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Princess and the Pea Fairy Tale Bilingual Reading

Princess and the Pea Fairy Tale Bilingual Reading

Princess and the Pea fairy tale bilingual reading is a wonderful story of a princess in an enchanted land. Besides reading this English and Spanish story, you can also engage bilingual students in various writing and reading activities. 

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Spanish Lesson: Moon Phases Bilingual Reading and Activities

A Spanish lesson about moon phases combines learning about the moon, Earth, and the Sun. When you know about these celestial objects and planets in the solar system, you can understand the various moon phases. The Spanish lesson consists of a bilingual reading in English and Spanish about the moon phases, how they occur, and what illuminates it. Alongside the bilingual story are charts, activities,…

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Spanish Winter Animals Lesson Plan

Spanish winter animals lesson plan consists of various ways to use the bilingual text of non-fiction passages. Along with these English-Spanish texts, you can also implement other activities. For instance, read-aloud activities can include group readings in English and Spanish. Many reading sessions can start with simple vocabulary exercises like bingo or scavenger hunt activities. Or, you can develop graphic organizers with a KWL (know-want-learned)…

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Tools for Lesson Planning for Bilingual Educators

Tools for lesson planning can consist of many types of techniques and technology. Currently, education uses artificial intelligence (AI) in many educational programs, language learning software, and teaching areas. While AI technology dominates much of the technology used in education, there are aspects to consider. Bilingual educators should consider how to use AI technology along with other educational tools for lesson planning. Since many educational…

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Spanish Lesson About Farm Animals

Spanish lesson about farm animals incorporates English-Spanish words, fun learning games, and reading. Using bilingual text of non-fiction reading about farm animals motivates bilingual readers to identify bilingual words. They can recognize words with reading comprehension as they immerse in the text. Add fun, hands-on activities to enhance their learning.   Spanish Lesson About Farm Animals In a Spanish lesson about farm animals, your bilingual…

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Papel Picado Tutorial and Bilingual Reading

Papel picado tutorial and bilingual reading are fantastic ways to supplement your Spanish learning. Hispanic lessons often use papel picado for crafts, activities, or history events. As part of Hispanic culture, learning how to create and use papel picado adds cultural awareness to your lessons. There is a rich history behind papel picado. In this Spanish lesson, you’ll learn about papel picado, read a fun…

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Spanish holiday resources

Spanish Holiday Resources Ultimate Guide

Spanish holiday resources ultimate guide offers a collection of Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas holiday sources. While many sources are available, figuring out bilingual ones may take work. In this guide, you can find English-Spanish resources for these fall and winter holidays for your lessons, activities, or general planning. 

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Spanish lesson learning about apples

Spanish Lesson: Learning About Apples

This Spanish lesson learning about apples encourages bilingual students to learn about the life cycle of apples. Along with the life cycle of apples, you can add other ideas. Examples of learning activities can include sensory bin areas to explore various apples or life science experiments of parts of an apple. 

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Back to School Resources

Back-to-school resources supply bilingual educators and families with activities and ideas to prepare for school. As preparation for school can be daunting and overwhelming, create strategies to help your bilingual learners return to school. Besides using checklists and to-do lists, add other activities. Activities include read-aloud of your favorite book, creating lunch ideas, or shopping for your favorite outfit or backpack.

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