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Hands-on Activities

Whether you are using the online Spanish program or our physical curriculum (or a combination), the FL4K Spanish program includes over 100 hands-on activities for teachers, facilitators, and parents who are able to be more involved with their students’ learning.

How it works

Students watch a short 5-minute video and then practice what they have learned through online and hands-on activities.

Each video and culture section in our Spanish curriculum come with several different hands-on activities. These options allow teachers and parents to choose activities that work for their situation, depending on time, the skills they want to prioritize, and what’s most engaging to their students.

DRAMA: Skits from videos, mimicking conversations and scenarios.
GAMES: Collaborative and friendly competition for teams, small groups, and pairs.
MUSIC & SONGS: Creative activities, singing, and connections to culture.
DISCUSSIONS: Age-appropriate student, class, or family discussions. Developing insight into linguistics and other cultures.
ART: Drawing, coloring, and creative activities.
COOKING: Discover recipes from around the world. Make them in class or at home!

Why it works

Why the activities work


They allow students to practice and reinforce what they’re learning in fun and diverse ways.


They help students start thinking in Spanish and conversing spontaneously.


They're appropriate for students to do together, regardless of age or level of Spanish.


They balance the online program.


They are fun for everyone: teachers, parents, and students alike.


They also provide a nice balance to the online program and can be used with only the Spanish videos, if preferred.


They provide variations for teachers and parents so they don’t have to speak Spanish unless they want to.


They are fun for everyone, teachers, parents and students alike.

Norma Fleming

Auckland, New Zealand

Thank you for your programme.  I love it, and the kids enjoy the activities.  I can imagine how much time goes into the programmes, and I am very appreciative to you for providing such a wonderful resource.