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Spanish sight words lists for reading support

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…

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Three practical and clever ways to use foldables

Practical teaching techniques to use foldables with interactive notebooks.

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Instructional techniques for interactive notebooks

How to use input and output activities for your interactive notebook classes? When using instructional techniques for interactive notebooks, it is best to use simple methods. Students engage better when the activities are short with easy to follow directions. Ensure your students are ready to learn when you give them simple step-by-step instructions. The activities shown here are samples you can use in your own…

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spanish prepositions

Spanish Prepositions

Learning Spanish prepositions using classroom objects is an ideal topic since many students associate school supplies with prior knowledge. We learned the names for common classroom objects in our last Spanish lesson.  Many of these objects can easily be found just by looking for them every day in your classroom or homeschool class. Today, we will learn how to use these classroom objects to learn…

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animal names

Animal names

Animal names are fun to learn when you try the wheel game. In the wheel game, children can take turns with the wheel. Aside from finding animals terms in preschool curriculums, you can use this activity for animal habitat learning. Each time children move the wheel; an animal appears with the Spanish and English labels. In this way, children can learn the English-Spanish vocabulary as…

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days of the week in Spanish

Days of the week in Spanish

Learning the days of the week in Spanish is an essential part of teaching Spanish. Students can familiarize themselves with the days of the week by using this learning activity and writing practice. By simply using a calendar or bulletin board, you can teach students the basics of the days of the week in Spanish. In these days of the week in Spanish lesson, children can…

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farm animals

Farm Animals Names in Spanish

The topic of farm animals is a great learning experience for preschoolers and young children. Farm animals are easy to understand and visualize. Preschoolers can learn about farm animals in many ways. They can learn about how they live and what they do. Even though these animals provide us with so much, we can also teach preschoolers about kindness to animals. Without providing too much…

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feelings

Feelings lesson plan in Spanish

Feelings lessons are part of preschool curriculum in almost every class. Lessons on feelings terms help preschoolers to deal with behavior issues. It also helps to understand feelings. Whether emotions take part of our daily lives, it is our feelings that we express when we are happy, sad, frustrated, angry, excited or surprised. Much of our feelings show up in our faces. We express happiness when…

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Spanish sight words

Spanish sight words

Spanish sight words are a simple one or two-syllable words that can only be learned by memorization. Just like in English, Spanish sight words are important for reading. Eventually, the reader becomes more aware of phonetics and print awareness. More importantly, readers can now begin to comprehend what they are reading.  

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