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6 Fun, Easy and Unique Spanish Games to Learn Spanish Today 🎲 🎯

What do soothing anxiety and boosting language skills have in common? They happen when playing board games! I have 6 Spanish games to learn Spanish easily so not only can you boost your kids’ language skills, but you can also receive some other amazing benefits from playing board games with your kids. Or just have your kids play the games together and give yourself some time alone. 🙌

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6 Spanish Games to Learn Spanish Easily

Games are one of the best ways to learn Spanish. They’re fun so kids don’t know they’re learning and these games have useful Spanish words for kids making these the best Spanish games to learn Spanish easily.

1. La carrera por el aeropuerto (The Airport Race) 🏁

Click to download: La carrera por el aeropuerto (The Airport Race)

I created this game so we could practice the airport vocabulary and commonly used Spanish verbs in a different way than just with flashcards. Aidan loved it! He even took it to a friend’s house to play.

His friend took Spanish for a few years, so Aidan was confident his friend would be able to translate the cards and spaces. But when I picked Aidan up, Aidan told me he ended up translating because his friend hasn’t taken Spanish in a while and forgot a lot of what he learned.

I asked Aidan if he had to look at the English translations, and he said no. Then he said to me, “your work is paying off.” Yes, it is!! 💯

Spanish game to race through the airport
This is the game Airport Race at the beginning. I was a Lego person and Aidan was the mini dinosaur.

He’s not easy to please, so him liking the game is a win for me! He did have a few suggestions to make the game “spicier” 🌶️ (as he put it). I included one of his ideas to make the game “spicier” in the instructions.

Overall, I kept the format and instructions of the game pretty simple so even younger kids (early elementary) could play it. I won the first time we played and was impressed that Aidan didn’t lose it when he lost. It’s no joke that redheads have tempers. 👨‍🦰 =🌋

Instead, he wanted to play it again. And we laughed so much when we were playing! It was so fun. It was also pretty quick, so if you’re looking for a way to spend positive time with your kids but not take up a ridiculous amount of time (hello, Monopoly), then this game fits the bill.

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I chose this Lego figure because her face is exactly how I feel going through the airport.
I hate it!!

Plus, you can start learning Spanish right away. I included English translations of all of the Spanish phrases on the board and on the cards. And if this is your first Spanish activity and you don’t know Spanish yet, you can use Google Translate to hear the pronunciation of the words.

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2. El Juego de Mentiroso (The Liar Game)

Click to Download: El juego de mentiroso (The Liar Game)

This game is to practice the phrases “me gusta,” “me encanta,” and “paso.” There is a game board and then a card for each space.

The card asks a question like, “¿Qué te gusta comer? (What do you like to eat?)” and then the player takes a slip of paper that says lie or truth. Depending on what that slip of paper is, you say the truth for your answer or a lie. Then the other players have to guess if you’re telling the truth or not.

Aidan and I laughed a lot playing this game too. Some of the questions were easy for us to trick each other, but some questions were super easy for the other player to guess. A couple of the questions I got were too challenging to lie about (Aidan knows my habits too well), so he easily won the points on those rounds.

We’ve only played this game once so far, but I can’t wait to play it again!

spanish game to practice spanish vocabulary
This is the game “El juego de mentiroso.”

3. Memory & Odd One Out

Click the video because your kids can play 2 fun Spanish games to learn Spanish that is useful: weather! These games have pictures and me saying the words for so kids can hear how to say the words correctly.

4. Guess the Forest Sound

Click the video because your kids can learn forest vocabulary including animals with this game!

5. Fun Flashcard Games in Spanish

And, of course, there are the flashcard games which you and your kids probably already know how to play but are also fun (well, except Go Fish 😆): Go Fish & Memory (also known as Concentration).

In case you haven’t played them before, I have instructions on this page.

city vocabulary spanish flashcards
Here are some of the city vocabulary flashcards.
airport vocabulary spanish flashcards
These are the airport vocabulary flashcards.

6. Travel Games in Spanish

If you’re looking for activities for your next road trip (or any long car ride), then click the button for 3 free travel Spanish games to learn Spanish: I Spy, Travel Bingo, & a Travel Vocabulary Scavenger Hunt.

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Benefits from Playing Games

I was amazed at some of these benefits. I had no idea playing board games could soothe anxiety which is something I struggle with. And I love helping my kids increase their frustration tolerance level and their attention span. It’s also a great way to spend time with them.

You can start using The Airport Race and the flashcard games even if you and your kids don’t know Spanish yet. The Airport Race includes English translations and the flashcard games are just vocabulary with pictures so these are an easy way to introduce your kids to Spanish (making them great Spanish games to learn Spanish).

The game called El juego de mentiroso (The Liar Game) and The Partner Listening Game go with lessons to practice specific (and commonly used) Spanish phrases, so you do need to know some Spanish to play those games. They are super fun, so I hope you’ll be able to play them soon!

Playing Spanish games will help your kids learn Spanish while reaping benefits such as increasing their attention span. Not sure where to start? The Airport Race is the perfect place to start since it has the English translations for the phrases.

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P.S. Are you looking for a quick and fun way to help your kids start learning Spanish? If so, check out my free Spanish for Kids Starter Guide! You can immediately use any of the 9 simple tips to introduce your kids to Spanish. Know what the best part is? You don’t have to know Spanish to use it!

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