You 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 🙂

Cheers,

Andrew

I see you've been here a while (3 minutes, 30 seconds, to be precise)!

That must mean you like what you're reading!  You're finding it interesting, useful, helpful!  Oh that's wonderful, there's nothing more rewarding for a writer than knowing their material accomplished its goal of helping someone, of telling them something they didn't know before, of providing them with useful information!

Would you like more of the same? I can help you, Spanish students and teachers!

I have whole series of emails (many series!), lists of the most useful free online resources, and more to help beginning/intermediate Spanish students as well as Spanish teachers (a lot of that information is useful to both for different reasons).  If you'll subscribe to my email list right now I'll immediately send you my list of the Top 10 Free Online Spanish-Learning Resources as well as the first in my "Getting Started Learning Spanish" series, with much more to follow (e.g. my "Learn Spanish for Real" series where I teach idioms and slang from real-life contexts, "Learn Spanish from the News", "Learn Spanish on YouTube", and more!).

Thank you so much for giving me a chance and subscribing to my questionable writings, you'll receive your first two in the next few minutes - Andrew