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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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Easy Science Project for Kids: How to Grow a Lima Bean Seed

School science projects can be an exciting time for students who like to explore the wonders of nature. For children, it is a great time to explain the many natural processes that occur around us. A very simple science project, to begin with, is the process of growing a Lima bean seed. Lima bean seeds are easy to grow and resilient to climate changes. They have a…

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Ten tips on how to hire a tutor for your child

A tutor is more than an educator. A tutor is a mentor, a teacher, and a cheerleader for students striving to improve their grades. Educators push students to become independent thinkers and problem solvers. Tutors offer more insights to their students struggling in a specific subject area. In fact, they complement what they learn in school. They can give the ability and knowledge for struggling learners, which otherwise would…

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Reading strategies for parents of struggling readers

Early learners seek their surroundings to learn and explore. They even look for ways to explore with various educational tools. Educators captivate their curiosity in many ways: reading, music, and dramatic play. But reading can sometimes be a difficult task to meet. Some early readers tend to have short attention span or show lack of interest in reading. Yet, early literacy, in reading strategies, promotes…

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Windmills: Powerful tools for renewable energy

Ever wonder how that water gets to the farm and the animals there. Ever wonder how the grain in your cereal box, pasta, or bread gets there. Ever wonder what that big tower with spinning blades on a field in a farm is for. Those mechanical towers are called windmills. According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, windmill is “a mill or machine operated by the wind usually acting on…

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Holiday music review: Multicultural songs with World Music by Daria

How can parents encourage children to listen to holiday music? With fun lyrics to sing to, children of all ages should have a chance to know more about holiday music. Besides the popular English lyrics for the holidays, Spanish songs are great ways to boost children’s learning. And although kids are unaware of the lyrics in Spanish, it is a delightful way to introduce fun…

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Spanish books for children to learn about Thanksgiving

Giving thanks is an important part of Thanksgiving; it is also a great time to gather with families and friends. Since the first time the pilgrims gathered around their tables with Native Americans to celebrate this holiday, it was also a moment to recognize family and to give thanks for the harvest that year. Amid the Thanksgiving parades, football games and feasts, this time is…

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5 top wind farms as makers of renewable energy

Wind with its power can produce enough energy to light up a city, provide energy for a factory, and even fly a kite. With something so remarkable as wind power, it is also a marker of the seasons changing. Actually, wind is the forces of air that flows along waters. According to the U.S. Energy Information, wind is just simply air in motion. Wind is created upon how…

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The Hawksbill turtle unbelievable odds

As the sun slowly hid in the distant horizon, an unexpected surprised started to unfold in a nearby sand nest. Miniature, small hatchlings were surfacing from a Hawksbill or tortoiseshell turtle nest. Hawksbill sea turtles are named for their mouth appearance; it looks like a Hawk’s beak. Perhaps, it may have taken only a couple of months to hatch from the thousands of eggs beneath…

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