Monthly Archives: January 2018

Así soy

I’ve yet to see The Greatest Showman but I love the soundtrack so when I found this video today I was delighted. This is me in Spanish – Así soy. Below the video I’ve posted the lyrics too. It won’t be a song I necessarily teach the children but it’ll make a pleasant background to […]

Some Spanish clapping rhymes

Just found a post I wrote 2 years ago and never published! It a companion to this post about Calming songs and rhymes about hands!  I shared the Chocolate rhyme previously but I think it’s worth sharing again as it’s been so popular with Y2. And, as this post shows with ‘mariposa’, any other four syllable […]

Los mágicos copos de nieve

Today I had a ‘random’ lesson with Y6, one of those times in a two form entry school where I only have half the year group so need to do something different. A series of happenstances made the choice easier: A tweet from Janet Lloyd that Primary Language Network were offering a free resource about […]

¡Vámonos! in top 50 online resources for learning Spanish

I received an email on Thursday from a young man called Matt J at Tutorful: My name is Matt and i’m getting in touch today with some great news – ¡Vámonos! has been featured in our Top 50 Spanish Learning Resources. As you know, there’s hundreds if not thousands of sites offering Spanish resources, but we […]

Mi Madrid

If you’ve read the Lisibo Ltd page of this site recently, you may have read the following under my activities for 2017: An exciting project for young learners of Spanish – sworn to secrecy but all will be revealed soon! Well ‘soon’ has arrived and I’m pleased to tell you all about it! Teaching Spanish […]