Here's a great way to get your new Spanish speaker to master her verbs. Test her knowledge of these important vocab words with these flashcards.
Want to be a bilingual musician? Learn how to pronounce and spell your favorite musical instruments in Spanish!
In Spanish the word tener , "to have", is used in a few strange ways, including how to say your age or express emotions like hunger or fear.
Chomp on foreign language learning with this Spanish vocabulary worksheet. Practice pronouncing the different food items, and soon you'll have them memorized!
Add some Spanish to your sports practice with this cool worksheet! From basketball to football, learn the Spanish names for all your favorite sports.
Learn the Spanish words for some of your favorite snacks and meals! Would you rather have some helado or some papas fritas?
Go wild for Spanish vocabulary! Beginning Spanish speakers can expand their vocabulary with this worksheet full of animal names in Spanish.
Do you know your televisor from your telefono ? Learn the Spanish names for familiar electronics you use everday!
Come to the zoo, in Spanish style! Help your beginning Spanish speaker learn a few animals in Spanish.
Sort out the parts of the body in Spanish with this fill-in-the-blanks worksheet.
Want some new names for mom and dad? Learn all the Spanish words for your family members in this bilingual worksheet.
Learn los partes del cuerpo, or "the parts of the body" in Spanish! Students can practice the spelling and proper pronunciation of basic body parts.
Get to know los animales in Spanish! Believe it or not, learning a new language can actually help improve skills in your native language.
Get some Spanish practice with this nature-themed worksheet full of familiar landforms.
De uno a cien , learn the numbers 1-100 in Spanish with this cheat sheet! Review how to spell each number and practice counting by tens.
Bring a little color into your Spanish learning! Name each shape and its color, using the word bank at the bottom of the page.
Spanish plurals are just a bit different from English plurals. The articles ("la"or "el"; "un" or "una") also get pluralized!
Play the role of translator with this Spanish practice worksheet! Beginning Spanish speakers will review basic animal vocabulary in each Spanish sentence.
Review numbers in Spanish with your beginning Spanish speaker. He'll hunt for these different items around the house and practice counting them up!
Asking questions is an important part of learning! Learn how to ask (and how to answer) questions in Spanish with this helpful worksheet.
The question of "la" versus "el" often stumps beginning Spanish speakers. Learn a few exceptions to the general rule with this helpful list.
Take action with this list of Spanish verbs! Soon your beginning Spanish speaker will have these memorized.
Learn how to say "hello", "goodbye" and everything in between! Your young Spanish speaker will build his vocabulary with some important phrases.
What kinds of words to we use in the Spanish classroom? Build your vocabulary with this list of school-related words in Spanish.
Hay tantas palabras! There are so many words! Learn to use the verb "haber", most commonly conjugated as "hay", in Spanish.
¡Puedo hablar Español! Help your young linguist learn the basics of the Spanish language with an alphabet sheet.
¿Hablas español bien? Step up to the challenge with this Spanish word scramble! Use the picture clues to help you figure out each animal.
Como se dice "goat" in Spanish? Help your beginning Spanish speaker get to know a few animals in Spanish!
The battle between "ser" and "estar" will wage throughout your Spanish learning experience! Practice identifying when to use "ser" (to be) or "estar" (to be).
It's a zoo in here! Sort out some new Spanish vocabulary words with this worksheet on animals in Spanish.
Ser o no ser? To be or not to be? Learn when to use "ser", meaning "to be", one of the most important verbs to know in Spanish!
Estoy listo! Get savvy on one of the most important Spanish verbs. "Estar" means "to be", but is used to describe temporary feelings or situations.
Conjugating verbs is probably the toughest part of learning a new language. Get down the basics of Spanish verb conjugation with this introductory worksheet.