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Penguins Winter Animals Bilingual Learning

Penguins winter animals are amazing creatures to learn for any lesson. You can integrate penguin learning into science, math, and reading. Besides, young penguins are adorable, and many young children can relate. Many students may be familiar with Emperor penguins and how they care for their young. Or they visited zoos or aquariums to explore penguins’ conservation areas. All these prior knowledge and experiences are…

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Lesson Plan Resources for Bilingual Educators

Lesson plan resources are valuable tools for many bilingual teachers and educators. Of course, a lesson plan should not be a rigorous application of how to teach. However, a lesson plan is a pathway for teachers to know how to navigate through a topic. Likewise, going on a trip, you might need a map, GPS, or a navigation system. In the broadest sense, these navigation…

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Interactive Holiday Activities for Spanish Learners

Interactive holiday activities boost more than vocabulary learning. Bilingual students participate in activities that encourage using terms in context. As with many learning techniques, students need to experience interactive tasks.  Bilingual students become active in English and Spanish passages. They figure out words and clues that tell them more about the characters and the story. In this way, active readers develop those language skills in……...

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Cinderella Fairy Tale Story for Bilingual Readers

A Cinderella fairy tale story for bilingual learners is an ideal start to developing writing skills. Developing writing skills for bilingual students can occur at different stages of learning. One simple idea is to use tracing methods of vocabulary words or phrases. This tracing method is a fundamental approach to writing in both languages. However, as your students continue to acquire more language skills, their……...

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Thanksgiving bilingual story

Thanksgiving Bilingual Story and Resources

A Thanksgiving bilingual story is a great theme to discuss gratitude. Besides using Thanksgiving as a thankful theme in your lessons, you can also add other Spanish learning components. A few ideas to boost Spanish learning with a Thanksgiving theme are vocabulary and grammar. Creating crafts is a wonderful addition to use after reading. So, add these ideas to your lesson to encourage bilingual students…

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Halloween Pumpkins Bilingual Reading

Halloween pumpkins bilingual reading brings a fun story for young readers. Besides reading, bilingual learners have fun interacting with text using fun activities. Halloween is a great time to explore Spanish vocabulary and simple sentence structure elements. Develop language skills by implementing easy techniques to help students transition from reading to interacting with the text. 

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A Day at the Zoo

A Day at the Zoo Bilingual Story

A day at the zoo bilingual reading encourages bilingual readers to explore different animals and their habitats. Have you visited a zoological or conservation park with your class or children? Perhaps, there were many questions and amusement at seeing so many animals. Or, you visited an aquarium, and your students had so many questions. At that moment, there is so much you can explain or……...

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Spanish Letter Identification Tips

Spanish letter identification tips help bilingual learners recognize letters, terms, and vocabulary. When you use Spanish letters, create fun games or activities. These interactive activities include matching games or identifying uppercase and lowercase letters. You can use a variety of activities to help bilingual learners identify them in Spanish passages, stories, and sentences.

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Spanish Back To School Read Aloud

Spanish back to school read aloud is a fun way to help children with last-minute jitters or anxiety. Perhaps, students are new to the school or entering a new grade. Back to school can be an exciting time. Encouraging your children to read a fun story in English and Spanish can help them to relax and enjoy that first day.

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