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Bilingual Education

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21 Simple Ways To Teach Your Kids Spanish (Even If You Don’t Speak It) - Mom Loves Best

We all learn in different ways. That’s why it's smart to teach your kids Spanish in a way that works for them. These 25 methods will help.

Colección de magníficos reportes de lectura - Imagenes Educativas

Colección de magníficos reportes de lectura Temas El reporte de lectura como técnica para estudiar un texto Técnica de elaboración de reportes de lectura EL REPORTE DE LECTURA COMO T…

antes de hablar piensa

¿Alguna vez has escuchado esta frase? Soy auténtico. Yo voy de frente. Yo digo lo que pienso. Una persona que dice esto, está convencida, que lo que ella dice es LA VERDAD. Se cree poseedor de la c…

Benefits of Being Bilingual #infographic #Career

If you’re asking yourself should you learn another language then the answer is YES. It can help your career and can benefit you greatly from a personal point of view. Job Coconut carried out a survey with over 1000 multilingual speakers and found what they thought were the benefits of being bilingual. Being multilingual can be a great advantage when looking for a job and taking the next step in your career. Especially when you take your career abroad. Multilingual speakers are in high demand…

Cute

Okay, so most teachers would agree that you need attention getters in the classroom. Whether your students are completing independent work or doing an interactive activity, when you the teacher nee…

Monday:  First In Math Tuesday:  Dice  Wednesday: Dominos Thursday: Paper Practice Friday: Free Choice

I would like to share with you an activity that has been a big success in my classroom! My little ones LOVE to go to the writing centers and practice their writing!!! The best part is that they are practicing their reading too! The activity consist of three parts. The first part the students need to read the words. Second, they build the word with magnet letters. Last, they write the words with a dry erase marker. Right now, I just have them read and write their names, because I want them to…

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