Spanish Web Links

Practice Spanish in class and at home!
5th Grade Spanish Class Website: 
Spanish-English Dictionary:
 
  • WordReference Word Reference is the best online dictionary I have found. It provides Spanish and English translations, definitions, and forums that discuss how to use or translate difficult phrases or idiomatic expressions.
 
General resources for learning Spanish:
  • Hello World : Lessons, worksheets, and flashcards that help with a variety of topics and pronunciation in Spanish.
  • BBC - Primary Languages (Spanish):  Information about vocabulary and grammar with games and videos to make learning fun!
  • QUIA The QUIA website is a great tool to help students review and study vocabulary. There are pre-made activities and games, or students can make their own using their vocabulary sheet.
  • Español I - Review Pages This teacher-created website lists vocabulary games organized by topics found on QUIA.  It also has information on grammatical concepts.
  • Quizlet The Quizlet website is similar to the QUIA website. It helps students study vocabulary that we learn in class through games, review and flashcard. Students can search under Spanish topics.
  • Salsa: Spanish Language learning program through Georgia Public Broadcasting.  Watch episodes online and play games to help build vocabulary and comprehension.
  • WachKnowLearn: Free educational video archive with lots of videos in Spanish.

 

Videos we've watched in class:

 

​Websites to support our learning:

 

Summer Spanish Fun:

  • Spanish Storytimes and Book Clubs at Hennepin County Public Libraries and Red Balloon Bookstore.  Use keyword search "Spanish" to find specific events on the calendar websites.
  • Enjoy the rhythms of Latin and Caribbean music in the parks.  Performers such as Ecuador Manta, Zorongo Flamenco, and Charanga Tropical have several performances in various Minneapolis parks throughout the summer.
  • Watch the "Cesar Chavez" movie in the park at 8:30pm on July 25, Bossen Field Park.  Movie starts at dusk.
  • Spend an afternoon immersed in world cultures during Family Fridays from 5:00-8:00pm at the Midtown Global Market.
  • Take a trip to Mercado Central on Lake Street to experience the tastes and fashions of Latin America.
  • Sing and dance at the Flint Hills International Children's Festival.  There are a variety of artists and performing groups sharing their talents in Latin American music and dance on the free outdoor stages outside the Ordway between 10:00am and 5:00pm on May 30th and 31st.  
  • Join a summer class or camp through Minneapolis Community Ed, St. Paul Community Ed or Language Sprout to grow your skills during our break.