I feel so lucky I found the art bundle. I was so tired of having to find bits and pieces of words to describe art in Spanish online. The bundle made it so easy to know what to do. I used it with my kids too. They really liked drawing what they saw. We all had fun and they learned some Spanish without realizing it.
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Art Study Discussion Guide ($29)
Our Art Study in Spanish®Discussion Guide will show you step-by-step how to observe and describe art while with question and answer prompts and worksheets.
What you'll receive...
Five straight-forward steps to talk about art
Planner and Lesson Plan
Story and Elements
Art Study of Artist
Drawing Details from Memory
Principles of Art
Write about the Art
Art Study Vocabulary ($19)
Our Art Study in Spanish® Vocabulary is designed to be a handy resource for the right words to describe an artwork. It is organized by step and topical categories. See the contents below.
What you'll receive...
50 jam-packed printable PDF pages!
abstract concepts and ideas
timeline and numbers
A peek inside...
Elements and Principles of Art in Spanish ($19)
The design concepts help you to tell the story of the artwork and the artists message.
Way back, I had to learn Spanish, so I could talk to my new in-laws, but quickly found out it wouldn't be easy. The classes and textbooks didn't give me the practical skills I needed. So I came up with my own ways to learn. Before long, I was joining in on the conversation around the table and on my way to fluency.
Fast forward, I have a degree in Spanish and five children who I want to become bilingual. In 2017 I started a blog about how to learn Spanish on your own and teach your kids.
Now I'm on a mission to help 1,000 language learners add 1,000 Spanish words to their active vocabulary.
I decided to recreate my exact learning systems that helped me understand others and express myself clearly in Spanish, so you can get there easier and faster.
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You can open the guides on your computer or keep a notebook with all the fillable sheets you need to practice your skills.
Yes! The Art Study in Spanish bundle comes in pdf format and can be opened on your internet browser, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge. Another alternative uses software, such as Apple Preview, Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word, or Google Drive
Will anything be shipped to me?
No, this is a digital product only. Everything you need will be delivered to you to download via email.
Does it include the artwork ?
When you purchase the bundle, you'll receive access to our private library of artist biographies and sample artwork. The details will be sent to your inbox immediately.
How long does art study take?
It takes about 30 minutes to go through the five steps, each step takes about five minutes. This program is flexible to your goals, so you choose which steps and how long to practice a particular skill based on your goals. Really, it's up to you to decide.
I don't know Spanish can I do this?
The Art Study in Spanish activity is scalable for beginners through advanced. Each step is doable for all learners. Start with words and work your way up into phrases and sentences. Then, at advanced levels full analysis is possible. A mix of learning levels is great for modeling and learning by teaching.
Can I do art study by myself?
Yes, you can go through the five steps alone and still practice all the language skills. You can ask yourself questions and answer them while you practice listening to yourself. The same goes with writing and reading your own work. The program is designed for learning Spanish on your own or with a group.
I've always been drawn to my Spanish heritage. But it was never a priority. I made resolutions, got books and said I would learn Spanish, I just never got around to it.
A good friend of mine sent me a link for the study planner. That was where everything changed for me. I just need a simple start. A year later, now I feel accomplished instead of guilty like I used to for not following through.
I'm so pleased with my progress and I can't wait to see what I can do by next year. Thank you, Rachel for your amazing resources.
Discussion Guide: Observe and describe art in five engaging steps to practice your all your language skills.