Everybody loves playing games. Games are part of the fun of life.
And fun games can be part of the Spanish language learning process. Here are some of the best games available, and how to use them as part of a great Spanish learning program.
Transparent.com has four Spanish games available on their language learning website. Included are:
Word Seek-a Spanish language version of a school time favorite, these puzzles scramble Spanish words into a grid so that the student can hunt for them.
Plug-n-Play- players use a list of Spanish vocabulary and insert words correctly into a Spanish language paragraph.
Unscramble-put the scrambled Spanish words into correct sentence order based on your knowledge of correct Spanish grammar.
International Café- is a crazy game using food vocabulary in Spanish and four other languages.
Donquixote.org offers Spanish language Word Search games in 18 different topics, and Hangman games in 12 favorite themes.
Onlinespanishhelp.com has Spanish Hangman with audio available, and also offers Spanish Concentration, Word Search, and Crossword Puzzles. What is nice about this site is that you can decide if you want to play at Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced Levels by using a convenient drop-down box. You can also choose a game theme from multiple choices by using the Category drop-down box.
Langexpress.com has a very nice interactive online game that shows you an English word, and then you type in the correct Spanish word. Once entered, if correct, you can then hear the word pronounced properly. This interactive game is engaging for students because it uses flash and audio technology. The company also sells visually attractive flash cards to use while away from the computer.
FunBrain.com has a wacky Translator Alligator for elementary age Spanish students. The online interactive game has complete instructions for using the game, which features vocabulary recognition in English and Spanish. Students can type in the correct answers to play the เว็บพนันบอลดีที่สุดไม่ผ่านเอเย่นต์ game, and choose from sets of common vocabulary themes such as Animals, People Words, Food Words, Traveling, Around the House Words, and others. The site also offers an arcade of flash games, a math arcade, and The Moms’ and Kids’ Playground. The playground features an assortment of fun to play games which are accessed by clicking on any one of a number of cute cartoon characters to start a game. Each game is different, so you may want to try them out to find your favorite.
Whether you are young, or young at heart, go ahead and have some fun with these Spanish language learning games. Go ahead…you’ll enjoy yourself!