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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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Forest Animal Names in Spanish

Forest animal names in Spanish are an excellent way to introduce animal living and habitat. When seeking lessons to teach Spanish, you want to look for themes. In this case, learning about forest animals consists of Spanish vocabulary, animal living, and habitats. Besides a general science component, you also want to seek learning materials that approach reading and writing from different perspectives. 

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Spanish lesson on plants: Learning photosynthesis

In this Spanish lesson on plants, you’ll learn how plants grow, how photosynthesis works, and how leaves change color. Plants are wonderful elements of nature to learn Spanish vocabulary. The Spanish lesson on plants is categorized as: how do plants grow, photosynthesis (simple terms), and how do leaves change colors. Because plants, photosynthesis, and color change are important, they are included in this Spanish lesson…

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Five senses in Spanish for kids

When learning the five senses in Spanish, kids need to learn the simple basics of how our senses helps us get around. In this Spanish lesson for kids, the five senses are presented in a brief science description, the sense of sight and smell, keywords to know, and a learning activity to reinforce the lesson.

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How to make a safe and fun kaleidoscope for kids

They’re beautiful to look at and kids love to play with them. What’s more to love is the way the color interweave in a majestic color design. What am I referring to? I’m referring to a kaleidoscope. These amazing tools of light and color are great for kids to explore light reflection by just simply turning a color wheel. Kaleidoscope (caleidoscopio) derives from the Greek…

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Fun art craft for kids: Using finger-paints to learn about ladybugs habitat

Ladybugs are insects so small that you may be lucky to hold them in your hand. These harmless creatures also provide a safe way to take care of your plants. They love to feed on microscopic organisms like aphids, which can deteriorate a plant. In science, there is plenty of observations about nature and children are the best at making scientific interpretations. Communication is key…

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Easy craft for kids: Using ladybug cutouts to learn about measurements

Ladybugs can captivate a child’s learning experience about insects. These tiny little bugs are amazing creatures of nature. Many children would even be more amazed to learn that they can keep plants healthy by eating plant pests like aphids. Ladybugs are wonders of nature. Some children may like to hold them in their hands and observe their wings and spots. They may even live right…

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How to make a homemade pinecone birdfeeder

Red Cardinal birds like to eat the crunchy seeds. Finches like to nimble on those seeds. And Woodpeckers like to peck away at the nearest branches. But in winter, there are few or no food sources for some of these amazing birds. Many of them depend on the countless backyard feeders placed by humans. Or, they may not have enough food to eat or to share…

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Hibernation: How Animals Prepare for Winter

Hibernation is one of the most exciting times for animals. Many animals get ready for the long, cold months of winter. They’ve probably spent most of the fall season gathering all the food they could possibly collect to prepare for hibernation. But what are the preparations for the winter? According to Webster dictionary, hibernation is “to be or become inactive or dormant” or a better way to…

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