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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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Summer Bilingual Reading Camp Ideas

Summer bilingual reading can integrate many types of stories. You can include videos, interactive activities, and audiobooks with summer reading. There are many options if you participate in the summer reading challenge. From storytimes to fun activities, your children will enjoy reading their favorite stories. As summer soon turns to back-to-school time, add other refresher ideas.  Begin a routine of back-to-school reading with simple short…

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ocean life Spanish learning activities

Ocean Life Spanish Learning Activities

Ocean life bilingual learning activities can encourage bilingual learners with different language skills. Using a single theme as the ocean life introduces sea animal terms, letters, and sight words. Furthermore, you can easily transition this concept to bilingual reading and sight words. 

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a fourth of July

A Fourth of July Celebration Bilingual Read-Aloud

A Fourth of July celebration is a fantastic way to introduce new terms to bilingual learners. You can discuss many aspects of Independence Day in the United States and the importance of being bilingual. Whether you celebrate this day during the week of the Fourth of July or a few days before, make sure to simplify your lesson planning with word matching and context reading. 

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dinosaur bilingual read aloud

Dinosaur Bilingual Read-Aloud Story and Fun Activities

A dinosaur bilingual read-aloud story can contain many learning objectives. Your students can learn fun facts about dinosaurs and fossils or participate in fun STEM projects. Either way, bilingual readers can learn to use informational text in various ways. Reading lots of new informative concepts and ideas can be overwhelming. However, using fun teaching strategies can help bilingual learners break down the information into more…

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summer reading challenge resources

Summer Reading Challenge Resources

Summer reading challenge resources encourage bilingual learners to read and participate in various reading programs. You can easily find many summer reading challenges at your local library and bookstores, from infants to teens. However, summer reading may not be an easy task for bilingual learners. Sometimes, there are a limited amount of stories, books, or story-time activities. Encourage your bilingual learner to read with these…

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bilingual solar system and Earth

Bilingual Solar System and Earth Read-Aloud

Bilingual solar system and Earth in Spanish lessons comprise specific content vocabulary and science concepts. Explaining outer space to young bilingual learners may need additional activities to visualize ideas. While learning about outer space might be challenging, create other fun ways to explore these concepts. Many of the activities you can use can be as simple as practicing bilingual vocabulary, making solar systems, or interacting…

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