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Unexpected effective uses for bilingual literacy centers

Efficient ways to use bilingual literacy centers for motivation, learning, and engagement.

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Tips for effortless bilingual early literacy centers

Considering creating a bilingual literacy center; check out these tips

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Hispanic Heritage Month Resources

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with these easy to use resources for lesson planning and activities

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The impact of bilingual learning in project based learning

Project based learning creates the adequate setting for bilingual learning

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Teaching Toddlers a Second Language

Teaching toddlers a second language needs patience and commitment. Often, teaching toddlers is a whirl of excitement. That is lessons for toddlers convey a straightforward message. The instructional part of teaching toddlers requires simple planning, lots of activities, and more hands-on exploration. Don’t expect toddlers to retain information easily as elementary students. However, don’t get discouraged! In fact, the more repetition there is in a…

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Spanish nursery rhymes

Spanish Nursery Rhymes Infographics – The Ultimate Guide

Why do you need Spanish nursery rhymes when you teach Spanish class? One of the most important parts of teaching Spanish is to captivate your students with literature. But what happens when the students are preschoolers? When you want to teach preschoolers, it is always a good idea to keep literature simple and engaging. Spanish nursery rhymes are excellent tools to introduce new vocabulary and…

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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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Learning through senses of taste, hear, and touch

Learning through senses of taste, hear, and touch can help us discover new things everyday. The five senses altogether help us see nature around us. How do they work? You can learn how the five senses work in our bodies in this Spanish lesson. Also, it’s great to incorporate the Spanish bilingual terms. When we learn through our senses, we can experience the world around…

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Benefits of Spanish Two-Way Immersion Programs

Two-way immersion programs are becoming increasingly popular in many states where Spanish-speaking students are part of the student population. Dual-immersion programs are those curriculums that integrate Spanish and English into subjects like language arts, science, math, and social studies.

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