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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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Family Members in Spanish Words for Beginners

Family members in Spanish words represent many different scenarios for children to understand family patterns. While there are many ways to constitute families, children learn best when they associate what they know. That is, adoptive, blended, foster care or extended families can make up the world of a child. So, when developing lesson plans and activities in teaching families, are there specific words to keep…

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Spanish Halloween Vocabulary for Early Readers

Spanish Halloween vocabulary is a fantastic time to get students excited about learning Spanish. Most classrooms fill walls with fall or Halloween decor. So, Halloween terms are already surrounding children. That is the perfect opportunity to teach them various elements of Halloween. Maybe you have a particular theme for fall, which makes it easier to point out vocabulary words. Also, most teachers will host a…

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10 Ways to Teach Spanish Sight Words

What are some fun ways to teach Spanish sight words? To teach Spanish sight words is just as important as learning them whether it is in English or Spanish. When teaching Spanish sight words, it is essential to offer the tools for students to use these words constantly. Often regarded as high-frequency words, sight words are a collection of must-know words. In Spanish, sight words…

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How to Teach Months in Spanish

How do you teach months in Spanish in an easy and fun way? One of the best ways to learn Spanish for beginners is to learn the months of the year. It is beneficial to explore how to write, pronounce, and know each month. Many of the months are easily displayed in the classroom or homeschool group. Perhaps, you might want to start by pointing…

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Spanish Sentence Structure: Prepositions

Spanish sentence structure in learning prepositions and classroom objects helps students learn the different ways to use Spanish prepositions. So far we learned how classroom objects are everywhere in our classrooms and homeschool class and how they can show us to learn about prepositions in Spanish. In this lesson, you will learn how the Spanish sentence structure is important in learning Spanish prepositions. Also, you…

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Fun learning activities – Careers

Fun learning activities like learning careers can be more than educational. It opens up the opportunity for children to learn about what jobs are done in the community. This fun learning activity also encourages children to explore careers. In doing a job, sometimes children may not be aware of dangers or hazards that grown-ups do. What are some fun activities you can use in the…

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Easter egg learning activity

This Easter egg learning activity for children is fun and educational. By using plastic Easter eggs and some sight words, young children can collect them and learn as they go. Learning sight words can be tedious and boring when using flash cards memorization. Some children, who are visual learners, become frustrated.

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Spanish sight words

Spanish sight words are a simple one or two-syllable words that can only be learned by memorization. Just like in English, Spanish sight words are important for reading. Eventually, the reader becomes more aware of phonetics and print awareness. More importantly, readers can now begin to comprehend what they are reading.  

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