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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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Spanish Reading Tips Using a Valentine Theme

Spanish reading tips can entail many ways to implement techniques to support dual-language and ELL students. What’s one way that can help students as they acquire a new language? Of course, you already do the fundamental tasks such as guided reading and using sight words. However, does phonics in Spanish play an essential role in bilingual reading? 

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Spanish Arctic Animals Bilingual Activities

Spanish arctic animals can involve learning more than bilingual terms. You can quickly add other activities to help your students learn about the arctic habitat, vocabulary, and reading. Aside from using traditional lessons, you can also use virtual field trips or interactive activities. That is, when you use a combination of learning tools, your students can learn more than Spanish arctic animal names.  

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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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Community Helpers Activities for Bilingual Preschoolers

Community helpers activities can supplement any bilingual lesson in preschool. Whether you teach about the hard work of first responders, police officers, mail carriers, and other public service positions, develop fun activities to learn. Many of your students will interact with different informational text about careers in the community or public service. So, use community helpers activities already present in bilingual areas. 

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Hispanic Heritage Month activities

Hispanic Heritage Month Activities

Hispanic Heritage Month activities can vary depending on grade levels. For early grades, you might consider simple, straightforward activities. In comparison, in the upper grades, learning about Hispanic culture can create more meaningful experiences. That is, older children could begin to ask about different cultures and other places as they get to know classmates. If your classroom is a bilingual class full of wonderful children…

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Spanish Sight Words Games for Second Grade

Spanish sight words games develop more than language skills. With various interactive games, children engage in playtime, collaboration, and learning. Playtime while learning is a fun way to introduce sight words. However, consider that playing time also needs structured learning. With any game strategy, you use to learn new words, add other materials or instructional methods to supplement what they learn. In learning bilingual sight…

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Spanish Sports Vocabulary Games for Bilingual Learners

Spanish sports vocabulary is an ideal way to increase the learning of new words. With different themes, you can quickly introduce new terms. As students become familiar with new concepts, you can add games or activities to increase word retention. Of course, you can implement other instructional strategies, but using quick and easy Spanish mini-lessons can serve as warm-ups or review. In that way, you…

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Spanish Pet Vocabulary for Early Readers

Spanish pet vocabulary enhances learning in kids when they can identify different pet names. As with any new vocabulary, reading in context encourages your students to retain that information. Aside from having a word wall or a display of vocabulary words, using the Spanish pet vocabulary also integrates language and reading skills. Incorporate hands-on-activities with these words to maximize the learning experience. 

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