I just wanted to recommend Visual Link Spanish. It is a computer program, and they offer three levels. The first one really gets you speaking in simple, everyday sentences, which is helpful to practice on each other around the house. If you go to learnspanishtoday.com you can do some free trial lessons to try it out. Levels II and III really step it up, teaching a lot of verbs and tenses. I am only up to Level II. Also, my library has a small children's Spanish section. Some books have both languages printed on the pages, and some are only in Spanish, but they are good practice. They also have videos in Spanish. Playing a DVD with the Spanish track on can be good exposure, too. If I play a movie in Spanish, I need the Spanish subtitles on to read what they are saying as I can never catch it all.