Alright, SSL students!!! Here’s tons of resources to assist you with your Spanish learning! 🙂 Some are free and some are not, so be sure to ask your parents before agreeing to pay for one of these.
Learn the basics: Learn with El Chavo del Ocho (a famous TV character from the 1970s)
YouTube episodes of El Chavo del 8 : A great listening exercise! Keep a written list of what you understand in an episode. Keep a line graph to show how many words/phrases you understand each time you watch an episode.
http://www.veintemundos.com/ offers free Spanish articles, vocabulary and grammar lessons.
SpanishDict.com also has free videos on YouTube to teach verb forms, questions, and tricky words
www.quizlet.com to make your own flashcards!
www.studyspanish.com Practice for vocabulary and grammar
Spaleon.com Use the conjugator to practice verb tenses, or watch interesting video clips from Spanish-speaking countries.
www.babbel.com: Beginner and Advanced levels. Learn vocabulary through listening to and reading dialogue. Geared toward adult learners (some topics are more adult like how to say you are married). Free trial and then it’s $12.95/month. Rates are lower depending on how long you subscribe for.
Mobile Apps to Check Out: Duolingo (free), Rosetta Stone (free demo), FluentU (free), MindSnacks ($4.99), Memrise (free), Cat Spanish (free), Fluencia ($14.95/month), Open Language ($30/month), Mosalingua ($4.99-$5.99), Busuu (lots of speaking practice, $21/month), Lingualia ($14.95), Speak Easy ($3.99)
Just for fun: Idioms from Around the World
Disney Songs for Fluency Practice