- About the Authors
Our Song School Spanish Book 2 songs (now available only in mp3 format) are for sale on their own! Whether or not you have time to include Spanish in your curriculum, you can still enjoy these amazing songs in your day, in your home or as you travel. Featuring more than 25 lively songs/chants, this music collection is a delightful part of the program that reinforces the Spanish taught in the Song School Spanish Book 2 student edition. Give your kids Spanish exposure even before they study it, or take this opportunity to share the music you have enjoyed with friends. These songs, sung by native speakers, include everyday vocabulary in an easy-to-remember format. This is the perfect dose of Spanish language contact without the commitment of a curriculum. Click on the Support tab above to download a PDF with song titles and lengths.
Song School Spanish Book 2 continues the engaging introduction to Spanish started in Song School Spanish Book 1. Each weekly lesson is peppered with songs, illustrations, handwriting practice, and activities for easy mastery and memorization. These activities include matching, writing, fill-in-the-blank, and drawing. Students will learn 185 everyday Spanish vocabulary words and phrases for people, places, things, actions, feelings, questions, days of the week, months of the year, the weather, and more. The audio files feature professional recordings of all songs taught in the text. As the perfect bridge between Song School Spanish Book 1 and Spanish for Children Primer A, Song School Spanish Book 2 gently and gradually introduces students to Spanish grammar, as well as new vocabulary, amply preparing students to move on to the next step of their Spanish language studies.
- A Stable Beginning
- Lextin Eclectic
- The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Review Crew
- Jennifer Lambert
- Teach Beside Me
- Ordinary Happily
- Family, Faith & Fridays
- A Learning Journey
- Mason Moments
- My Joy-Filled Life
“My 2nd grader really enjoyed the activities, the worksheets, the songs . . . pretty much everything about this program! There was so much to like about this program. So much is done right!” —Jenni, homeschool mom and blogger
“I really like the Teacher’s Edition. It is very easy to use. It has the student book replicated with all of the answers filled in, but also includes directions on how to teach or help your child learn certain words and concepts, and also has extra games and things that you can do with your child to help him learn and remember what is being taught.” —Tim, homeschool dad and blogger
“I have a great curriculum to share with you. The girls have been having the best time learning Spanish with Song School Spanish from Classical Academic Press. I think you’ll like it too! We love this curriculum, and I was so very happy to discover that the program continues into the older grades, so we can continue with the same company. My girls are having fun with the lessons, and the material is challenging without being too heavy. . . . Satisfied customers right here. :)” —Laurie’s School Days
Song School Spanish Book 2 CD Track Info (PDF) This file contains all of the track names and song lengths
Song School Spanish Book 2 Song Lyrics (PDF) This file contains all of the Song School Spanish Book 2 song lyrics.
Esteban A. Nieves
Esteban (Estee) is a musician from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He grew up in a Puerto Rican–American family and was surrounded by music and Spanish all his life. He first started studying Spanish formally in elementary school when he was a part of the Spanish Immersion Program in the Manheim Township School District. He began studying music at the age of ten, and developed a passion for guitar and singing. He has been writing and recording music since high school, and graduated with a BA in music and worship from Messiah College. Currently, Estee is seeking to continue his career as a writer, teacher, and worship pastor.Andrea Britton
Andrea lives in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Paul. She graduated from Messiah College with a psychology major and Spanish minor, acquiring her proficiency in Spanish through a study-abroad program in Quito, Ecuador. Andrea currently works as a regional development officer at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. She spends as much of her free time as possible traveling, and also volunteers for organizations including Big Brothers Big Sisters, Christian Churches United of Harrisburg, and the Leadership, Education and Farming (LEAF) Project. Andrea enjoys writing and performing original music and leading worship in both English and Spanish at her church in Harrisburg.
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