Listening and Speaking K-5

Bienvenidos Alumnos (Welcome Back Students),

Now you have reached the end of my class, and we have learned a lot this year from the basic irregular verbs, nouns, pronouns,infinitive, and stem-changing. Yes, this sounds like a lot and complicated, but we did exactly the opposite and the really challenging part is applying it to listening and speaking. As Spanish speakers, you must remember in all grade levels that as you continue the rules remain the same, but you need to pay close attention because most will begin to speak quickly. Below I’ve included basic videos that cover the basics and to assist you with the pronunciation which is key to communication in another foreign language. Remember there are some combined letters that need extra emphasis, so I do kindly advice to be extra careful.

Other Resources:

Here are other resources that include a worksheet script that you may follow along if you are not entirely ready.




Interactive Games – Extra Practice

Hello Students,

As you all maybe aware learning a new language can be difficult when you don’t know the structure of the grammar or the practice. You may also not have a person fluent in this language which is totally fine because below I provided links to interactive games that allow the learn to practice out loud this language and to have fun with it.

**Note: The sites are not organized by grade level so don’t worry if you accidentally select an advance level. I do recommend to simply look at it, but if you can try then I encourage you to play.


Interactive Games: