These flashcard books are designed with large, engaging pictures to help your little one learn Spanish - one fun, easy lesson at a time.
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In this lesson, we focus on learning colors & shapes. The "Learn Colors" and "Learn Shapes" sections have everything you need to teach your child Spanish Colors and Shapes including:
- The English word
- A large picture of the color or shape
- The Spanish word (including the article)
Then, to test how much your child has learned, switch to the "Practice Shapes" or "Practice Colors" section. This section works just like normal flash cards. The first page shows the color or shape and turning the "page" shows the same photo, this time with the Spanish word!
Plus at the end of the book are two convenient reference lists. One for the colors and one for the shapes!