Spanish Videos for Kids
Fritzi’s in the house! But ¿dónde está Fritzi? Finding the mischievous mouse Fritzi is just part of the fun in this lively language learning program. This award-winning Spanish immersion video welcomes you to Fritzi’s house, where up or down, inside or out, there is lots to learn and plenty to do. Explore every area of Fritzi’s house, from el dormitorio (the bedroom) and el baño (the bathroom) to la sala (the living room) and la cocina (the kitchen). An engaging interactive format encourages viewers to learn and retain basic greetings and positional words as well as words for food, daily activities, numbers, and more. But that’s not all! ¡Vamos a cantar y bailar! (Let’s sing and dance!) This video will have children on their feet dancing along to upbeat rhythms. Adentro y Afuera is an engaging blend of colorful backgrounds, charming animation and live-action that kids will want to revisit again and again. This video includes an easy-to-use translation guide for parents and teachers, who are first time learners of Spanish. Designed for children ages 2-7, Adentro y Afuera is fun for all ages!
“If you are looking for a great video to begin the introductory process to the Spanish language, look no further than this DVD…”
The National Parenting Center
“Extremely well-produced and instantly engaging, these DVD’s could compete for airtime against any existing educational TV show for young children.”
Grandkids Gift Guide
“Viewers young and old were captivated from the moment the bright-eyed, engaging and charming host, Maria, appeared on screen…”.
Parents’ Choice Foundation
“…very colorful and a delightful way to teach Spanish to your young children…”
The Dove Foundation
“The use of repetition is masterful – reinforcing without being boring.”
School Library Journal, December 2009
“The DVD includes animation, entertaining music and fun puppets, among other things, making the process of learning actually fun.”
“… a great Spanish immersion program for individual families, but it’s also perfect for preschools, schools, and other child care programs.”
Edna Wallace, Pages, Inc.