Speekee TV

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Speekee uses a mixture of children filmed on location in Spain with puppets to teach Spanish in an immersion approach.   Each video has a theme (e.g. El Cafe, El Zoo, etc.) with consistency in format.  This repetition within each program helps the kids to learn key words and phrases in a fun manner.

 

About Speekee TV:

Speekee Puppet

  • 10 EPISODES OF SPANISH
  • OVER 150 MINUTES OF PURE SPANISH LEARNING
  • LEARN SPANISH FROM REAL SPANISH CHILDREN IN REAL SPANISH LOCATIONS
  • FEATURES SONGS, ANIMATION AND PUPPETS
  • OPTIONAL SUBTITLES IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH
  • FREE ACTIVITY SHEET DOWNLOADS
  • GREAT FUN AND EXTREMELY EFFECTIVE
  • CREATED BY SPECIALIST LANGUAGE TEACHERS
  • FREE OPTIONAL CURRICULUM
  • SONGS YOU CAN’T STOP SINGING

 

Speekee AgesThe target range for Speekee is toddler through elementary grades.   Speekee TV provides not only access to the videos, but also to Speekee FastTrack which lays out an easy to follow plan spanning 40 weeks.  Each week has suggested activities with corresponding video clips, worksheets and other resources.  They also supply vocabulary flashcards by episode for review with your child.

Subscribing to Speekee TV is easy.  They give you 2 weeks free to try it out and then charge just $7.50 per month for your subscription through PayPal.  Alternatively, you can pay for one year up front for $60.

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A big thank you to Laura of Day by Day in our World for writing this introductory post.

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