What’s more interactive than flashcards, more come-to-life than audio, and more fluency-building than regular books?
HSA’s new book Simple: An Interactive Spanish Book for Preschool.
We invite you to teach your preschool child how to speak Spanish through 70 pages of age-appropriate lessons that are directly linked to 136 hours of interactive Spanish videos online. Young learners,...Read More
Do you know how to play an instrument? Or is it a new year’s resolution that you’re working hard to keep? Whatever the case may be, we’re here to complement your musical knowledge with new words in Spanish!
To clear up any confusion: while the topic of Spanish instruments—or instruments from Spain—is truly fascinating, it is not the topic of this blog post. Here you will find all the...Read More
What do you want to be when you grow up? Most of us have no idea which career path we want to choose while still in high school, and you may not know either. Take a deep breath and remember: figuring this out always takes time! Your teenage years provide you with ample time to discover which careers are available to you and how well they match your passions and interests.
In recent years, the growing economic landscape within Latin America has spurred a frantic and remarkable uptick in investments from some of the richest financiers and shareholders around the globe. Places like Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia—to name but a few—are drawing in billions of dollars into their local markets through innovations in tech, finance, and saas (software as a service). ...Read More
Oh, the joys of grammar! It looks like you’re ready to dive headfirst into your journey to Spanish fluency—and learning sustantivos (nouns) is the perfect place to start. Just like in every other language, a noun refers to a person, place, thing, or idea. It can function as a subject, object of a verb, or an object of a preposition. Nouns in Spanish are fun and fairly relaxing to learn, but...Read More
How’s the weather today where you live? I bet you have an opinion or two about how much you like or dislike the current climate in your area. In our lesson about Spanish weather words, you will involve your child in talking about the conditions outside. Teaching your little one to describe the weather and make observations about weather patterns is one of their first introductions to science....Read More
Do you want a guaranteed way to learn Spanish while enjoying yourself completely? It’s through music! Ten long years ago, I started learning Spanish from scratch and my constant companions were clear and catchy Spanish songs. I spent at least an hour daily listening to my favorite songs, hoping to get them to stick in my head (they always did). This method has worked wonders for me in French,...Read More
Do you like learning about make-up or trying different types of nail polish? All the colorful and curious items that women use to enhance their appearance or fragrance is defined as cosméticos or cosmetics. This vibrant and varied world can be overwhelming to explore, even in your native language. With this introductory guide to cosmetics in Spanish, you will learn how to discuss your...Read More
While telling our kids what to do is generally just another parental chore, teaching them to follow our instructions in Spanish can actually be fun! Giving commands in another language is possible through the use of Spanish imperatives. This type of verb conjugation tends to be a bit complicated with four separate distinctions, but here we simplify it to how you will speak to your child using...Read More
Learning about animals is a very exciting time for your preschooler. Suddenly, the world opens up with fascinating creatures who live in magical places like the jungle or forest. While teaching Spanish to your young learner, you most likely already plan to teach them about animals, but it’s a great opportunity to talk about habitat, too! In our Spanish Animals guide, you can explore sets of...Read More