Parents always ask me for tips on what they can do to continue learning Spanish at home with their kids.
Here are some of my favorite tips:
Books, books, and more books!
There are a TON of awesome Spanish books out there and you don't have to be fluent to read them to or with your child. Amazon.com has a great selection of easy colorful books, perfect for any level of Spanish.
There is also the free library, I have found tons of really great books there. Some libraries have a larger selection than others. The good thing about libraries is you can try before you buy and if you're a little nervous or just don't know which books to look for then try the ones on my list of must haves.
I. La oruga muy hambrienta - Eric Carle
2. Donde esta Spot? - Eric Hill
3. Opuestos - Sandra Boynton
4. Buenas Noches Gorila- Peggy Rathmann
5. Donde esta el ombliguito?- Karen Kats
6. Perritos - Sandra Boynton
7. Tren de Carga- Donald Crews
8. Margaret y Margarita- Lynn Reiser
9. Buenas Noches Luna - Margaret Wise Brown
10. Perro Grande, Perro Pequeño- P.D. Eastman
These books are simple, easy to read, and most of them are books that your child may already know in English.
There is also music! Youtube has some really fun simple songs and if you allow your child to have screen time, why not do it in Español? Keep in mind that your child doesn't have to be glued to the screen you can play them while you're in the car or while your at home doing whatever you do. Youtube is also where we learned some of our favorite classroom songs.
Just type in 'Canciones Infantiles' and you should come up with a long list of fun songs to jam out to!
Hope you found these tips useful! Feel free to comment your own tips.