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cinco de mayo lesson

Cinco de mayo lesson

In this Cinco de Mayo lesson, you can use the story of the Battle of Puebla. To teach children about the significance of Cinco de Mayo (Fifth of May), you can use the mini-book to help them understand about this holiday. Although it is mostly focused on the Mexican people been liberated from French forces in the 19th century, you can also teach about liberty…

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days of the week in Spanish

Days of the week in Spanish

Learning the days of the week in Spanish is an essential part of teaching Spanish. Students can familiarize themselves with the days of the week by using this learning activity and writing practice. By simply using a calendar or bulletin board, you can teach students the basics of the days of the week in Spanish. In these days of the week in Spanish lesson, children can…

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spanish ir verbs

Spanish ir verbs

Spanish ir verbs, as you’ve seen before with conjugating ar and er verbs, follow a pattern. The Spanish ir verbs also have singular and plural pronouns to associate each verb conjugation. Spanish ir verbs like ar and er verbs have the same singular endings. For instance, first person singular has o ending. Second person singular has es ending. Also, the third person singular has the…

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feelings

Feelings lesson plan in Spanish

Feelings lessons are part of preschool curriculum in almost every class. Lessons on feelings terms help preschoolers to deal with behavior issues. It also helps to understand feelings. Whether emotions take part of our daily lives, it is our feelings that we express when we are happy, sad, frustrated, angry, excited or surprised. Much of our feelings show up in our faces. We express happiness when…

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Easter egg learning activity

Easter egg learning activity

This Easter egg learning activity for children is fun and educational. By using plastic Easter eggs and some sight words, young children can collect them and learn as they go. Learning sight words can be tedious and boring when using flash cards memorization. Some children, who are visual learners, become frustrated.

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Spanish sight words

Spanish sight words

Spanish sight words are a simple one or two-syllable words that can only be learned by memorization. Just like in English, Spanish sight words are important for reading. Eventually, the reader becomes more aware of phonetics and print awareness. More importantly, readers can now begin to comprehend what they are reading.  

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Spanish learning activity

Spanish learning activity: Seasons

In this Spanish learning activity, you’ll learn to make a bilingual mobile of the seasons. By using simple homemade products, you’ll be able to recycle and teach children about the seasons. The Spanish learning activity consists of making a mobile from a wire hanger and displaying the seasons on paper plates and cutouts. Children will be cutting pieces of common things of seasons.

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conjugating spanish verbs ending in ar

Conjugating Spanish verbs ending in ar

Conjugating Spanish verbs ending in ar can be a difficult task. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to recognize Spanish ar verbs, write them, and learn the conjugation pattern. Regular Spanish ar verbs are simple to identify. They end in –ar. Spanish verbs that end in ar are great examples of common verbs that are used in everyday conversation. Conjugating Spanish verbs ending in ar…

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counting Spanish numbers

Counting Spanish numbers as a learning activity

Counting Spanish numbers can be easy when a fun game of collecting counting coins can be used. Children love to play games. In this fun game of counting, children will collect different sets of coins to help the leprechaun fill his pot of gold. Once the leprechaun has all the four sets of coins, children can earn rewards or stickers. The best part of the…

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