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Spanish Sight Words Patriotic Activities

Spanish sight words patriotic activities are fun ways to learn high-frequency words. Learning sight words in Spanish and English is a vital part of taking the next steps in reading. So, you want to create fun learning experiences to encourage your young learners to remember these words. Rote memorization can quickly turn into boring exercises and might lead to frustration. By generating other ways to…

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Spanish Circus Reading Activities for Bilingual Learners

Spanish circus reading activities can motivate your students to learn more than about the circus. A reading theme about a circus, as in this case, can help bilingual learners with vocabulary, writing, and letter identification. While each student may learn differently, activities that can include different learning can enhance a deeper level of knowledge. 

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Spanish Fairy Tales Reading: Rapunzel

Spanish fairy tales are fun reading for young bilingual learners. With fairy tales, young readers can read about more than an entertaining story. Fairy tales consist of specific elements that help readers understand the story. There are so many fantastic fairy tales in both English and Spanish. Besides learning vocabulary, young bilingual readers understand the literary components of a story, purpose, and setting. 

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Ladybug Bilingual Learning Activities

Ladybug bilingual learning activities are ideal lessons for young bilingual learners. Besides learning about insects, your students can learn about life cycles, habitats, and language skills. Many children might encounter ladybugs and seen the tiny spots. Perhaps, they might’ve seen them fly. However, ladybugs are wondrous creatures that help nature in many ways. In a simple bilingual lesson, your students can learn the incredible life…

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recycling bilingual reading

Recycling Bilingual Reading Activities for Kids

Recycling bilingual reading can integrate various activities. Besides the typical reading task you can find in most textbooks, you can create other fun ways that your students might find interesting. Of course, visiting recycling centers are the most fascinating. But that might not always be feasible. Instead, develop engaging lessons that can motivate your students to learn more than reduce, reuse, and recycle. 

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Old MacDonald Had a Farm Bilingual Story

Old MacDonald Had a Farm is probably one of the most beloved nursery rhymes. Whether you say it in English or Spanish, children enjoy reading the verses, singing to EIEIO, or just learning about farm animals. As with any Spanish nursery rhyme taking the time to read and practice reading, you boost your children’s literacy enrichment and language skills.  

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Bilingual Letter Recognition Activities

Bilingual letter recognition activities in English and Spanish might be an overwhelming task. You might think that you need double the lessons and activities to captivate your students’ attention. While most children need more support, creating bilingual activities that serve your class is worthwhile. Just as bilingual learners engage with letter recognition activities, monolingual learners also take up new additional language skills. 

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Seasons of the Year Spanish Lesson

Seasons of the year in Spanish lessons or bilingual activities can introduce more than the cycle of seasons. Naturally, children will experience the changes in seasons as the weather varies. However, that is just the beginning of learning the seasons of the year. With simple steps of planning activities, you can develop reading and literacy lessons and introduce some basic weather terms. 

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Bilingual Reading Strategies Using Holiday Themes

Bilingual reading strategies are crucial techniques for any teacher’s toolkit. As many children learn in different ways, teaching strategies are also different. An approach for one child might not benefit another child. Of course, this idea does not indicate that you need multiple lessons. On the other hand, you need different strategies. When supporting bilingual learners, you probably might need various texts to relate and…

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