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Spanish books for children: 20 best stories to introduce Hispanic literature

Books to read in Spanish or bilingual ones is a great way to initiate the love for Hispanic literature. Parents and educators can get children familiar with Spanish stories with very simple books. The storybooks presented in this list are not only educational but also fun to read. 1. The cazuela that the farm maiden stirred by Samanta R. Vamos and Rafael Lopez Arroz con…

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How is the winter solstice around the world?

For many parts of the World, the winter season has arrived (or perhaps summer); depending on which hemisphere you live in. But let us consider how winter is described in the Northern Hemisphere. The solstice and equinox dates mark the beginning of summer and winter, with the solstice date in June being the longest day of summer and equinox date in September being the beginning…

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Ten fun activities to keep children busy in Las Vegas Nevada

Whether it is a holiday break or summer vacation, it can keep children inactive and with little to do. This can often lead to boredom and misbehavior. A little fresh can do some good. And nature is the perfect companion when boredom can set in. In particular, Las Vegas, Nevada has numerous activities that are educational and filled with fresh air. 1.  Las Vegas Natural…

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Hibernation: How Animals Prepare for Winter

Hibernation is one of the most exciting times for animals. Many animals get ready for the long, cold months of winter. They’ve probably spent most of the fall season gathering all the food they could possibly collect to prepare for hibernation. But what are the preparations for the winter? According to Webster dictionary, hibernation is “to be or become inactive or dormant” or a better way to…

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Helping struggling readers: 7 tips to encourage reading at home

Helping Struggling Readers Tips Suzy is like all young children. She’s interested in everything from dinosaurs to paper dolls to building blocks. But when it comes to reading, she struggles to sound out the basic vowels or letters. Her parents were so concerned, that they seek ways to encourage her to read more. In fact, they enrolled her in different community literacy programs and local…

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Six fun Spanish picture books for young children

Reading motivation to young children can sometimes be a challenge. Finding fun books to read together is not easy when topics of interest can vary so much. However, Laura Numeroff interprets the various interests of young children in these adorable picture books. Many children adore doing multiple activities but only for a short while. Nothing captivates children’s attention than identifying with each character in the…

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How to improve speed reading to get better grades

When reading homework piles up and there is little time to read all of it, increasing your reading speed can help with school materials. Speed-reading is used widely in academic schools to help students get better grades and improve reading comprehension. But how can students struggling with schoolwork master this study skill? Whether it is science or math, accelerating your reading comprehension can increase your…

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Ten fun and educational bilingual TV shows for children

Television, and the excess watching of it, is often regarded as detrimental to young children. Not all television is bad for children, though. Actually, some educational television shows can be good for children. Of course, all shows should be watched with children to emphasize and explain the topics to them. In some instance, television shows can also help bilingual students with pronunciation and culture. Just like…

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Spanish children books to learn new vocabulary

Reference books are wonderful learning tools for any learner in Spanish. Not only are picture dictionaries educational, but also they are great books to incorporate reading. Beginning readers in Spanish can find picture wordbooks an excellent source of vocabulary. Building a vocabulary is essential in learning a new language. Related: Spanish Classroom Routines Printables What are some picture books adequate for preschoolers or beginners in…

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