Susan Middleton Elya &
Charis is learning the Spanish alphabet. Instead of reciting the Spanish alphabet every single day, I decided to borrow CDs and books from the library to incorporate into the curriculum. The first book I borrowed was about Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead); let's just say, I took that book back to the library without reading it to Charis.
The next book I borrowed was N is for Navidad (much better than the previous book). I like that it not only includes Spanish words, but weaves in many traditions that are in Latino cultures (primarily those occurring in Mexico). Good news!! For those who need help with pronunciations, there are translations, along with pronunciations, in the back of the book.
Do you know a child who is learning the Spanish alphabet? If so, look into this book.