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Exposing a child to a second language allows him or her to optimize their learning potential. Standardized testing has shown that Elementary students who studied a foreign language scored higher on tests in reading, math, and language arts. Young children are ideally suited to learn a second language - cognitively, it as easy as learning a first language. Children who have learned a foreign language show greater cognitive development in mental flexibility, creativity, reasoning, and problem-solving. We provide everything a child needs to quickly learn Spanish, including over 100 Spanish games to make studying Spanish fun!

Learning a second language can be done approached in many different ways as opposed to learning math, which must be done through working math problems. This ability to learn in a variety of ways allows us to create a variety of resources that teach in multiple ways. Spanish for Kids introduces Spanish in a way that kids will truly enjoy. It is very important for a child to learn the Spanish Alphabet and the days of the week in Spanish.

Our free lessons teach basic conversational Spanish. Your child will learn useful phrases he or she can use right away. From the first day, your child will learn the seasons and the months in Spanish. Lessons also include meeting and greeting, numbers, clothing, and the colors in Spanish.

All our Spanish lessons for children incorporate the multi-sensory cognitive learning theory, developed by a Carnegie-Mellon University researcher, for faster and deeper learning. One example of this is our Click'N'Say numbers game to help any child quickly learn the numbers in Spanish.

In comparison to monolinguals, children who speak both Spanish and English have been shown to have sharper memories and better listening skills Overall, learning an additional language can significantly improve cognitive abilities and provide numerous personal benefits.

Popular Phrase: poner spanish verb | Conjugated Verb: absolver - to acquit, to absolve [ click for full conjugation ]