Spanish summer activities for kids like nature walks and traditional games keep them learning Spanish during vacation.

It’s almost here! Summer means a change of routine for most families. It can be a challenge at times, but it can also be an opportunity to engage kids with Spanish. These Spanish summer activities will help make it a season full of language learning.

A list of Spanish summer activities can be language learning opportunity in itself. Print this Spanish list of things to do this summer. Involve the kids and talk about things they would like to do. Talk about them again as they check them off.

Spanish summer activities for kids

Get outside for active Spanish summer activities with water play or a nature walk. This handy printable has the vocabulary you need to do different water activities with kids.

Water words in Spanish

Ready to walk? Print this nature walk check list and head out! You can focus the language more with one of these printable summer activities to practice ¿Qué oyes? or a ¿Qué ves? as you walk.

Spanish nature walk for kids

Language learning and culture go hand in hand. Traditional games make for fun Spanish summer activities. Learn one of these games from Spanish-speaking countries. They all have easy-to-master language for kids learning Spanish.

Summer means inside time too. Kids need to rest from busy, active days and escape the sun. Take at a look at these 7 Fun Free Websites to Keep Kids Reading in Spanish and this list of 8 Free Websites to Keep Kids Listening to Spanish. Check out these 5 Apps for Reading in Spanish too.

Free printable activity books also have lots of Spanish summer activities and offer a great alternative to screen time. Aprendo Jugando is a free book of fun and practical activities for teaching children Spanish. You can also find lots of Spanish summer activities in these free Spanish activity books.

What are you favorite Spanish summer activities? Please share your resources and ideas in comments. And remember, Spanish Playground has hundreds of free resources for kids learning Spanish, so come back soon!

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