Easy Spanish books PDF use simple sentences and common vocabulary for Spanish learners.

Finding easy Spanish books has been one of my biggest challenges for years. Below, I’m sharing five easy Spanish books PDF for beginning learners. They are free downloads or you can read them online. Reading aloud is one of the best ways to help children learn language, so I tell stories and read to my students, but it is hard…

Children learn language and culture from Spanish nursery rhyme books.

There is a rich tradition of nursery rhymes and children’s songs in Spanish. My children grew up singing them, and my students have lots of favorites, too. Canticos brings these traditional verses to life with their beautiful Spanish nursery rhyme books, apps and videos.

I like activity calendars because I always appreciate a list of suggestions and new ideas. It is like making dinner; I’m happy to do it, but I’m grateful for help figuring out what to make. Our Spanish activity calendars have reading, art, games, songs and videos for young language learners. We’ve added a new calendar for July 2017.

Spanish reading logs motivate children learning Spanish to keep up reading skills during the summer.

At Spanish Playground, we want kids to read and enjoy reading. So, to motivate kids to read more, we have book logs for them to color. Kids color these Spanish reading logs to see how many books they read during the summer.

Happy Spanish songs from Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam band will please kids and adults.

Music is always one of the best and easiest ways to expose kids to Spanish. Happy Spanish songs also establish a positive mood, whether you are enjoying a day at home or traveling. Latin Grammy award winner Lucky Diaz and The Family Jam Band has songs to make your whole family smile and add Spanish to your summer days.

Teachers can support a home language and make a difference in language development for bilingual kids.

When bilingual children start school in a language that is different than the one they speak at home, it can be a challenge for both the child and the teacher. Learning how to work with bilingual children, and support a home language, is an important part of meeting their educational needs.