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Bilingual Resources Practical Guide

Bilingual resources are essential to every dual-language or bilingual teacher. Most likely, you have a set of resources that help you plan your lessons, find standards, and even help with a classroom set up. Those resources help you with classroom management, improving your professional career, and emotional care. However, finding bilingual resources in English and Spanish can sometimes be challenging – more like finding a…

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Bilingual Holiday Challenge Learning Tips

The bilingual holiday challenge is a weekly event that encourages young learners to keep on learning as they anticipate a long winter break or other school breaks. Whether your classroom or homeschool group is losing learning enthusiasm, take a few moments to enjoy the season. While holiday classroom parties may not be the ideal way to celebrate, you can dedicate those times to using fun…

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Bilingual Reading: Pumpkins and Harvest Time

Bilingual reading about pumpkins does not have to limit to books to Halloween or spooky stories. Many bilingual pumpkin stories carry a message of harvest time. While children might like to read funny Halloween stories, encourage them to seek other types of bilingual literature. Learning about pumpkins in a fun reading activity can motivate them to learn other language skills.

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Bilingual Sight Words: Learning About Apples

Bilingual sight words for dual-language students is a good start for reading. Beginning to grasp reading in English and Spanish, you might want to use bilingual books that display both languages. In that way, your students can interact with both vocabularies in the text. Perhaps, you can also use reading methods to address letter identification and syllable formation. With these tools, bilingual students begin to…

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Kindergarten Readiness Tips for Dual-Language Learners

Kindergarten readiness is the perfect time to begin thinking about the foundational skills your preschooler needs. While the months before school starts has more of a relaxing atmosphere, getting your preschooler ready for kindergarten is worthwhile. Of course, there are many fundamental skills that they learn every day. However, focusing on specific tasks can help your preschooler master those skills before entering in the classroom.…

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Spanish Transportation Words for Beginners

Spanish transportation words can help build bilingual vocabulary. With simple words in transportation, you can add terms that are common to students. Also, you can easily use these terms in word walls, anchor charts, or vocabulary games. One essential teaching strategy is to use these words in context. Perhaps, using them in reading text passages or word matching games emphasizes students to grasp and retain…

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Bilingual Summer Reading Challenge

Bilingual summer reading books are not as plentiful as many multicultural families would hope. However, many virtual storytimes help families and educators with bilingual reading. Many public libraries have special online reading programs for K-12 grade students. These programs could be virtual readings, paintings, workshops, or webinars. While other options might be summer camps or learning centers, some of these places may or may not…

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Open Educational Resources for Bilingual Learners

Open educational resources or OERs are essential components of any bilingual teaching toolkit. Armed with resources in learning materials, professional development, and workshops, you can plan your course of instruction. In a few steps, OERs help you seek relevant and trustworthy materials for your class. Since OERs are such a valuable tool for teachers, how do you find platforms that will serve your students and…

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Literacy Centers Quick Set Up Guide

Literacy centers or stations are ideal areas in the classroom for bilingual students to develop language skills. While these literacy stations support language development, they also integrate other skills. You might often use these methods in your classroom already, such as anchor charts and modeling transitions.  Planning and organization of literacy centers are crucial to learning success. 

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