Like in part 1 and part 2 of this series, I am constantly noticing the subtleties of Spanish, and I want to share them with you. Here are 25 Yet More Fun Things This American Has Learned About The Spanish Language.
Yesterday I wrote a post about teaching phonological awareness in Spanish (and how its a little bit different from teaching phonological awareness in English). Similarly, there are some differences between teaching phonics in Spanish and phonics
Me gustas tu would be perfect for teaching difference between gusta and gustan! More than 40 songs in Spanish with worksheets for students to fill in the words they hear. Included are rankings of Easy, Medium and Difficult songs.
In today's post, I'll share ideas and free materials for teaching beginning Spanish phonics. I'll cover letter sounds, open syllables (sílabas abiertas), syllables with blends (sílabas trabadas), and closed syllables (sílabas cerradas).