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.


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 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 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.


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.


By using the online activities at, 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.


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