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La Clase Divertida -- The Fun Class - is what I'm using with my kids and they are having fun. I'm really happy with this program as a gentle introduction to Spanish. We've almost finished level 1 and I bought levels 2 and 3 during their sale.

 

It is a dvd program and it has an audio cd to practice with. Every other week, there is a craft or a cooking project to do. There is also a workbook with some simple activities in it.

 

Lisa

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I just started Getting Started with Spanish with my second and third graders. They love it! Before that they were doing Elementary Spanish from Discovery Education. They liked the videos but they were learning nothing. I *never* heard them using Spanish. Last night when the kids were making pierogies with DH, they were practicing Spanish!

 

At one point I looked into Espanol para los chiquitos and thought it looked good.

 

Tara

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La Clase Divertida -- The Fun Class - is what I'm using with my kids and they are having fun. I'm really happy with this program as a gentle introduction to Spanish. We've almost finished level 1 and I bought levels 2 and 3 during their sale.

 

It is a dvd program and it has an audio cd to practice with. Every other week, there is a craft or a cooking project to do. There is also a workbook with some simple activities in it.

 

Lisa

 

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I just started Getting Started with Spanish with my second and third graders. They love it! Before that they were doing Elementary Spanish from Discovery Education. They liked the videos but they were learning nothing. I *never* heard them using Spanish. Last night when the kids were making pierogies with DH, they were practicing Spanish!

 

At one point I looked into Espanol para los chiquitos and thought it looked good.

 

Tara

 

This is really good to know! I have heard of this program, but I thought it was on the high school level.

 

Lisa

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I am considering the three following programs for teaching Spanish in elementary:

 

 

http://www.sube.com/beginner-spanish-homeschool-kit

 

http://sonrisasspanishschool.com/product-page.html

 

http://www.singnspeak.com/program-materials.html

 

 

All of these require a little bit of work and the ability to pronounce Spanish by the teacher, but they look like a lot of fun!

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I am considering the three following programs for teaching Spanish in elementary:

 

 

http://www.sube.com/beginner-spanish-homeschool-kit

 

http://sonrisasspanishschool.com/product-page.html

 

http://www.singnspeak.com/program-materials.html

 

 

All of these require a little bit of work and the ability to pronounce Spanish by the teacher, but they look like a lot of fun!

 

 

Wow, those look interesting enough, but they are worse than Rosetta Stone in price!

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