With very young learners it’s a bit harder to dissect a painting or sculpture than with older students, especially in a foreign language. For many it could be the first time that they are being exposed to something and for extremely young learners they might have never even spoken or heard about art in their own language let alone in another alien tongue.My advice: keep it simple. Stick to themes students can relate to and make it hands on. The idea of using art to teach Spanish isn’t to make it so that your kids can talk about art in the language, but instead to give them language input in a natural way while exploring another theme or topic. Even if they can’t produce the language they are interacting with it in a way that we once interacted with our own mother tongues, through doing something else.