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Hispanic Inventors: Hispanic Heritage Month Ideas

Hispanic inventors contributed many of their accomplishments to better the world. Whether in medicine or technology, these Hispanic inventors improved our communities in so many ways. Of course, the Hispanic heritage provides a stepping stone to the many contributions they gave to society. For Hispanic Heritage Month, let’s celebrate these figures and so many more famous Hispanic figures to remember their accomplishments.

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Spanish Weather Reading and Activities

Spanish weather reading activities are essential for introducing terms and basic concepts. With simple techniques with reading, your students will learn Spanish weather terms and other ideas. While these techniques are great for bilingual students, other students can also benefit. Better yet, these activities easily integrate with other lessons like seasons, clothing terms, or weather expressions. 

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Spanish Five Senses Bilingual Reading

Spanish five senses bilingual reading can include various activities and lessons. A fun way to use Spanish five senses in lessons is to use collages, puzzles, interactive games, and reading. Of course, you can relate feelings and emotions with five senses activities. In this way, you incorporate different ways to use various senses that help students express feelings. You can also use body part terms…

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First Week of School Bilingual Activities

First week of school of bilingual activities can consist of fun games and events. That first week of school, when students arrive in a new class, is the moment to get to know them. With fun activities that can encourage participation, your students will delight in working with others in teams, developing teamwork, and collaborate with classmates. Besides developing teamwork skills, you students can also…

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Back to School Ideas for Bilingual Learners

Back to school ideas for bilingual learners can consist of summer reviews, Spanish letter practice, and reading. Of course, trying to get into a routine might not be easy at first. The relaxing summer days slowly turn into the busyness of school. So, with a few back to school ideas, your bilingual learners will get back to learning and be ready for the new school…

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Bilingual Stories for Kids: Pirates

Bilingual stories for kids can help with more than language skills. Often, you might read stories aloud and engage your bilingual learners in reading comprehension. However, you don’t have to stop there. You could go a step further and develop listening skills, recalling, and vocabulary. Enrichment of these skills doesn’t have to depend on elaborate approaches. Instead, you could use simple steps to bilingual reading…

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Spanish Sight Words Patriotic Activities

Spanish sight words patriotic activities are fun ways to learn high-frequency words. Learning sight words in Spanish and English is a vital part of taking the next steps in reading. So, you want to create fun learning experiences to encourage your young learners to remember these words. Rote memorization can quickly turn into boring exercises and might lead to frustration. By generating other ways to…

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Spanish Circus Reading Activities for Bilingual Learners

Spanish circus reading activities can motivate your students to learn more than about the circus. A reading theme about a circus, as in this case, can help bilingual learners with vocabulary, writing, and letter identification. While each student may learn differently, activities that can include different learning can enhance a deeper level of knowledge. 

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Spanish Fairy Tales Reading: Rapunzel

Spanish fairy tales are fun reading for young bilingual learners. With fairy tales, young readers can read about more than an entertaining story. Fairy tales consist of specific elements that help readers understand the story. There are so many fantastic fairy tales in both English and Spanish. Besides learning vocabulary, young bilingual readers understand the literary components of a story, purpose, and setting. 

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