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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 word strips to learn Spanish words with ch

Learning Spanish vocabulary for kids doesn’t have to be a boring task. By using simple homemade supplies, you’ll be able to construct a vocabulary that is easy to make. Words in Spanish have a special significance.

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Benefits of Spanish Two-Way Immersion Programs

Two-way immersion programs are becoming increasingly popular in many states where Spanish-speaking students are part of the student population. Dual-immersion programs are those curriculums that integrate Spanish and English into subjects like language arts, science, math, and social studies.

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Benefits of Spanish Two-Way Immersion Programs

Two-way immersion programs are becoming increasingly popular in many states where Spanish-speaking students are part of the student population. Dual-immersion programs are those curriculums that integrate Spanish and English into subjects like language arts, science, math, and social studies.

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Spanish lesson for kids: Learning about colors

Colors, magnificent as they are, can describe the very essence of where we live. They illustrate every single detail about where and how we see the world around us. From a shirt to a milk cup, colors can tell us whether the shirt is red or the milk cup is yellow. But how can our eyes detect and identify the different colors we see?

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Spanish lesson for kids: Learning the alphabet with pictures

Letters are like building blocks to make words. When we talk (either in Spanish or English) we use composite of letters and sounds to make new words. In fact, as we combine letters, we phonetically pronounce words. In Spanish, we use syllables, in many combinations, to form one, two, three, or even four syllable words. In many instances, Spanish syllables can be either weak or…

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What is all the buzz about? The National Spanish Spelling Bee 2013

It is not often to see a group of students to gather and actually enjoy spelling words. It’s even more amazing when these students can get excited to spell Spanish words. What is all the buzzing excitement about? The exhilarating anticipation is the National Spanish Spelling taking place in Albuquerque, New Mexico on July 18th to 20th. At this occasion, students from schools all over…

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Educational music review: Learning about Beth Manners Fun French and Spanish

Beth Manners, creator of a wonderful series of learning tools for kids, has been awarded many accolades from Parent’s Choice Silver honor award, Dr. Toy award, and the Parent’s Guide to Children’s Media award. Her dedication to teach her children foreign languages gave way to these fun music CDs: Fun Spanish for Kids, Magic Spanish for Kids, and Playtime Spanish for Kids. These 30 minute…

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Educational magazine review: Learning about Bilingual Times

Literacy is such an important aspect for parents, nowadays. It is even more essential when parents have children that struggle with reading or have a learning disability. Reading can be daunting or a chore. But reading can be a wonderful activity. Parents can encourage children by reading different types of materials such as audio books, picture dictionaries or encyclopedias, read-along-books, and even magazines. Sometimes magazines…

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