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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 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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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 sight words lists for reading support

Learning Spanish sight words lists is not an easy task. Asking beginning readers to memorize up to one-hundred words or more is challenging. Imagine the responsibility for an ELL student or a young learner in Spanish? While feeling overwhelmed is probably the way most bilingual students encounter when learning a new language. Children have to understand the letter identification portion before trying to memorize the…

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Sensory bins as building blocks for bilingual learning

Sensory bins contain the building blocks for bilingual learning.

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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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Spanish classroom objects

Spanish lesson: Learning Spanish classroom objects In this Spanish lesson series, you will learn the basic terms for common classroom objects. When you look around the classroom, there are ordinary items that you might see every day. So, let’s find out how we can name these classroom objects around your classroom – whether it be a homeschool room or a school classroom. Getting around the…

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Animal names

Animal names are fun to learn when you try the wheel game. In the wheel game, children can take turns with the wheel. Aside from finding animals terms in preschool curriculums, you can use this activity for animal habitat learning. Each time children move the wheel; an animal appears with the Spanish and English labels. In this way, children can learn the English-Spanish vocabulary as…

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