Are you ready to read in Spanish? We’ve compiled a list of more than 20 Spanish books in PDF form to keep you and your family busy reading! The following PDF books, novels, and stories are organized by age groups:
Preschoolers (2-5)Kids (6-12)Teens (13-17)Adults (18+)
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How can you sharpen our speaking skills, even if you only have five extra minutes a day? With Spanish tongue twisters, called trabalenguas.
Have you ever wished you could improve your Spanish accent so others could understand you better? Spoken Spanish has 39 elemental sounds, or individual speech sounds produced by vocal organs. You can easily master these through exposure and regular...Read More
When studying any new language, it’s important to understand the parts of grammar that you’ll be using.
Real quick—let’s talk about pronouns in English, before we get into Spanish pronouns!
Do you remember those from your school days? Try to identify the pronouns in the following sentences:
He went to the store to get her some medicine.I need to do it by myself.What do you...Read More
While you’re in the whirlwind of raising a preschooler, it’s so much fun to funnel their endless energy into learning Spanish! In addition to the hundreds of exciting, hands-on activities at your fingertips that you can find through a simple Google search, we’ve compiled new words and lesson ideas for you.
This blog post will help you guide your little one to learn Spanish food and...Read More
Ready to learn how to talk about houses and rooms in Spanish?
Una casa está hecha con paredes y vigas; Un hogar está construida con amor y sueños.“A house is made with walls and beams; a home is built with love and dreams.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Knowing how to describe your casa and its rooms in Spanish is a smart way to build your vocabulary base with meaningful words. It might...Read More
Thanksgiving is a special time of year that is uniquely celebrated in the United States and Canada. Even so, celebrating Thanksgiving in Spanish is common for Latino families living in these countries as well as for families who prize language-learning in their homes.
El día de la acción de gracias is a significant day for families to get together, share abundant amounts of food, and give...Read More
Black cats, pumpkins, and witch hats are back! Another Halloween is upon us, and this year you can add even more excitement to your spooky celebration with some Spanish PDFs and printables.
Let’s jump into the material for having a happy Halloween in Spanish!
Halloween in Spanish: Vocabulary
First of all, Halloween goes by a few popular names in Spanish: Halloween (pronounced as if...Read More
Are you ready to feel the power of Spanish news podcasts? By listening to your favorite show on a daily basis, you’ll gradually train your brain to think in Spanish. More importantly, you’ll notice that it’s a breeze to speak Spanish after you’ve sharpened your listening skills with regular audio exposure.
The following Spanish news podcasts are best suited for high intermediate and...Read More
The unique beauty of Antigua, Guatemala is hard to match. This old Latin American city, seemingly frozen in time with its colonial architecture and cobblestone streets, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It acquired the heritage status by having been “the cultural, economic, religious, political and educational centre for the entire region until the capital was moved,” according to...Read More
The leaves are falling and the crisp air smells sweet like roasted wood chips. It’s an extraordinary time of year full of transition and change. Autumn is the perfect time to excite your little one with seasonal vocabulary about el otoño in Spanish!
While you surf the internet for fall-related Spanish resources, be sure to bookmark our preschool-oriented posts on the weather, as well...Read More