Spanish Tip of the Week: Open Ended Questions

This month at Pine Village, we will be learning all about famous artists and recreating our own versions of some of their famous masterpieces!

You don’t have to speak a lot of Spanish to encourage your child to do so.  Simply ask an open ended question and let them respond with as many words as they like! (If you don’t understand the reply you can ask them to repeat themselves in English.)

Even if you speak Spanish fluently, open ended questions give your child a chance to express themselves fully.  It’s a great way to spark deep imaginative thought and self-expression in any language.

Here’s one quick art-related example:

Try asking your child in Spanish,
“¿Qué ves?” 
(Kay Vase) 
What do you see?

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