children's music to learn spanishYou know how much I love using children’s learning materials to help people learn Spanish–I do this because these two groups of people, children that are native speakers and adults learning Spanish as a 2nd language, are frequently at about the same skill level and consequently learning material designed for one often works well for the other.

I just wanted to let you know that Spanish Playground just put up a blog post that I love because it combines using music and lyrics like I do with my Shakira posts with the children’s learning material aspect and uses a common Spanish children’s song called ¡Arriba Juan! to teach you some Spanish.  Very cool, definitely recommend you check it out.

Also, I know I haven’t been active much this summer, I’ve had some business I needed to take care of, I will be doing a LOT with this blog in the coming months, more posts, more frequent posts, and a redesign, and I might be taking on a couple of writers to help out with generating awesome content for you guys, we’ll see.  Stay tuned 🙂

A quick note before we finish up: if you’re interested in teaching yourself Spanish…

I have a short post and video (that are free to read and view of course, won’t cost you more than a few minutes of your time) on how to do precisely that with the system that I put together which allowed me to become fluent in Spanish in just 6 months after years of trial-and-error by watching Spanish-language TV shows (like telenovelas, hence the name of the system) and movies, reading Spanish books and comics, and listening to Spanish music. If this sounds interesting to you, check it out by clicking the link below (the following link should open in a new tab or window for you when you click it so I’m not asking you to leave this article here):

“The Telenovela Method of Learning Spanish” (a “telenovela” is a Spanish-language soap opera, they’re what I initially used to teach myself Spanish!)

I also include some quick and valuable tips for learning Spanish as well as a couple of the most useful free Spanish-learning websites that I recommend.

Cheers,

Andrew

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