It’s lunes (Monday)! Time for another link-up where we share ideas, activities, and thoughts about learning language and being bilingual (or trilingual, or quadrilingual). Link up below, and be sure to check out the others’ posts as well. By linking up here, you give For the Love of Spanish permission to use your photos in next week’s Linky Lunes. Thanks for sharing!
So many cool posts were shared at our last link-up, it was hard for me to pick my top three, but here they are!
Spanish Playground shared the post “Spanish Songs for Kids–Free Download from Luis Pescetti.” It sounds too good to be true, but it is not! I downloaded the fun songs for kids and they are such a nice addition to our Spanish music library. Be sure to check it out.
The Piri-Piri Lexicon shared the fascinating post “A Day in the Life of LJ, 3, Aspiring Quadrilingual.” Be sure to see the great ideas here for recording her daughter’s language development, and how they interact with four languages as a family.
I loved this post, “How to Speak Somali Without Saying a Word,” by Djibouti Jones. It got me wondering, what sort of things do we say non-verbally in English? What about in Spanish? There is so much more to communication than mere language!