¿Puedes Ver Lo Que Yo Veo? Can You See What I See?

Practicar! Practicar!

Ejercitar, poner en práctica algo que se ha aprendido, eso es practicar. Si hacemos que los estudiantes practiquen con las letras del abecedario constantemente, ellos van a  reconocer las letras más fácil, van a identificar palabras que comiencen con estas letras mucho más rápido. Esa es la idea de juego: ¿Puedes Ver Lo Que Yo Veo? – Can You See What I See? Es un juego que permite identificar las letras del alfabeto como iniciales de las palabras.

 

¿Puedes Ver Lo Que Yo Veo? Can You See What I See? Tiene dos opciones de juego, una es jugar con las letras, en esta opción el juego va a preguntar por palabras que inicien con determinada letra, por ejemplo: “Puedes ver algo que inicia con la letra O”, aparecen 27 figuras y el estudiante debe escoger la figura que tiene la palabra que comienza con la letra O.

puedes ver algo

 

estees el ojo

La segunda opción es por palabra, por ejemplo: “Puedes ver el balón” y el estudiante debe señalar la figura que contiene el balón.

puedes ver el balon

este es el balon

El estudiante tiene 5 posibilidades de equivocarse, antes de perder el juego. De igual forma puede jugar hasta completar las 27 palabras. A jugar y a ganar!

The team of
OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

facebook: onlinefreespanish
twitter: freespanish
youtube: onlinefreespanish

 

Please like & share:

How to Practice Spanish during Lunch Time at School?

Repetition is the mother of skill – we said it before, and we are saying it again. Once your child starts learning Spanish, you need to attentively supervise him to make sure that his language skills will truly improve over time. Children are very likely to forget what they learn, and for that reason, cultivating their language skills regularly should be a priority. Practicing during lunch time at school can be another efficient opportunity to help your little one improve his current abilities of writing, reading and speaking Spanish.

OFSagosto2014

Creating a meaningful schedule of Spanish-centered activities constitutes an excellent way to help your child practice his language skills and work to improve them over time. Assuming that he or she has already learned several basic words in Spanish, such as colors, animals or jobs, you can make of use all activities at Onlinefreespanish.com to help him memorize them better while successfully keeping him entertained. Select your child’s Spanish level, and then browse throughout the many activities available to create a resourceful schedule of tasks he can enjoy while at lunch time at school.

You can schedule your child’s tasks by simply alternating different activities every day. To maximize children’s learning potential, parents should be more oriented towards those tasks that can make them become more interested in learning Spanish – which should not be complicated with the wide array of engaging activities at Onlinefreespanish.com. We suggest including “El Alfabeto” activity (Lesson 1, Level 1 – Beginner) in his everyday schedule – this will ensure you that your little one will be able to practice the Spanish alphabet regularly, thereby improving his language skills considerably.

coloresp2

Each lesson comes with its own activities – we suggest taking each lesson gradually, with two or three activities a day, until your child eventually managed to go through all tasks. You can have, for example, the following schedule for the first week: Monday – El Alfabeto (Lesson 1), Sopa de Letras and El juego de Beenny (both from Lesson 2);

Tuesday – El Alfabeto (Lesson 1), Seleccion y Empareje, El Juego de Pingu and Juego de Memoria (all three from Lesson 2);

Wednesday – El Alfabeto (Lesson 1), Hazme una Cara and a couple of Páginas para Colorear (both from Lesson 2);

Thursday – El Alfabeto (Lesson 1), Sopa de Letras, El juego de Pingu (both from Lesson 3); and Friday – El Alfabeto (Lesson 1), El juego de Beenny, Juego del Corpo and Juego de Memoria (all three from Lesson 3).

Once the first week ends, you can continue with the remaining activities from Lesson 3, and progress until you finish Lesson 16-19 (Los Números). Be sure to allow your little one to rest one or two days every two weeks, otherwise the schedule will eventually become less pleasurable for him. When you finish all lessons, create a new schedule that combines activities from different lessons.

menu-tweeter.png

By using the online activities at Onlinefreespanish.com, children will be able to learn Spanish easily in a shorter time, and parents can avoid potentially predisposing them to forgetting what they know already. Every activity can make children more interested in improving his language skills, specifically because learning is not going to be boring anymore. Once it becomes more entertaining, he or she will happily go through your schedule while enjoying his lunch meal.

 

Please let us know your thoughts about this article.

Gracias,

The team of
OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

facebook: onlinefreespanish
twitter: freespanish
youtube: onlinefreespanish

 

Please like & share:

Earth Day and Language Skills – Children Learn How to Protect the Environment in an Engaging Way

dia de la tierra1

Día de la Tierra (Earth Day) is one of the most complex and helpful Spanish lessons within “Holidays and Celebrations” chapter, bringing a number of engaging activities for both children and adults who want to learn more about this international event. Thankfully, these activities can help all children understand the importance of our environment, allowing them to walk away having greater knowledge regarding the most appropriate ways to protect the earth against pollution and other harmful factors.
The first activity, “Earth Day”, enables children to successfully remove all trashy items, including cans and bottles, which contribute to polluting the environment at a great deal. Once all items are banished, children will be able to see 12 images that depict several concepts and items related to the environment, including recycling, a soda can and a bin. By clicking on each image, they will be able to see the English name of the item in question, followed by the pronunciation of its Spanish name and, finally, the syllables that form it.
dia de la tierra2“Go Green” is the second and most helpful activity, which comes with plenty of ideas and tips on living a green life to protect Earth’s natural environment. By clicking on each image, children will be able to see these tips in both English and Spanish version, and the small audio icon next to them will allow them to hear the Spanish version being pronounced. Not only will they understand the importance of going green, but they will also be able to improve their Spanish language skills substantially.
The “Memory game” activity incorporates the classic memory game within it, but the only difference is that the cards will display environment-related images and graphics. Furthermore, “Dunk-a-Pingu” aims to test children’s understanding of protecting the environment, such as recycling, prior to the Earth Day. This activity is basically a hangman-style game, as children have to select the right letters in order to form the Spanish name of the image depicted on the whale. Not selecting the right letter will determine the ice block on which Pingu stays to break, until he will fall in the cold water.

There are, of course, many other excellent activities for those children who want to learn more about the Earth Day. “Beenny’s Game” requires kids to guide Beenny the bee through the labyrinth and solve all challenges in order to progress. The “Word Search Puzzle” activity involves searching specific words that are Earth-related within a square of letters, whilst the “Recycling Game” requires kids to sort items in the correct recycling bins. The more items they sort correctly, the bigger their score will be. Moreover, the “Coloring Pages” are printable, depicting several items that are highly related to Earth’s natural environment.

dia de la tierra

Each activity within “Día de la Tierra” lesson will increase awareness, allowing children to learn about the best practices involved within protecting the Earth from pollution and other factors that might damage it. All activities are very engaging, and they can even improve kids’ Spanish language abilities, permitting them to develop a cultural sense that can manifest later in their lives positively, determining them to act against pollution and support Earth Day.

 

Let us know your opinion about these activities using the rating and comments located right underneath of them.

Gracias,

The team of
OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

facebook: onlinefreespanish
twitter: freespanish
youtube: onlinefreespanish

Please like & share:

¿Dónde está la rana? – Where is the frog?

This new poster is for Spanish direction words for your class!

donde esta la rana nuevo

We hope that you like it and use it!

Gracias,

The team of
OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

facebook: onlinefreespanish
twitter: freespanish
youtube: onlinefreespanish

Please like & share:

¿Cómo se siente ella? – How is she feeling? – ¿Cómo se siente él? – How is he feeling?

 como se siente ella

This poster can help you to identify how the kids are feeling in your class. You can print the poster and laminate it, the students can see the graphics and they can point out the graphic that they agree the most.

como se siente el

You can create games with them, like they can create histories with dolls and tell all the class how the dolls feel in that moment; additional you can play bingo game!

Follow the links bellow to review the lessons for pronunciation!

¿Cómo se siente ella? – How is she feeling?

¿Cómo se siente él? –  How is he feeling?

Let us know your opinion about this activity using the rating and comments located right underneath of them.

Gracias,

The team of
OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

facebook: onlinefreespanish
twitter: freespanish
youtube: onlinefreespanish

Please like & share:

Best Websites for Bilingual Kids

latinamom.me put together a great list of websites all parents raising #bilingualkids should bookmark.
And we are in the list! Gracias amigos for included OFS… Go check out the rest of the list!
http://ow.ly/rxoro

christmas cards

 

Please like & share:

¡Con mi cuento encanto!

En búsqueda de nuevo material para compartir con ustedes, nos hemos encontrado con este maravilloso sitio “Con mi cuento encanto”, como lo describen ellos mismos “es un proyecto para la primera infancia cuya principal característica se fundamenta en la creación de relatos por parte de niños y niñas, como resultado de sesiones o talleres creativos llevados a cabo en diferentes lugares del país (Colombia). Estos relatos originales son adaptados para radio y cada uno de ellos cuenta con un tema musical propio. 

la camara locaSon veinte cuentos y veinte piezas musicales recogidas en un disco compacto para ser distribuido en algunas emisoras y en las bibliotecas públicas, así como en otras instancias y entidades relacionadas con el tema de infancia.

Todos los cuentos son maravillosos, nos ha gustado mucho uno que se llama “la cámara loca”, este cuento es de una región de Colombia que se llama el Caquetá, pero lo que más admiramos, es el relato que hacen los niños, la manera tan natural como cuentan los cuentos, y junto con los arreglos que la parte de producción le han hecho al cuento, con la música y los efectos de sonido, dan vida a sus relatos! Felicitaciones!

____________________________________________________________

We were looking for new material to share with all of you and we have found this wonderful site “Con mi cuento encanto” as they describe themselves, “is an early childhood project whose main characteristic is based on the creation of stories by children as a result of creative sessions or workshops held in different parts of the country (Colombia). These original stories were adapted for radio and each has a musical theme itself. 

There are twenty stories and twenty tracks collected in a CD to be distributed in some radio stations and public libraries, as well as other institutions related to the theme of childhood.”

All stories are wonderful, we really liked one called “La cámara loca“, this story is from a region of Colombia is called El Caquetá, but the thing that we most admire, is how the kids tell the story, additional the arrangements and the production, with music and sound effects give a real life to their stories! Congratulations!

 

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

Please like & share:

StoryBird.com website for create stories!

My son always likes create a new stories, he has a great imagination, and now, he can build his histories with storybird.com that is a nice resource to create different stories and poems.

Like story bird describe in his web site: “Storybird is a visual storytelling community.  Storybird is a global hub of readers, writers and artists of all ages.

Our idea: let anyone make gorgeous, art-inspired stories in seconds.

That simple idea has made us indispensable for millions of people. Teachers rely on us to get students from K-12 writing and reading. Families adore us for our constant stream of stories. And tweens and teens use us to connect with each other and express their angst.

We’re one part educational platform, one part real-time publishing, and one part social network. And we’re 100% nifty. ”

Here are the links for some stories that my son already created:

snowy

 

the strange animals

sam and gregory journey
lo que me hace feliz

I hope that this resource help you, and help all the kids to create their stories!

Gracias.

 

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

Please like & share:

Género gramatical en español – Grammatical gender in Spanish

Gender N.1

Gender N.2

Gender N.3

Gender N. 4

 Practice this lesson and let us know if work for you! Gracias.

 

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

 

 

Please like & share:

Rimas en Español – Letra: Y – y

La rima de hoy es con la letra Y – y:

 

rimaygrah

 

rimaYtexto

 

Rima: Letra Y – y

 

 

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

 

 

Please like & share:

Actividad para practicar el alfabeto – Activity to practice the alphabet

El objetivo de esta actividad es que los niños exploren e interactúen con los sonidos de cada letra del alfabeto, practicando la formación de cada una de las palabras que aparecen como ejemplo, logrando así introducir al niño de una manera fácil en el alfabeto.

Esta actividad puede ser usada en alumnos de kínder a segundo grado, por un periodo de 30 minutos.

MATERIALES: Computadora, acceso a Internet, OnlineFreeSpanish Web, papel, lápiz y borrador.

ACTIVIDAD

el alfabetoInstruya a los niños a apretar los iconos de la letra en la lección,  en cualquier orden, deben ver, escuchar y manipular los sonidos de las letras del alfabeto. Instruya a los niños  para que escuchen el sonido de cada letra y luego repitan los sonidos de cada palabra. Repita este ejercicio varias veces.

Instrúyalos que escriban cada palabra detalladamente en el papel y repitan el sonido en español como ellos escucharon los sonidos en el ejercicio.

“Mi palabra favorita es:  ______________”.

 

SPANISH ALPHABET

elalfabetomenu

The objective of this lesson is that the kids explore and interact with Spanish speech sounds utilizing every letter in the Spanish alphabet, apply initial sounds to letters, practice letter formation and learn basic alphabet sounds and words.

This activity can be use in kindergarten to 2nd grade kids, for 30 minutes of practice.

MATERIALS: Computer, internet access, OnlineFreeSpanish website, paper, pencil and eraser.

ACTIVITY

Instruct the children to click on the letter icons in the website in any order to see, hear, and manipulate the sounds and letters of the alphabet. Instructs them to listen to the letters by clicking on them and then repeat the sounds.  Repeat several times.

Instruct them to spell each word on paper and spelling the word in Spanish by sounding it out as they heard it each letter.  Ask them to practice writing the word that they like the most “Mi palabra favorita es: __________________.” filling the blank with their favorite word.

 

 

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

Please like & share:

La ronda infantil “los cinco deditos” – Nursery Rhyme “five fingers”

A continuación les comparto una rima tradicional en español,  siempre la usamos cuando jugamos con los niños pequeños, es la rima de los deditos y el huevo.

Éste compró un huevito

Éste lo cocinó.

Éste le echo la sal.

Éste lo probo un poquito …

Y éste pícaro gordo … se lo comió todito!

 

The following rhyme is a traditional  Spanish rhyme that we always used  when we play with young children, is the rhyme of the little fingers and the egg.

This one bought a little egg.

This one started to fry it.

This one sprinkled it with  the salt.

This one took a little bite …

And this cute, chubby one ate it – What a sight!

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

Please like & share:

Los útiles escolares! – School supplies!

Llegó la época de comprar todos los útiles escolares!

El día que fuimos a comprar los útiles a nuestros hijos, creo que fue uno de los días mas divertidos para ellos.

Este año fue algo diferente, practicamos nuestro español, cada vez que necesitamos un útil escolar, le decía a mis niños: tráeme un “borrador”, ahora busquemos “los colores”, necesitamos unas “tijeras”, y así sucesivamente fuimos completando todos los útiles que ellos necesitanban para la escuela.

La memorización es una parte fundamental en el aprendizaje de nuevas palabras. En lección #1 de los útiles escolares encontramos 9 tarjetas con dibujos relacionados a los útiles escolares. Oprima sobre “start” para escuchar la pronunciación de cada objeto. Cuando termine de escuchar todo el vocabulario va  ha tener la oportunidad de jugar! El juego es un juego de memoria donde se relaciona una gráfica con tres palabras; debe oprimir sobre la palabra correcta que indique qué gráfica es la que esta observando.

En la lección #2 de los útiles escolares, vamos a aprender como se pronuncian y se escriben nueve artículos más que usamos en la escuela.

Aprender jugando es una manera muy eficaz de adquirir un nuevo lenguaje.

El juego crea un momento de relajación que favorece el comportamiento para memorizar nuevos conocimientos.

Así que a jugar!

____________________________________________________

It is time to buy all school supplies! The day when we went to buy supplies for our children, I think it was one of the most fun days for them.

This year was different, we practice our Spanish. Every time we needed an item from the list the school sent, I told my kids to get me an item and I would say the name of the item in Spanish.  For example,  “borrador”, now look for “colores”, we need  “tijeras”. That way, we completed all school’s supplies that they need for school and practiced our Spanish.

Memorization is a key part of learning new words. In lesson # 1 of the school supplies, you can see 9 cards with pictures related to school supplies. Click on “start” to hear the pronunciation of each object. When finished listening to all the vocabulary words, you will have a chance to play! The game is a memory game where a graph is associated with three words; you must press on the correct word to indicate which graph you are watching.

In Lesson # 2 of school supplies, students will learn how pronounce and write nine more articles than they use at school.

Learning through play is a very effective way of acquiring a new language.

The game creates a moment of relaxation that encourages behavior to memorize new knowledge.

So come and play!

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

Please like & share:

Día de Acción de Gracias – Thanksgiving Day!

 

Llego el día de acción de gracias! OFS a creado un menú con una gran variedad de actividades que podemos desarrollar con los niños, ya sea en casa o en la escuela.

Podemos practicar el vocabulario específico de ese día, palabras como “pavo – salsa – peregrino” entre otras. Divertidas actividades como Dunk-a-Pingo, donde tienes que adivinar la palabra antes de que el pingüino caiga en el agua fría; Click-n-Match, donde tienes que asociar el dibujo con la palabra en español correspondiente, aquí vas a practicar mucho la pronunciación y el vocabulario, y no puede faltar Beenny’s Game! Donde tienes que proteger a la abeja para que no se la coman los sapitos, tienes que adivinar la palabra que se muestra en la gráfica!, así ayudarás a la abejita a llegar a su casa.

Hojas para colorear y sopas de letras! Y quiero hacer énfasis en este juego porque las palabras a buscar en las sopas de letras nunca van a estar en la misma posición, siempre que la juguemos va ha ser diferente!

A jugar y a divertirnos aprendiendo!

____________________________________________________

Believe it or not Thanksgiving is here! OnlineFreespanish created a menu with a bunch of new activities for our kids at home or at school.

We can practice Spanish vocabulary with words related to this holidays such as “pavo – salsa – peregrino” and many more. Awesome playful activities like Dunk-a-Pingo, where you must guess the word before the penguin falls into the cold water; or Click-n-Match, where you have to associate the graphic with the corresponding Spanish word. Helping you practice pronunciation and vocabulary. And we couldn’t leave behind Beenny’s Game! Where you have to protect Benny from the frogs! guessing the word shown in the picture, will help Benny to get home safe.

Additionally, we have word search puzzles and coloring pages! Let’s emphasize the word search puzzle game, because these puzzles will never be the same. The words never will be in the same position, whenever we play, we have a different puzzle!

So let’s play and have fun while learning!

Thanks,

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

facebook: freespanish
twitter: freespanish
youtube: onlinefreespanish

Please like & share:

Qué hora es? – what time is it?

Expresar el tiempo en español es realmente sencillo, “Qué hora es?

En esta lección vas a aprender y a practicar como decir la hora en sus cuatro más importantes formas que son:

1:00      “es la una” – it is one o’clock

1:15         “es la una y cuarto” – a quarter past one

1:30      “es la una y media” – half past one

1:45         “es la una menos cuarto” – a quarter to one

Los juegos enlinea son realmente buenos para practicar como decir la hora en español.

Uno de los juegos interesantes es “Telling time in Spanish” además de que podemos escoger la hora, escuchar el sonido, en su background vamos a ver  una gráfica cuando es de día o cuando es de noche, ese efecto nos parece divertido.

abcya.com tiene bastantes juegos educativos, en la sección de números, uno de los juegos es “learn to tell time” el juego es en inglés, pero nos pareció bastante bueno para practicar como aprender a leer mejor el reloj!  Y vienen los dos relojes digital o análogo, esto permite escoger en que reloj quieres jugar.

Para cerrar esta lección de “Qué hora es?”, les recordamos que en nuestra sección de printables, van a encontrar muchos ejercicios prácticos que pueden imprimir y desarrollar, con varias opciones de impresión que ustedes mismos pueden escoger.

A jugar y a divertirnos aprendiendo!

__________________________________________________

Learning how to express the time in Spanish is really simple, “What time is it?”

In this lesson you will be able to learn and practice how to say the time in Spanish on the four most important uses, which are:

1:00 –  “es la una” – it is one o’clock
1:15 –  “es la una y cuarto” – a quarter past one
1:30 –  “es la una y media” – half past one
1:45 –  “es la una menos cuarto” – a quarter to one

Online games are a good and fun learning tool to practice how to tell the time in Spanish.

One of the interesting games is called “Telling time in Spanish“.  With this game we can choose the time, hear the pronunciation in Spanish, and additionally in the background we can see a graph that change when it is day or night. Pretty fun don’t you think?

abcya.com have a plenty selection of  educational games. One of them called “learn to tell time”, the game is in English but we felt that is a pretty good game to practice, and learn how to read the clock much better! It gives you the two clocks, one is digital, the other is analog.

Finally to close this lesson “What time it is?” We want to remind you of our printable section. You will find many practice sheets that can be printed, and with several printing options to help you choose whatever you liked the most.

So let’s Play and have fun while learning!

Thanks,

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

facebook: freespanish
twitter: freespanish
youtube: onlinefreespanish

Please like & share:

Mes de la herencia hispana — Hispanic Heritage Month

Del 15 de Septiembre al 15 de Octubre, se celebra el mes de la Hispanidad. La razón por la que eligieron iniciar el Mes de la Hispanidad el 15 de septiembre, es porque es la fecha en la que celebra  la  Independencia de cinco naciones de América Latina: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua. México, Chile y Belize celebran su Independencia los días 16, 18 y 21 de septiembre respectivamente.

En Estados Unidos muchos latinos e hispanos han realizado importantes contribuciones a la sociedad logrando importantes éxitos en la ciencia, arte, deportes, política y muchos otros campos.

Existen diferentes formas de celebrar el mes de la herencia hispana. Podemos leer algunos libros a nuestros hijos o alumnos, en Español, o realizar eventos donde los niños puedan compartir su herencia hispana. Por estos días en la escuela de uno de mis hijos realizaron un evento donde los niños debían crear una cartelera en la cual se recopilara su herencia hispana. Fue muy bonito el proyecto, pues mi hijo colocó fotos de sus abuelos, joyas, dinero, la bandera, productos como el café  y vistió para su exposición una camiseta con los colores de nuestro país, Colombia.

Realmente sentimos que nuestro hijo está muy orgulloso de su herencia hispana.

Como hispana, los invito a participar en esta celebración, enseñando a nuestros hijos las tradiciones, la cultura y lo más importante el idioma Español.

A continuación adjunto algunos links importantes de consulta.

http://www.hispanicheritage.org/
http://hispanicheritagemonth.gov/
http://racerelations.about.com/od/diversitymatters/a/Celebrating-Hispanic-Heritage-Month.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Hispanic_Heritage_Month

_____________________________________________________________________________

From September 15 to October 15 is celebrated Hispanic Heritage month. The reason for chose to start the Hispanic Heritage Month September 15, is because it is the date on which celebrates the independence of five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. Mexico, Belize and Chile celebrate their independence on 16, 18 and 21 September respectively.

In the U.S. many Latinos and Hispanics have made significant contributions to the country achieving significant success in science, art, sports, politics and many other fields.

There are different ways to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. We can read some books to our children or students, in Spanish, or hold events where children can share their Hispanic heritage. In the past days, in the school of one of my children made ​​an event where children had to create a billboard which compile their Hispanic heritage. The project was nice because my son put photos of their grandparents, jewelry, money, flag, products such as coffee and dressed for exhibition a shirt with the colors of our country, Colombia.

We really feel that our son is proud of his Hispanic heritage.

As a Hispanic, I invite you to participate in this celebration, teaching our children the traditions, culture and most importantly the Spanish language.

Here attached some important links.

http://www.hispanicheritage.org/
http://hispanicheritagemonth.gov/
http://racerelations.about.com/od/diversitymatters/a/Celebrating-Hispanic-Heritage-Month.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Hispanic_Heritage_Month

Thanks,

OnlineFreeSpanish.com
A fun way to learn Spanish
Especially for kids of all ages.

facebook: freespanish
twitter: freespanish
youtube: onlinefreespanish

Please like & share: