|Me and the Hubs when we dressed up|
as Dora the Explorer and Waldo. I
was four-months pregnant with our
For those of you who follow my blog, you know that I am using Eileen’s book 52 Weeks of Family Spanish for my Mommy & Me class. Color Me Spanish is her new book that functions much like a companion to the52 Weeks of Family Spanish . The reason why I like Eileen’s books so much is that she is a mom who sought to learn Spanish with her kids, and her books teach all of the wonderful things she and her family learned—in an understandable, approachable way—for families who want to do the same. You can also note from her writing that she is an educator—she understands how kids need to, and like to, learn.
|Really helpful pronunciation guides are listed right next|
to each word.
With a one-year-old and a two-year-old, it is great to have quick and easy Spanish resources at my fingertips for those busy boys. When they get a whim to color I am so excited that I now have this book to grab to reinforce Spanish words that we are currently talking about and learning to use.
What kind of easy-to-use, kid-friendly things have you found for learning Spanish at home? I’d love to hear about them! Comment below, or visit Facebook or Twitter to join in the conversation!
**Disclosure: I like to recommend books, products, and resources on this blog that I believe will be helpful and beneficial to your family for learning Spanish. I did not receive payment for this review; however, I did receive a complimentary copy of the book Color Me Spanish! All opinions are my own. This post also contains some affiliate links.