Another one that you get asked how you teach a lot. For us the answer is finding decent resources and/or a tutor/native speaker.
We have a weekly, term time Spanish class. By coming together with a small group 3/4 children they get the experience of being taught together, plus the motivation and enjoyment of working together. But the group is small enough that they get a lot of individual attention and it is shaped to fit them. As parents we get to split the cost!
Deciding that we needed some extra practice I spent lots of time last year dabbling with various online games/courses some free, some paid to supplement. In the end I think Duolingo is the best one for us. So we will get in as much practice there as we can.
This is one we are just playing with really. I think a bit of basic knowledge of Latin helps with the understanding of English. Plus we spend a lot of time looking at Ancient times…
We have been working on Latin’s Not So Tough. It is a bit (actually a lot) slow and plodding but that suits us. We’ll carry on plodding through for another year I think before we give Minimus another shot.