Señora Gose's Homeschool Spanish Blog (aka "Seriously, Suzanne") — How To Learn Spanish
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Learn Spanish Through Play for Homeschooling Families
This is a post from a few years back when our children were all little, and we were getting started in learning German. These practical tips can be applied to learning ANY foreign language. Families who follow the Charlotte Mason Methodology will really enjoy these ideas as well. Keep it ShortThis week, we’ll focus on a few SHORT ways to include your foreign language study without bogging down the family with too many high expectations. Think of little five minute explorations using word you already know.Today we played CandyLand. As the kids called out their colors for their next turn,...
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Palabra por palabra (One word at a time.)
Many people focus on LISTS of Spanish words to study. But really, you learn ONE word at a time. The best method for keeping from being overwhelmed is Flash Cards! One word, then ONE word, then ONE word. Think about counting. Can you tell me what is siete? How about once? What about tres?If you have to count up from uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis..., you didn’t ever actually learn each word. You learned a CHANT. This is not super helpful when speaking.Put those numbers on a Flash Card (we teach you how to do this in See it and...