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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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Gallery Walk Strategies for Bilingual Teachers

Gallery walk is an ideal teaching method to implement movement in the classroom. Whether you teach elementary or secondary grades, gallery walks integrate many teaching techniques. There are many ways to use student classwork to provide feedback and encourage class discussion. With gallery walks, you can use this method to review materials, evaluate a core subject concept, or develop a depth of knowledge of learning…

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Spanish Thanksgiving Words for Bilingual Reading

Spanish Thanksgiving words are the ideal introduction to many lessons in friendship, family, and holidays. Many classrooms enjoy the decorations or perhaps holiday parties. In addition to the fun in class, learning Spanish Thanksgiving words encourages children to apply these words. By using them in conversations or reading, students can experience the words in English and Spanish. Besides, children enjoy Thanksgiving activities in the classroom…

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Spanish weather terms

Spanish Weather Terms for Bilingual Learners

Spanish weather terms are easy to understand for children since they experience it every day. Whether new season approaches or different weather patterns occur, children understand when the day is cold or hot. For instance, for many children, the beginning of a school year means autumn or otoño. Then, during the winter or invierno break, depending on where they live, they might see snow or…

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Ocean Animal Names in Spanish

Ocean animal names in Spanish is the ideal way to introduce more than habitats of the ocean. Imagine a world that lives beyond the surface of Earth. That is, the sea is the wondrous place where children can learn about sea creatures, ocean zones, and keeping the waters clean. While your lessons contribute to the learning of vocabulary or writing practice, include themes to help…

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Wild Animal Names in Spanish

Wild animal names in Spanish is a terrific way to increase Spanish vocabulary. Many children associate seeing wild animals in zoos or conservation centers. So, why not spend time to teach children the Spanish terms? With a few dual language lessons, you’ll be able to incorporate Spanish names in themes and curriculum. 

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How to Teach A Child to be Bilingual

As you teach your child to be bilingual, many questions arise. Is this learning beneficial to my child? Will there be any language development concerns once your child starts school? All these inquiries and more are valid questions. What is more challenging to address is how to incorporate a learning environment that complements with what your child learns at school? Even at the beginning stage…

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How to Learn Spanish Verbs Using Cootie Catchers

When you learn Spanish verbs, the learning tasks are more than a grammatical rule to follow. Learning how to use Spanish verbs in sentences is a fundamental language skill. Any new learner to Spanish needs to know how to conjugate verbs in specific ways. Of course, the grammatical rules of Spanish guide you to use these verb conjugation in different patterns. Whether you use Spanish…

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A Beginner’s Guide: Preschool Curriculum Themes for Your Spanish Classroom

Preschool curriculum themes promote learning to engage young learners. Aside from learning, preschool curriculum themes help you plan and organize lessons quickly and effectively. As you teach preschoolers, you know the profession requires dedication and motivation. Seeking the right tools to teach preschoolers, especially English learners or bilingual learners requires focusing on teaching. Therefore, you don’t want to wonder what to prepare next and what…

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