Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Spanish Resources for First - Third Grade

A few weeks ago, an anonymous reader wrote in and generously shared the following resources with me. These are all Spanish resources for various grade levels that she has used with her own kids. This collection is the result, I can tell you, of a LOT of time, energy, and research. I am so happy to be able to share them with all of you. So bookmark this page and enjoy!

A great resource for 3rd graders from the Secretary of Education from Nuevo Leon, Mexico. It is a 14 page review of reading comprehension and math. I think there are also editions for 4th, 5th, and 6th grade.

Reading comprehension for 2nd-3rd grade:

Reading comprehension for 1st grade

Great writing, thinking, describing exercises that are in really easy to print out pdfs for 1st-2nd grade:ágina_34.jpg?imgmax=640ágina_20.jpg?imgmax=640

Many color full page pictures of animals with accompanying description. Great for color printout 3rd grade:

Math addition exercise with accompanying picture to color in for 1st-2nd grade:

Con mucho cariño...


  1. We are an English only home with two kids in a bi-lingual/bi-literate program. I am having a HUGE challange finding books that engage my 8 yo ADD (gifted) son (who reads at a 2nd-3rd grade level in both langueges). I would appreciate a suggested reading list in Spanish for this age group beyond the "Captain Undepants books" that his English only mama can purchase for him! Thanks!

    1. My 8 year old loves all the Rick Riordan series. I recommend starting with the Percy Jackson and The Olympians series. They have all the books in Spanish as well as English and other languages. (Amazon key words Percy Jackson Spanish). This might be particularly interesting to your son as the hero is ADD (and dyslexic).

      I enjoyed reading them along with him!!

  2. So you're looking for chapter books, no? Have you looked at the Jovenes lectores series? Here's a link...

    Also, take a look at these chapter books:

    The Who was....? series in Spanish is also a possibility. As is El autobús mágico series.

    You can find all of these on

    Let me ask on the MommyMaestra FB page. And I'll keep digging around, and if I find more, I'll let you know!


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