On The Tip of Our Tongue (But We Prefer It Inside Our Bellies)

From the pinnacle of the panhandle to the banks of the Rio Grande, Texans have since their infancy been inextricably connected (like it or not) to the Spanish language.  Whether by the fortified walls of San Antonio de Valero (known to gringos far and wide as “the Alamo”) or the aforementioned river that shares our [...]

10 things to look for in a Homeschool Spanish Curriculum

I often get asked “What makes for a good homeschool Spanish curriculum?”  In today’s post, I go over the top ten things to look for in just that. Please keep in mind these are in no particular order. 1) Age Appropriate – Not too complex – one of the easiest things to do is to [...]

What’s Mother’s Day Like In Guatemala?

What exactly is Guatemalan Mother’s Day or El Día de Las Madres? It’s what you might expect. It’s a day where the nation of Guatemala takes 24 hours to stop and acknowledge the contribution that mothers have had in their lives and to show them a little appreciation for their continual sacrifices. Thanks to the [...]

Spanish High School Credit Explained

One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is, “Do you offer credit?” Well in this post, we are going to cover several aspects of that question to increase understanding of how Homeschool Spanish Academy can help you achieve your child’s foreign language goals. In short, we are not accredited by a third party [...]

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