Interactive Powerpoints


Spanish reading instruction begins in Book One by teaching letter-sound correspondences: a, e, i, m and s. Children learn to identify the sounds (not the letter names) as they learn new vocabulary from a set of more than 300 vocabulary words.

As Spanish vocabulary increases---as for example, with abrelata, avestruz, embudo, incendio, imán, maguey and sonaja--- and many other words, which children often do not know, the also learn to form syllables, like ma, me, mi, sa, se, si.

Included in the Power Points are interactive tests to ensue the child is gaining the knowledge intended in the program.