Spanish for Children
Free Spanish Listening Resources for Children for use in class and independent practice: Stories, Grammar, Verbs and Activities with short Video clips and PDF Worksheets.
Accessible Listening, Revision and Practice.
Subtitles are nearly always in both Spanish and English, and the worksheets can be self-checked by going back to the videos and working carefully through them.
A Green Mouse provides accessible practice for any interested pupil (mainly 7 – 14), preferably in addition to classes and support from a teacher or parent.
Example of a short grammar story:
Negatives in Spanish
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SPANISH TOPICS + VOCABULARY:
Some of the themes:
Spanish Numbers Song: 0 hasta 10
Counting to 10
Fruit in Spanish
Pencil case items
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)
E.g: Join in with this video to talk about animals in Spanish:
+ Use this video to learn how to tell the time and talk about your day in Spanish:
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
Imperfect Tense Practice in a Story
SPANISH GRAMMAR RESOURCES:
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.
Meals and Mealtimes in Spanish
Describe Food in Spanish: Adjectives
Biscuit Recipe in Spanish
Breakfast in a Hotel
Spanish Food and Drink Listening Practice
ACTIVITIES IN SPANISH:
E.g. How to make a piñata, the ‘r’ sound tongue twister, Introduction for anyone to Las Fallas …
¡Las Fallas de Valencia!