Making a Change

Making a Change

To start the school year I decided to try something new: printables. I’ve never been a fan of printables, especially for young learners. So not developmentally appropriate! One of the things I LOVED about the first Montessori preschool classroom I saw was the fact that everything was hands-on, experiential. But I decided to try printables … Continue reading

La E

La E

I’m excited to link up with the Tot School Gathering Place this week. I hope you’ll explore my site and find a few items or tips to help you raise your little bilingual! Those of you who are interested in exposing your little one to the Spanish language (but don’t speak it with your children) are … Continue reading

La D

La D

The key object I chose for la d was el delfín. So for vocabulary development, our theme was los océanos (the oceans/ocean animals). You could use the visual from 1plus1 to aid your discussion (click on her letter J). Here are the printables to help you expose a toddler or young preschooler to la letra D:   download Part 1, Part 2 Here … Continue reading

La Ch

La Ch

The ch is controversial to teach as part of the Spanish alphabet these days, as are the ll and rr. A few years ago, I heard rumblings that la Real Academia (The Decider about all things Spanish language) was removing these unique Spanish letters from the alphabet. They are, essentially, digraphs – two letters combined … Continue reading

La C

La C

Here are a few freebies to support your literacy instruction of la letra C with your bilingual preschooler. These documents help with letter exposure for younger preschoolers and letter review for older preschoolers/early kinders. I hope you’ll find them useful! Letter exposure: Click links to download: Part 1 Part 2 Letter review {click the image to download … Continue reading