The Spanish for Children Primer A Program teaches upper-elementary students this dynamic language using the pedagogy and structure of Classical Academic Press’ popular Latin for Children series combined with immersion-style dialogues and vocabulary. The Spanish for Children series emphasizes grammar and the parts of speech as vital tools for the correct speaking and understanding of Spanish. The texts also use lively chants to aid memorization of both grammar and vocabulary.
Presented primarily in English, Tin Bot uses common words from Spanish intermixed into each sentence. Students will help solve the mysterious case of the dognapped canine in this bilingual robot story. This sixty-four-page reader is tied with the vocabulary from Spanish for Children Primer A. Spanish doesn’t have to be dry and boring and it will certainly come alive in Tin Bot!
Hard-Boiled, Hard-Drive Detective
Episode One: Dognapped!
Tin Bot is the best private ojo (eye) in the city, though a bit hard up for somedinero (money). Helping out a lady in distress, he discovers an underworld of kidnapping, ransom notes, and criminal sardine cans. If only that were the least of his problems!
What really gets on his nerves? Los perros (Dogs)!
Especially an ugly dog named Cooper…
…who was just dognapped!
Help solve the mysterious case of the dognapped canine in this bilingual robot story. Presented in English, this story uses common words from Spanish intermixed into each sentence. This reader is tied with the vocabulary fromSpanish for Children, Primer A. 64 pages. For ages 7 and up.
You will find some mysterious words in this story. Spliced Stories™ will expose you to a foreign language, all while you are reading a great story! You will travel to foreign lands, solve crimes, and join adventures. You will also learn words in Spanish that you can use in your everyday life.
Level 1, Bilingual Stories, allow vocabulary exposure for the beginner, and practice for the Spanish learner. The spliced story allows Spanish vocabulary to be tucked within the English language, and uses the correct conjugation or form of the word to fit into the English. Below you can read the abbreviations for parts of speech, such as a noun or verb, gender (whether a word is masculine or feminine), whether the word is singular or plural (how many?), and verb tense (when did it happen?).
Engage your heart and your head as you experience language practice made fun™!