After deciding that you would like your child to learn Spanish, the next step is choosing a great Spanish tutor for children. This can be a daunting task, as children have different needs than adults. How can you decide who is the ideal Spanish tutor to accompany your child on their Spanish language learning journey? This blog post will hopefully help guide you to making the right decision.
Depending on your native language, you might find yourself making mistakes that someone whose native language is different from yours might not make. This article is specific to native English speakers learning Spanish as a foreign language. We will discuss some common mistakes native English speakers make when learning Spanish.
Learning a new language can be very time consuming, but there are some simple things you can do, every day for 10 minutes or less, to speed up the learning process, and help your child increase their comprehension as they learn Spanish quickly.
Some of the most delicious food in the world comes from Hispanic traditions. Since kids can be picky eaters here are some ideas for Spanish language kid friendly dishes! Quick and easy recipes that are also chosen with health and nutrition in mind. Read about our top 10 recommendations!
The Three Kings’ Day is the most exciting day of the year for kids living in Hispanic countries. The story of Santa Claus is not as embraced as the biblical story of the Three Kings who first handedly gave Jesus gifts, and so the tradition of gift giving is more appropriate on Three Kings’ Day rather than Christmas day. It is a day near and dear to the hearts of Hispanic people from all over the world.
There are approximately 52 million Hispanic people living in the United States and many will be celebrating Thanksgiving or “Día de Acción de Gracias”. While many Hispanic homes will be filled with the wonderful smell of turkey roasting in the oven, other traditional dishes will accompany the turkey at the table that reflect the unique Hispanic culinary heritage.
Día de Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) is not a time for sadness and morning but a time for happiness and celebration. From midnight October 31st through November 2nd, the veil between the living and the dead thins. The living remember and reunite with their family members who awaken from their eternal sleep and pass over from the land of the dead into the land of the living.
Entertainment and education have always had a complicated, uneasy relationship with each other because spending time with one usually means that you are neglecting the other. The truth is though, that being educated, while also being entertained, is the best way to learn!
When learning Spanish, it is important to practice as much as you can. What better way to practice Spanish than traveling to countries and visiting cities where Spanish is the local language?
How many times have you heard someone speak another language, other than your mother tongue and been thoroughly impressed thinking “How do they do that?”