Posted on

Spanish sight words lists for reading support

Spanish sight words lists

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 Spanish sight word lists.

Continue reading Spanish sight words lists for reading support
Posted on

How to run an effective bilingual morning preschool routine

morning preschool routine

An effective bilingual morning preschool routine occurs when the classroom environment operates systematically. Does this mean that children have to follow instructions in a robotic mode?

An active classroom offers children the opportunity to foster learning and creativity. With so many interactive tools available for teachers, learning with scissors, glue, paint, crayons, and other writing tools become second nature.

A morning preschool routine involves reading a book, creating stories, and painting the imagination with innovative ideas. While computer software and technology promotes learning in more engaging ways, learning through computers does not have to be the only way to learn.

Continue reading How to run an effective bilingual morning preschool routine
Posted on

Letter recognition tools as actionable ways to motivate reading

letter recognition

Letter recognition impacts the learning of many children in the classroom. Recognizing letters influences the young readers to evaluate and correlate sounds with letters meanwhile affecting reading skills. Teachers know students need a solid foundation of letters and phonics.

As much as reading is necessary for life, students need a basis to learn the different mechanics of letter identification. Teaching the alphabet before interpretation is widespread acceptance. So, many educators embark on developing curriculums to teach the alphabet first before introducing sounds and sight words.

Logically, letter recognition takes a path of identification and phoneme awareness. Children, on the other hand, learn about letters and sounds when teachers introduce patterns associating prior knowledge.

Continue reading Letter recognition tools as actionable ways to motivate reading