Use these games, readings and infographic to learn Spanish fall words.

We use Spanish fall words for talking about back-to-school as well as themes and concepts like weather, clothing, and how the change of seasons affects animals and plants. Many of the language activities we do in September, October and November incorporate Spanish fall vocabulary.

Use these tools to create comprehensible input in the world language classroom.

As teachers, we set the stage for language acquisition by providing comprehensible input. Techniques that expose learners to comprehensible input should be central to all language classrooms because they work. That is how students acquire language.

Adivinanzas de frutas are riddles about fruit perfect for kids learning Spanish.

Kids love guessing games and they also love fruit. Why not combine the two for some language learning? Here are our favorite adivinanzas de frutas.

These Spanish board games make language learning fun and effective.

If you like games and are learning Spanish, then it only makes sense to play Spanish board games. Of course, you need to choose games you enjoy. We’ve got recommendations with everything from classic games to printable Spanish board games for beginners.

Spanish reading texts for beginning learners.

We know that language learning depends on comprehensible input through reading and listening. So, why not incorporate both kinds of input into one book? The new Enhanced Readers from Teacher’s Discovery do just that, combining Spanish reading with audio and video within the context of a story. I think it’s amazing!

A Spanish memory game to learn vocabulary and structures.

My favorite games to play with students include language, but draw on other skills too. So kids are having fun and engaged with the game and not focused solely on language learning. Mirar y recordar, or Look and Remember, is an entertaining Spanish game to learn vocabulary. You can download a PDF of the game below.