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Complementing Pre-School Language Learning In The Home Environment

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by JeffNev, Nov 22, 2018.

  1. JeffNev

    JeffNev New commenter

    Good evening,

    My son is sending my granddaughter to a local nursery
    [This comment/section/image has been removed for breaching our Community Guidelines/Terms and conditions] in Brighton & Hove, mostly due to the fact that they offer Spanish lessons once a week with a dedicated native teacher. I was wondering if it would please be possible for anyone to suggest some resources and ideas for myself and my wife to complement the teaching she will receive when she is visiting our home? I possess a basic grasp of the language, so would look to use the basics when speaking to her, but does anyone have any visual resources or ideas to complement this?

    Regards
    - Jeff
     
  2. aislingmcdnl86

    aislingmcdnl86 New commenter

    Hello!
    I myself am not a Spanish teacher, but I am on a group where there are other Spanish teachers, and here are some links they have shared:

    https://www.speakinglatino.com/free-spanish-resources-for-teachers/

    https://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/teacher-blog/2014/jun/23/how-to-teach-spanish

    They both contain resources that I hope will be helpful to you. For your own language learning to help to propel your granddaughter’s, perhaps give Duolingo a go? It is a free app that has many languages available, and they make the learning fun and easy.

    Happy Friday,

    Aisling
     
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  3. jomaimai

    jomaimai Established commenter

    Singing always work

     

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