These websites and apps can be a useful way to give kids more exposure to Spanish and help them stay in contact with the language:
“Gus on the Go” seems to be a good choice for young children who want a simple app for learning some new vocabulary words in Spanish. for Spanish you’ll be able to get an intro to topics like colors, numbers, animals, and more. For iOS and Android. ages 2-5. Only available version is paid, at $3.99
“Spanish School Bus” was created by a Spanish teacher to teach Spanish through vocabulary games and music. Inspired by her Montessori-based approach, the images in this Spanish app are really nice and the activities both show and say the words. The free version includes numbers, colors, and shapes, as well as some songs. For iOS. ages 6-8.
Paid version is $4.99 to access all 300 words and 60 levels.
“Fabu lingua”, A Spanish language-learning platform for kids based on beautiful interactive children’s stories. Our fun tales will take children on adventures filled with magical characters. By using kids’ natural love of storytelling, learning a second language becomes fun and easy. FabuLingua kids don’t ask to ‘learn’ with the app – they ask to ‘play’ with it
(Note: the description about the apps are taken from the app store)