Spanish Vocabulary for Children
Spanish vocabulary for children with flash cards, word games and quizzes!
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Learning vocabulary is a fundamental part of learning Spanish. The more Spanish words a child knows, the more he or she will be able to understand what they hear and the better they will be able to say what they want to when speaking.
Below are the guidelines we used to develop the Spanish vocabulary lessons for children:
Teach new words as part of a meaningful subject-matter lesson and provide games and fun quizzes which require students to use the new words
Ensure that students hear the correct pronunciation of the word - the syllable structure and stress pattern of the word assists the child to remember the word
Teach related words in groups to help students understand how words are interrelated
Provide many examples of use. Require the child to correctly utilize the word in games and quizzes
Connect new vocabulary words to something with which the children are already familiar
Provide Spanish games which give children opportunities to paraphrase the definition of a new word so that
they can identify the main concept associated with the word
Give children the opportunity to acquire new vocabulary using a variety of learning modalities or formats that actively engage them in the learning process
While studying Spanish, a child will hear or read many new Spanish words. A child can’t possibly learn all these new words the first time they hear them, this is why repetition is so important. Our Spanish lessons for children are designed specifically for the way children learn. If you are not a kid, you may benefit more from our free Spanish for Beginners - Spanish 101 course, depending on your current level of Spanish.
Our Spanish lessons present the words that are important to children
Our lessons use repetition so that a child will read or hear the words again and again
Our lessons present the words that children will want to use often
Our Spanish lessons do NOT present words that are rare or not useful
Our Spanish lessons allow the child to hear how the word is pronounced
Our lessons make it easy to understand ser vs estar
Our Spanish lessons make associations using pictures
Our Spanish lessons put the words into many different groups
Our lessons provide games and fun quizzes to test the child's knowledge
Children remember words better if they do something with them. Our Spanish lessons provide an extensive variety of Spanish games and quizzes so that a child never has to do the same activity twice. If you would like a private online Spanish tutor for your children, please try the experienced Spanish tutors at NuLengua.