Homeschool Spanish Academy Promo Code and Review

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Have you ever experienced the surprise and sheer joy of hearing your child unexpectedly start speaking Spanish?

I can’t even describe the pride and happiness I felt in my heart when my two-year-old asked for a naranja for breakfast yesterday.

The conversation went something like this.

Me: What fruit would you like with breakfast today? Oranges, strawberries, blueberries…?

Him: Naranja.

Me: Naranja? You want a naranja?

Him: Wes (His version of yes).

Me, with a bursting heart: Squeeeeeeeeee! Here you go!

The day before, my boys and I had tried out a free 25-minute class with Homeschool Spanish Academy.

From just that one free trial class, they learned some colors and fruits in Spanish, and we have been reinforcing them in our conversations at home ever since.

You might be wondering why a former Spanish teacher would sign up for Spanish classes for my kids. The sad truth is that up until yesterday, I never got around to seriously speaking Spanish with them.

I always dreamed that I would raise these perfectly bilingual kids from the day they were born, but when I had my two boys 13 months apart, reality (and survival mode) set in and it didn’t exactly happen that way.

That’s why I’m so over the moon that we are finally kicking off our family’s Spanish learning journey with Homeschool Spanish Academy, and I want to share all about our experience.

When you’re ready, use the below promo code exclusive to Small World Spanish readers to sign up for Spanish classes for your kids (or for yourself)!

Try a FREE 25-minute Spanish class with Homeschool Spanish Academy, and save 5% when you use promo code SWSCLASSES to sign up for regular classes! (New customers only)

What is Homeschool Spanish Academy and how does it work?

Homeschool Spanish Academy is an online Spanish learning program for both kids and adults that connects students with certified Spanish instructors in Guatemala.

The founder of HSA, Ron Fontin, traveled to Guatemala in 2010 and realized that because the tourism industry there is so cyclical, teachers didn’t have steady year-round job opportunities. Homeschool Spanish Academy offers consistent work for its teachers, as well as a fun, quality Spanish education for students.

Homeschool Spanish Academy is accredited and has a team of over 50 certified Spanish teachers, all trained in-house in Antigua, Guatemala.

Classes are offered live over Google Hangouts and cover all ages from preschool through adult. High school students can even earn credit through HSA.

Classes include review, new concepts, and application. PDF files of all course materials are provided.

And yes, students will have homework, quizzes, and tests. Grades are optional for preschool, elementary, and adult learners.

Learn more about how Homeschool Spanish Academy works here.

My experience with Homeschool Spanish Academy

After finding out about HSA, I was so intrigued that I signed up for a 25-minute free class.

Signing up was simple. Sessions were available the same day, but I chose a time the following morning, as my kids pay the best attention in the mornings.

I received e-mail reminders before our class with a link to access our Google Hangout. All I had to do was click the link in the e-mail at our appointed time, and we were connected to our teacher.

Our teacher, Ruth, was warm and wonderful. She started by greeting and introducing herself to us in both Spanish and English, and asked us a little bit about ourselves. The boys and I felt comfortable with her right away.

We then dove right into our introductory lesson with learning about colors in Spanish.

Homeschool Spanish Academy color lesson

Ruth shared her screen with us, which had five colors on it.

Not only did the boys listen to and repeat the color words, but she also had them go find some objects around the house that matched the colors we were talking about. My oldest brought a green toy broom to show her, while my youngest ran and brought an orange. So not only did they learn the color words, but they were also introduced to other vocabulary as well.

We then moved onto fruits, which my kids were very excited about. (Fruit is something that my picky eaters can never seem to get enough of!)

Homeschool Spanish Academy fruit lesson

We went over the names of the fruits in Spanish, and then reinforced colors a bit more by talking about the colors of the fruits.

Ruth asked, ¿Prefieres uvas moradas o uvas verdes? Do you prefer purple grapes or green grapes?

Even though Homeschool Spanish Academy suggests a minimum age of 4.5-5 years (they have to be able to pay attention to a 25-minute lesson), my 2.5- and 3.5-year-olds loved it.

As I’m typing this post, my older one is looking over my shoulder at the above photo saying, “I want to do Spanish again!”

If that’s not a testament to how great our lesson was, then I don’t know what is!

Try a FREE 25-minute Spanish class with Homeschool Spanish Academy, and save 5% when you use promo code SWSCLASSES to sign up for regular classes! (New customers only)

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Have you tried Homeschool Spanish Academy? Are you planning to? Let me know how it goes in the comments below. I’d love to hear from you!

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Homeschool Spanish Academy Promo Code and Review

2 thoughts on “Homeschool Spanish Academy Promo Code and Review”

  1. I think that this is so neat! It’s much better to teach other languages to children when they are young and this sounds like it’s a lot of fun. Fun makes learning easy, right?

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