4. DVDs
It’s probably been a while since your kids relied on you to start their DVDs for them but it’s time to make friends with your remote control. When the DVD menu for their favorite movie comes up, play the film in Spanish so they can hear how familiar phrases sound.

5. Hire a Tutor
There is no shame in getting help to keep your kids’ Spanish alive and well. If you can’t find someone local, check out InstaEDU for online tutoring.