Spanish is a phonetic language. Every letter pretty much makes the sound it looks like it makes, and there are few blends and fewer exceptions to the grammar rules, making it very easy to read.
Today's post in our 31 Days of Homeschool Spanish series presents you with various affordable resources for learning, reviewing and practicing your Spanish vocabulary and early reading skills. Click the images to view more details or to purchase.
The best way to use the flash cards is to be consistent in practicing with them on a regular basis, make it a game to remember and say the word quickly and correctly. Use them for charades, pictionary, bananagrams, or scrabble. Create your own bingo boards with the current vocabulary list and have fun. Things that are enjoyable are learned easier and retained longer than things learned under pressure of performance.
Spanish Flash Cards
Other Spanish Early Reading Resources
Juguemos a Leer – this 2 book set starts you out with letter sounds and consonant+vowel sounds and then forms 3 letter words and then longer words and puts them into sentances really quickly. Even though it is not a bilingual book (it is all in Spanish) it is very easy to use for yourself or for teaching your children.
Spanish 1 Workbook by Paradise Praises
31 Days of Homeschool Spanish is sponsored by Classes By Beth.