A Green Mouse Spanish

Spanish for Children

Free online Spanish language resources for students aged 7–14 for iPads, tablets, computers, mobile devices and whiteboards:
Spanish Stories, Videos, Grammar and Vocabulary for revision, independent practice, flipped learning, and use in class.
+ Songs and activities for younger children

INDEX OF RESOURCES:
Spanish Topics + Vocabulary
Spanish Grammar
Spanish Verbs
Spanish Activities
Spanish Songs
Spanish Stories  – For practice and ideas using grammar and vocabulary in context.
Eg:  My Birthday in Spanish

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SPANISH TOPICS + VOCABULARY:
Some of the themes:
Introductions
Spanish Numbers Song: 0 hasta 10
Spanish Vowels
Counting to 10
Fruit in Spanish
Pencil case items
Schoolroom Spanish
My Birthday + Days and Months
Animals in Spanish
About Me in Spanish
My Family: Story + Vocabulary
Colours in Spanish + Agreements
My Body in Spanish
Talk about School
My Room in Spanish
At the Doctor’s in Spanish
Sport in Spanish – Juego a vs Hago
Talk about Sport: Likes/Dislikes
Hobbies:  Sport & Music
The Weather in Spanish
– Winter – El invierno
Summer  – El verano
– Spring! – La primavera)

Examples of video clips:

SPANISH VERBS + GRAMMAR PRACTICE:
Spanish Verbs Ser and Estar, Tener, Modal Verbs, Hay + Hay que, practice using three tenses, past, present and future, reflexive verbs, etc:
Tengo + Pencil case items
Uses of the verb Tener – Tengo
Soy and Estoy
¿Qué es? (SER)  ¿Dónde está? (ESTAR)
Ser v Estar: Character + Feelings
Ser and Estar + Doing
Ser and Estar Practice + Worksheet
Hay – Hay que + infinitive
QUERER, TENER and PODER
Modal Verbs in a Song
The near future in Spanish
Reflexive verbs in Spanish
Daily Routine in Spanish
Maggie has grown up!
KS3 Holiday in Spain  
Holidays, Past, Present, Future
Imperfect Tense Practice 
E.g:

SPANISH GRAMMAR RESOURCES:
Eg:
Animals in Spanish + Colours
Negatives in Spanish: No, Nada, Nunca
POR and PARA
A, DE, EN
Comparisons: Comparatives and Superlatives
¿Questions in Spanish: ¿Por qué?

¡Early introduction to ‘possession ..!
Adverbs in a Story

FOOD AND DRINK IN SPANISH:
Food and drink vocabulary in context, including mealtimes, recipes, eating out, and adjectives to describe food.
E.g:
La Cena!
Meals and Mealtimes in Spanish
Describe Food in Spanish:  Adjectives
Biscuit Recipe in Spanish
¡Frijoles Refritos!
Breakfast in a Hotel
Spanish Food and Drink Listening Practice

ACTIVITIES IN SPANISH:
E.g. Songs, how to make a piñata, the ‘r’ sound tongue twister, Introduction for anyone to Las Fallas …
Spanish Songs for Young Children

How to make a simple Piñata
Tongue Twister: El perro de san roque …

FESTIVALS
¡Las Fallas de Valencia!

French and Spanish listening resources for children