Mrs. Charlotte Lawton » Resources & Links

Resources & Links

If you are looking for Spanish videos in one easy to find place, please look under the last tab entitled "Spanish Videos."  I have uploaded several videos on how to say hello (good morning, good afternoon & good night), good-bye, count to ten in Spanish, colors, and how to introduce yourself.
In class I have been using many videos produced by Calico Spanish.  My Symbaloo page contains the videos I use in class in one easy to find place so that you do not have to search them out on YouTube.  I have edited the videos so that my students only see what they need to see and hear.
Below are a few other resources that I have heard about from my colleagues. HPISD purchased a teacher subscription of Rockalingua since it was very popular with students during the 2015 - 2016 launch year.
  • Spanish School Bus by chungaboo (Numbers, colors, shapes, animals, clothing, family, body parts, food, weather, school objects & much more)
  • Fun Spanish by studycat (Colors, animals, games, numbers, food, body parts, clothes & much more & some items are free and there are in app purchases)
  • Gus on the Go  (Short stories about animals)
  • Pilipop (Games that review numbers, colors)
  • Duolingo (For more advanced learners & grammar based fill in the blank and multiple choice format)
  • OnlineFreeSpanish
  • Rockalingua (certain items are free & individual memberships can be purchased)
  • Dallas Public Library language learning software "Mango" (free to members)
  • Tumble Books (Requires a username and password to join)
  • Raz-kids
  • BBC Languages (games, videos & other resources in more than 30 languages)
  • Brain Pop: En Español (videos, quizzes, & reading materials in Spanish)
  • Babblezone (songs, stories, dialogues, games & phonics)
  • 123 Teach Me (free website, vocabulary practice, music with lyrics, dialogues, games & more!)
  • Clic Clic Clic: Cuentos Interactivos (free website offering interactive stories in Spanish)