If you are planning to visit Valencia this year with the children, I am sure you want to go to the beach and enjoy as much as you can the sunshine but… in Valencia there are also some other very good alternatives to keep the children entertained and happy, and one of my family’s favorite ones is the “BIOPARC”.
We went with our son when he was little, at that time we still lived in Valencia and he loved every minute of that day.
The Winter and the Spring are the best seasons from my point of view to visit it because during the summer is quite hot but, truly…. anytime is a good time.
It would be a good practice for the children to learn the name of the animals and follow the map around the find them all: El rinoceronte, el elefante, el león…. And the blue sky is always there!
If you want to get your little ones learning Spanish at home, this is an easy book with CD that might be good. I have used it with little early learners and they love the songs and the exercises. I was even preparing little dancing moves to go with the songs and the children loved to join in.
It has a little bite of everything, from learning animals names, colours, clothing, body parts… It is very colorful and it has some nice stickers too. The little ones always love stickers!
It’s always a hard topic to talk about but it is important to understand it if you want to do well in you A levels.
Do your research, ask for help! Don’t hesitate! I found this image in a newspaper from 2016 that I have just found among my books, what comes to say that it is a topic that it is very much alive as time passes by.
I discovered this book few years ago and it is an easy and entertaining way to learn some of the Spanish we use during informal conversation with friends.
To be able to use this book you need to have knowledge of the present tenses as well as some of the past tenses, so I would say it is a book for late A1 and A2.
Can you translate the following words? It’s basic vocab and sentences from the first units of A1. It’s always good to keep revising previous work that you might have looked at in class so that you don’t forget them.
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For those of you that are planning to travel to latino América I have put together a little list of vocab that might be helpful.