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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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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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Spanish House Terms for Bilingual Kids

Spanish house terms are ways to introduce new vocabulary in Spanish lessons. If you are combining Spanish words with different preschool themes or Spanish learning, house terms are ideal for adding more vocabulary. Besides incorporating new concepts in reading and interactive games, use these terms in writing practice. In this way, young readers seek these words in multiple ways. 

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Spanish Clothing Vocabulary for Bilingual Learners

Spanish clothing vocabulary can carry so many variations. From a simple shirt to an elaborate dress, many terms can describe clothing in Spanish. In teaching Spanish clothing to preschoolers, consider the essential words that they often encounter. When you activate prior knowledge of seasonal wear with clothing terms, preschoolers will be more apt to understand those words. In addition to word assimilation, use fun activities…

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Spanish Activity for Kids: Learning About Earth Day

Spanish activity for kids needs to encourage children to learn while playing. The concept of learning while playing, might not inspire students to learn more about a subject. Many students see the activity as another opportunity to play. However, teachers and parents can use this type of cognitive development to enrich learning in Spanish, and students have fun learning.  Celebrate Earth Day at Home Earth…

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Spanish Body Parts Terms

Spanish body parts can quickly introduce traditional Spanish vocabulary to your students. With simple terms, you can differentiate your instruction to incorporate more than vocabulary. In each part of the Spanish lesson, you can add various teaching components to carry students from essential to advanced learning. In addition to basic knowledge, you also use fun, engaging songs, feelings, and the five senses to elevate each…

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