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Spanish books for kids to learn about ladybugs

What’s more amazing than to find tiny ladybugs in your garden? Well, these insects are wonders of nature that help plants stay healthy. And there are many great picture books to educate children about ladybugs. Even the life cycle of ladybugs is an amazing lesson in science. Although it can be complicated to understand for many children, many nonfiction books prepare this science miracle in…

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Story time fun: 3 easy and fun ways for early literacy

Why is story time the best time for early literacy? It is a time for a group of preschoolers or young children to engage with books and reading. Early literacy doesn’t happen overnight. It is cultivated with amazing picture books and stories. But how can parents and educators promote early literacy at home. As early as 5 months, babies are able to distinguish between languages.…

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Spanish books for kids to read about poetry

Children’s poetry is one of the most entertaining ways to educate them about literature. Does poetry for kids have to be tedious and difficult to read? No, it doesn’t have to be dull, monotonous, and uninteresting. Parents and educators can read different poems to engage children. Spanish poetry for children is fun to read and it can entertain the crowds. As a result, reading is…

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Dr. Seuss: Celebrating his contribution to the legacy of children literature

In celebration of Dr. Seuss birthday, many educators step back a little bit to pay homage to one of the greatest children authors in history. Parents and educators agree that reading is perhaps one of the life skills children need. In a weeklong celebration, many prepare by reading different Dr. Seuss’ books or doing some creative crafts. But let’s consider what this amazing author contributed to children…

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Educational book review: Learning about Annie Fox and the adventures of Raymond and Sheila

Independence of young children is not described in a manual. And, definitely, there are no specific rules. Parents and educators are puzzled how to educate children and show them how to express their feelings. And sometimes it’s not easy. Expression of feelings for some children is a new adventure. Many young children can easily express happiness and enthusiasm. Yet, there are some who attempt to…

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Why being bilingual can improve language learning?

Is being bilingual in diverse languages, besides the native one, an excellent way to improve your brain skills? The way you integrate language is a fantastic process. Children, younger than 3 years old, acquire words in many different languages. “The brain has a perfectly good system whose job it is to do just that – it’s the executive control system. It focuses attention on what’s…

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Poetry for kids: 3 literary Spanish poems to learn to rhyme

When it comes to learning new vocabulary, there’s no better way or more fun than a rhyming poem. In these literary genres, not only do children get to appreciate a rhyme and a story, but they also get lyrics to a song. When reading poems, children might either clap their hands to the syllable formation in the poem or they can use an instrument to follow…

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Spanish books for kids: Teaching children to get dress

Do you often struggle with children to get them dress before heading out the door? It’s not easy to teach kids the importance of getting dress. It’s more than a struggle. But how can parents help children in getting dress? Picture books are excellent resources to help educate children about getting dress. Whether it’s using the proper clothes for adequate whether or using dress-up costumes for…

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Poetry for children is a great reading alternative

Poetry for children is one of the most rewarding experiences educators show. Besides the literacy aspect of poems, it also shows rhyming, metaphors, and boosts their imaginations. Not only is it fun to learn another language by reading different types of literature, but also it is interesting to see how other authors interpret the world around us. Poems can turn into songs and they turn into poems.…

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