Learn Online Spanish for Kids - Kochiva

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Curriculum

  • Basic Greetings:
    • Learn to say “Hola,” “Adiós,” “Buenos días,” and more.
    • Practice common phrases for meeting and parting.
  • Introductions:
    • Introduce yourself and others.
    • Ask and answer basic personal questions.
  • Expressing Emotions:
    • Describe how you feel using simple Spanish phrases.
    • Engage in role-playing activities to reinforce learning.

  • Counting in Spanish:
    • Numbers 1-30: Learn to count confidently.
    • Practice through interactive games and exercises.
  • Colors Galore:
    • Name and describe a variety of colors.
    • Associate colors with everyday objects.
  • Describing with Numbers and Colors:
    • Use numbers and colors to describe objects.
    • Participate in fun activities and challenges.

    1. Daily Activities:
      • Talk about your daily routine using present tense verbs.
      • Learn vocabulary related to daily life.
    2. Time Expressions:
      • Understand and use time expressions (e.g., por la mañana, por la tarde).
      • Create sentences to describe your daily schedule.
    3. Interactive Stories and Games:
      • Explore cultural aspects through stories and games.
      • Practice conversational skills in the context of daily routines.

  1. Describing Family:
    • Learn vocabulary related to family members.
    • Describe relationships within the family.
  2. Talking About Friends:
    • Discuss friendships and social activities.
    • Engage in role-playing scenarios.
  3. Everyday Vocabulary Expansion:
    • Expand your vocabulary with everyday words and expressions.
    • Participate in group discussions.

  1. Places in the City:
    • Learn names of common places in the city.
    • Practice giving and understanding directions.
  2. Shopping and Ordering:
    • Navigate basic shopping scenarios in Spanish.
    • Order food in a restaurant using simple phrases.
  3. Cultural Exploration:
    • Explore customs and traditions related to city life in Spanish-speaking countries.

  1. Talking About Events:
    • Express opinions about past and future events.
    • Learn vocabulary related to celebrations.
  2. Invitations and RSVPs:
    • Extend invitations and respond appropriately.
    • Role-play various event scenarios.
  3. Culminating Project:
    • Create a short presentation about a cultural event or celebration.

  1. Travel Vocabulary:
    • Learn essential travel-related phrases and vocabulary.
    • Navigate transportation scenarios (airports, bus stations, etc.).
  2. Accommodations:
    • Book a hotel room, ask for directions, and discuss amenities.
    • Role-play hotel check-in/check-out scenarios.
  3. Survival Language Skills:
    • Handle emergencies and unexpected situations.
    • Learn phrases for seeking help and expressing concerns.

  1. Food and Dining:
    • Order food in a restaurant, ask about the menu.
    • Explore traditional Spanish dishes and culinary customs.
  2. Cooking Expressions:
    • Learn cooking-related vocabulary and verbs.
    • Follow simple recipes and describe the cooking process.
  3. Cultural Culinary Adventure:
    • Discuss food traditions in different Spanish-speaking countries.
    • Share personal experiences with various cuisines.

  1. Shopping Vocabulary:
    • Practice shopping for groceries and everyday items.
    • Role-play market scenarios.
  2. Negotiation and Bargaining:
    • Learn phrases for negotiating prices and making purchases.
    • Discuss the cultural aspects of market interactions.
  3. Cultural Exploration:
    • Explore market customs and traditions in Spanish-speaking countries.
    • Share personal experiences related to shopping.

  1. Making Plans:
    • Discuss and make plans with friends.
    • Learn vocabulary related to social events and gatherings.
  2. Invitations and Replies:
    • Extend and respond to invitations.
    • Role-play various social scenarios.
  3. Expressing Preferences:
    • Talk about likes and dislikes.
    • Engage in conversations about hobbies and leisure activities.

  1. Work Vocabulary:
    • Learn job-related phrases and terminology.
    • Discuss professions and workplaces.
  2. Interview Skills:
    • Practice job interviews in Spanish.
    • Create resumes and cover letters.
  3. Workplace Etiquette:
    • Understand cultural norms in Spanish-speaking workplaces.
    • Share experiences and discuss similarities and differences.

  1. Geography and Customs:
    • Learn about the geography of Spanish-speaking countries.
    • Explore cultural customs and traditions.
  2. Festivals and Celebrations:
    • Discuss and compare festivals in different regions.
    • Create presentations about specific cultural events.
  3. Cultural Exchange:
    • Share personal experiences with Spanish-speaking cultures.
    • Collaborate on a group project that highlights cultural diversity.

  1. Medical Vocabulary:
    • Learn health-related phrases and medical terms.
    • Role-play doctor-patient scenarios.
  2. Appointment and Prescription:
    • Schedule medical appointments and discuss symptoms.
    • Understand and discuss prescriptions.
  3. Cultural Considerations:
    • Explore healthcare practices in different Spanish-speaking countries.
    • Discuss cultural attitudes toward health and wellness.

  1. Technology Vocabulary:
    • Learn terminology related to computers, smartphones, and the internet.
    • Discuss the impact of technology on society.
  2. Social Media and Communication:
    • Practice discussing social media activities.
    • Learn to express opinions about technology.
  3. Cultural Perspectives:
    • Explore technological advancements in Spanish-speaking countries.
    • Share personal experiences related to technology.

  1. Research and Presentation:
    • Conduct research on a topic related to the Spanish-speaking world.
    • Create and present a final project to the class.
  2. Reflection and Discussion:
    • Reflect on the language learning journey.
    • Engage in discussions about personal growth and cultural awareness.

Courses Details

Time

Time

Flexible

Batch Size

Batch Size

7-12 Students

Pedagogy

Pedagogy

Gamified Online

Certification

Certification

Yes

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Frequently Asked Questions?

Absolutely! Kids who start learning a second language early can catch up to native speakers in terms of skill. They also have a far higher probability of accentuating their second language like a native speaker. This is because young children's developing brains are now like thirsty sponges. Their minds are incredibly adaptable from babyhood until age seven. They diligently absorb sounds and information daily, wiring neural networks that facilitate the processing, retention, and application of language.

You can teach your child Spanish by enrolling in a Spanish for kids course. You can also use fun activities like games, songs, and picture books. Moreover, watch cartoons or movies in Spanish together and practice simple conversations.

The best age to learn Spanish is typically when you're young, like between 5 and 10 years old, because young brains can easily grasp a new language. However, people of any age can learn Spanish successfully. The key is to stay motivated, practice regularly, and enjoy the process!

The time it takes to learn Spanish can vary for kids based on factors such as age, exposure, and consistent practice. Generally, children can start speaking basic Spanish phrases in a few months of regular learning and practice. Immersion through activities, games, and exposure to Spanish content, like cartoons or books, can enhance the learning process for kids. Remember, every child is unique, so progress may differ. The key is to make the learning experience enjoyable and consistent.