Edhelper (http://www.edhelper.com/) isn't free, but it's close (it's on the order of $20 per year), and they have Spanish worksheets. I'd strongly recommend, however, that if you really want to have your child speak Spanish that you find a native speaker (try the local college) to play with your child a few times a week -- in Spansh.
Quoting mommy242012:Thank you. That's a great idea!
This is my hobby horse issue -- getting kids fluent in another language if you don't speak it. We've had very good success in two additional languages other than English (Spanish and Japanese) with our four kids, who range in age from 19 down to 5. You can send me a message separately if you want to discuss.
Switch to Mobile Site
Getting Started Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
Part of the CafeMom family
© 2015 CMI Marketing, Inc. All rights reserved.
Already Joined? LOG IN