We liked putting those final stickers on our chart!
I’m not really sure where we’re going from here, but figure I have until our next school year starts in July to do some research and figure it out. Ha.
Just wanted to throw one more picture in of the Fearsome Foursome, just because it’s cute. The little girls are all about photo ops in their new tutus. They don’t know Spanish yet.
We completed the Yellow Level of our Hooked on Spanish program this week. That means that weâ€™ll likely be done with the Red Level before Christmas!
I wasnâ€™t really expecting full fluency at the end of 24 Spanish lessons. But I also wasnâ€™t expecting to fly through said 24 lessons as quickly as we have. Note to self: start researching other Spanish curricula.
What have we accomplished in 12 lessons?
Weâ€™ve learned â€œHelloâ€ and â€œGood-bye,â€ can count to ten, learned our colors and shapes, and know how to say how old we are.
I guess the best measure of retention is illustrated by the fact that the kids only shout â€œAdios, adios!â€ as Daddy leaves for work. Or that Henry will start counting something and self-correct and start over in Spanish. Or that they still ask Daddy what the Spanish Word of the Day is. So itâ€™s all good.
Iâ€™m actually looking forward to the things weâ€™ll learn in the Red Level. Then maybe weâ€™ll have to move to a Spanish-speaking country and immerse ourselves in language there.