Spanish Grammar

Spanish Grammar for Children

Free Spanish Grammar Practice with videos and printable worksheets:
Indefinite + Definite Articles, Adjectives, Prepositions, Negatives, Comparisons, Adverbs …
A Green Mouse Verbs have their own page:
SPANISH VERB PRACTICE

DEFINITE + INDEFINITE ARTICLES

a) Learn the names and gender of pencil case items and write and say them with definite (the) and indefinite articles (a, an, some):
Pencil Case Items in Spanish
b) Learn the names and gender of fruit and write and say them with definite and indefinite articles:
Fruit in Spanish

ADJECTIVES IN SPANISH

Adjectives describe nouns, and need to ‘agree’ with them in Spanish. It is important to notice whether the nouns in the sentences you are writing are masculine or feminine and singular or plural and learn how to make adjectives agree with them.

COLOURS ARE ADJECTIVES:
Colours go after the noun in Spanish.
Find out how/which colours agree with the words they describe in Spanish:
COLOURS + agreements

DESCRIBE ANIMALS in Spanish by their Colour:
Animals in Spanish + Colours

DESCRIBE FOOD IN SPANISH:  Short sentences using adjectives to talk about food, whether it is healthy, sweet, salty, heavy, delicious, awful etc:
Describe Food in Spanish

SPANISH PREPOSITIONS

POR and PARA
Just as with the verbs SER and ESTAR, the sooner you can get used to using POR and PARA correctly the more intuitive and instinctive it will become.  There are a lot of examples in this practice.  Perhaps do just part of it at a time and use it to make your own sentences:
POR and PARA – Grammar, Video + Worksheet 

A, DE y EN:
a = to, at, on
de = from, of
en = in, at, on
A, DE, EN – Grammar, Video + Worksheet

Spanish/English Prepositions in a Story:
Spanish Prepositions for Children in a Story, Video + Worksheet

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NEGATIVES IN SPANISH:

Introduction to negatives in Spanish followed by a story for practice in context:
Negatives in Spanish:  No, Nada, Nunca

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COMPARISONS IN SPANISH

Introduction to comparisons in Spanish + video clip in two parts, first comparing Spanish food, then comparing dogs:
Comparisons: Comparatives and Superlatives

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QUESTIONS IN SPANISH – WHY?  ¿POR QUÉ?

Why is this happening? Parents are worried. Short questions and answers about a tiny fledgling making its way in the world using ¿Por qué? (why?) + ‘porque’ (because) in the answers:
¿Questions in Spanish: ¿Por qué?

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ADVERBS IN A STORY:
Look at how adverbs describe the verbs in this story to illustrate how the characters behave:
Maggie and the Squirrel!

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SPANISH VERB PRACTICE:
Ser, Estar, Tener, Modal Verbs, Reflexive Verbs, Hacer …
SPANISH VERBS FOR CHILDREN 

image for adverbs in Spanish short story


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