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Speekee® Accelerate

Accelerate your child towards fluent Spanish in just 40 weeks with our new Spanish Homeschool curriculum ideal for children aged 8+ (Yes, that’s me doing the commentary!) Sign up for Accelerate now at www.speekee.com. Until...

Speekee's FastTrack program is so hands-on!

Homeschooler Kimberly Lacey reviews Speekee’s FastTrack program

Homeschooler Kimberly Lacey reviews Speekee’s FastTrack program Come join us on a grand adventure! My name is Kimberly and I am a homeschooling mom of 3. My 9 and 2 year old daughters are...

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Faultless Spanish Learning for Kids

“10 Common Spanish-Language Mistakes That English Speakers Make”. That’s the title of one of our most popular blog posts ever. Penned by guest writer Paul Mains of Language Trainers, the post has been shared...

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Spanish Teachers! Cool new updates for you

Spanish Teachers! At Speekee we would be crazy if we didn’t listen to our customers, and you the teacher are as vital to us as the many parents of children who, through their excellent...

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7 Ways to Turn Your Home into a Spanish-Immersion Oasis

We are delighted to welcome back Paul Mains to write for Speekee this week! An article Paul authored for us recently – A Guided Tour of Spanish Dialects Across the Globe – has been shared hundreds of times across...

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Speekee’s new video clip series on YouTube

The second Speekee series, filmed last year and launched a few months ago, includes more than 30 videos. Compare that with the first series from 2007 which contained 10 videos. We’ve been busy (-;...

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How to use the subtitles in the Speekee videos

Do you know about the value of subtitles for learning languages? Speekee comes with optional subtitles. You can choose between Spanish and English, both languages at the same time, or watch with no subtitles...

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Why subtitles are great for language learning

The debate about the value of subtitles for language learning goes like this: Doesn’t reading the text distract from listening to the language? Doubt is cast. And doubt breeds frustration… [Silent Frustration] Image from nedhardy.com...

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