To start learning his vowels I am using a Cartilla Fonética (This is a phonics booklet used in the Puerto Rican school system. Unfortunately, they don’t sell these on Amazon or on-line. Trust me I’ve looked. I was blessed to have my mother send us one from Puerto Rico). I started using this booklet because it’s simple, and very easy to practice and to read the vowels in Spanish.What I like about “la cartilla fonética” is that the phonetics of the vowels are being repeated through out the words, and sentences. Creating rhyming sounds, and repetition. Great for learning!
- A: avión, abeto
- E: estrella, elefante
- I: isla, iglú
- O: oso, oveja
- U: uva, unicornio
|What I really liked about this mini-book is that he can also trace the letters of the vowels.|
This was a fun session, but I know if I don’t “spice” it up; my child will lose interest. I’ve been pondering ideas on how to incorporate learning the vowels in a fun and easy way! I’ll be back with a new version on “Aprendiendo las vocales” 🙂 in the meantime, what fun ways do you teach your child another language?
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¡Hasta la próxima!