth, a teacher and mom raising two bilingual kids in the Peruvian jungle. Read our story here. I love digging up the best Spanish resources for all you busy parents and teachers!

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