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Spanish Safari

Spanish Safari Language Learning App

Spanish Safari is a fun language app for kids. Your students and kids can use a personal device to play interactive games while learning Spanish. The app encourages children to develop Spanish as they transition from one level to another. So, I asked Keli Garcia Allen about Spanish Safari and how children best learn Spanish with this app. 

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Sing and Speak Spanish: A Virtual Learning Experience

Sing and Speak Spanish, a language program in San Diego, California, is an ideal way to learn Spanish in a virtual setting. As many schools and homeschool groups go virtual, learning via a computer is not new. Many language programs use technology like apps, computers, and live sessions to teach Spanish. Sing and Speak Spanish includes a fun way to add music and learning into…

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Bicultural Mama

Bicultural Mama interview

Meet Maria Wen Adcock from Bicultural Mama and learn how important bilingualism is at home.

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Hispanic culture

Teaching children about Hispanic culture

Hispanic culture is fun and educational when teaching children about it. It opens up the window of opportunity to learn more than Hispanic culture. They learn about famous Hispanic writers, cultural arts, and folklore music. In teaching Hispanic culture to children, it is always best to learn it from the source. However, when it’s almost impossible to accomplish, there are other alternatives. Teaching them about…

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Bilingual education in elementary schools

Bilingual education in elementary schools is slowly integrating foreign language programs. Whereas high schools already have foreign language programs in place, elementary schools are still trying to educate their students in languages other than English. Spanish, Mandarin, and other foreign languages are making the way into school systems and parts of the bilingual education in the United States. Yet, much needs to be done.

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Educational book review: Learning about Annie Fox and the adventures of Raymond and Sheila

Independence of young children is not described in a manual. And, definitely, there are no specific rules. Parents and educators are puzzled how to educate children and show them how to express their feelings. And sometimes it’s not easy. Expression of feelings for some children is a new adventure. Many young children can easily express happiness and enthusiasm. Yet, there are some who attempt to…

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Book review: Chloe and Cookie’s Chemo Tips by Mayra Aburto

It’s not everyday you get to read books about cancer and how it affects millions of people, young and old. When I read Chloe and Cookie’s Chemo Tips by Mayra C. Aburto, I learned so much about this disease and its impact on patients. With more than 30 delightful and humorous tips, you can also learn the way cancer affects the immune system, physical appearance,…

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Educational music review: Learning about Beth Manners Fun French and Spanish

Beth Manners, creator of a wonderful series of learning tools for kids, has been awarded many accolades from Parent’s Choice Silver honor award, Dr. Toy award, and the Parent’s Guide to Children’s Media award. Her dedication to teach her children foreign languages gave way to these fun music CDs: Fun Spanish for Kids, Magic Spanish for Kids, and Playtime Spanish for Kids. These 30 minute…

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Educational magazine review: Learning about Bilingual Times

Literacy is such an important aspect for parents, nowadays. It is even more essential when parents have children that struggle with reading or have a learning disability. Reading can be daunting or a chore. But reading can be a wonderful activity. Parents can encourage children by reading different types of materials such as audio books, picture dictionaries or encyclopedias, read-along-books, and even magazines. Sometimes magazines…

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