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Summer Reading Tips and Resources

Summer reading tips include language skills for bilingual readers to develop strategies when reading various texts. Summer reading can be a fun experience when bilingual readers choose their stories to read. You can also include fun activities to go along with each reading. Read-aloud English and Spanish stories are fun ways to incorporate into a summer reading program. Readers engage and participate with the stories…

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Princess and the Pea Fairy Tale Bilingual Reading

Princess and the Pea Fairy Tale Bilingual Reading

Princess and the Pea fairy tale bilingual reading is a wonderful story of a princess in an enchanted land. Besides reading this English and Spanish story, you can also engage bilingual students in various writing and reading activities. 

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Tools for Lesson Planning for Bilingual Educators

Tools for lesson planning can consist of many types of techniques and technology. Currently, education uses artificial intelligence (AI) in many educational programs, language learning software, and teaching areas. While AI technology dominates much of the technology used in education, there are aspects to consider. Bilingual educators should consider how to use AI technology along with other educational tools for lesson planning. Since many educational…

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Spanish holiday resources

Spanish Holiday Resources Ultimate Guide

Spanish holiday resources ultimate guide offers a collection of Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas holiday sources. While many sources are available, figuring out bilingual ones may take work. In this guide, you can find English-Spanish resources for these fall and winter holidays for your lessons, activities, or general planning. 

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Back to School Resources

Back-to-school resources supply bilingual educators and families with activities and ideas to prepare for school. As preparation for school can be daunting and overwhelming, create strategies to help your bilingual learners return to school. Besides using checklists and to-do lists, add other activities. Activities include read-aloud of your favorite book, creating lunch ideas, or shopping for your favorite outfit or backpack.

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Spanish Summer Stories for Kids

Spanish summer stories are ideal ways to get bilingual readers to read. There are many bilingual stories to entertain children. You can select stories that inspire, motivate their curiosity, and dazzle the imagination. Summer bilingual stories add another level of learning. With Spanish summer stories, bilingual readers can engage with the English-Spanish text, characters and have fun learning.

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Earth Day Resources

Earth Day resources are valuable ways to encourage bilingual students to think about helping Earth. You can also use these resources to emphasize Spanish vocabulary terms in science, reading, and other topics. Earth Day or Earth Week is a wonderful theme to learn about recycling, reasons to help Earth, and how to help communities.

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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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