De nada, empanada: Spanish Rhyming Phrases
Making rhymes and playing with words is one of the most reliable indicators that children are getting control of language. They are becoming aware of words and sounds and can manipulate these to express themselves -- and impress others! --Patricia Cunningham, Phonics They Use (1995) I live with a two-year-old and a four-year-old and phrases like "Silly Billy" and "Okie dokie, Artichokie!" are spoken almost hourly. Why? Because they're so much fun to say! AND because, like magic, my girls pay…
Unit on legends, tall tales and fairy tales. Leyendas, fabulas, mitos y cuentos de hadas anchor chart
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