Spanish Language Resources

In honour of Spanish Language Day (October 12) and Celebrating the Bilingual Child Month (October) I bring you three books to assist you in teaching your child Spanish even if you don’t speak it at home.

Spanish Language Resources

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Spanish Language Resources - Teach Your Kids Even If You Don't Speak Spanish

Lightning Fast Spanish for Kids and Families

Lightning Fast Spanish for Kids and Families

by Carolyn Woods

This self published book is based on the premise that you need to use Spanish regularly to learn it and if no one speaks it at home, then you need to include regular Spanish conversations. The book includes 15 conversations as well as some games, puzzles and activities to help you learn the basics. Buy Lightning Fast Spanish for Kids and Families at Amazon.com

52 Weeks of Family Spanish

52 Weeks of Family Spanish

Bite Sized Weekly Lessons Designed to Get You and Your Family Speaking Spanish Today!
by Eileen McAree

This book includes a weekly lesson that fits into your daily life. No flashcards, grammar drills or special “learning time” needed.

Each week has you review a past week, shows you new vocabulary, has a pronunciation note, a cultural note and an idea of how you can implement your new words. Buy 52 Weeks of Family Spanish at Amazon.com

The Everything Kids Learning Spanish Book

The Everything Kids’ Learning Spanish Book

by Cecilia I. Sojo

This book is part of The Everything Series. This book is full of fun facts, tips, and phrases. There are thirty Spanish themed puzzles, an English-Spanish glossary and a parent/teacher guide so you can use this in an educational capacity. Buy The Everything Kids’ Learning Spanish Book from Amazon.com

About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.