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Bilingual Songs For Your Classroom {Review & Giveaway}

There is nothing like learning a language with good music that inspires not only children but also grown ups. This is what I feel when I listen to the "Here from There" music CD, that the songs are suitable for any age.This CD is filled with 10  songs that...

Getting Feedback From Your Students

This is something I've always wanted to try. I have to say I was scared of it. I think it's nice to know what my students think about me and my teaching style. I have had other teachers and my school principal observing my classes, but the group that I think knows the...

May Calendar {Freebie}

If you still don't have your May calendar ready, you will find this freebie very helpful. It includes numbers, signs and graphics for the weather.Click HERE to visit the link to download the freebie!Enjoy,Carolina

The Glasses Game

Are we supposed to return those 3-D glasses after we watch a movie? I'm not sure about that, but I am sure that your students will have so much fun with them! I have a couple of pairs that I've kept and use with my students to play a simple and silly game they all...

Silly Rhymes in Spanish {freebie}

Download the set of silly rhymes to decorate your classroom or cart. You can also use this rhymes as attention grabbers by saying the first sentences and your students respond with the other part of the rhyme. Click here download them all!Enjoy,Carolina

Freebie For Your April Calendar (Spanish)

I have decided to keep my calendar simple this month! In this set you will get numbers from 1 to 31, pictures for the weather and an April sign in Spanish. You can grab your freebie here: April Calendar Freebie. Enjoy the freebie!Carolina

Giveaway: 12 Mini-Books for Spanish Class (printables)

I have been using these mini-libros with my students and they love them! I used them at the end of the units for them to keep as "pictonaries."The Giveaway I am so happy to share with you that 5 lucky readers will get to have this complete set. This set is...

Game: Un Partido de Fútbol

In preparation for this game you will need felt, pictures of soccer balls, pictures of famous soccer players from different Spanish-speaking countries, and a glue gun to put the felt pieces together.Once the game is all put together, get ready to play it with...

Feed the Monster in Spanish Class

I love teaching this unit in my classes. I especially love teaching names of fruits that are endemic to Latin America, mostly from Colombia, the country where I am from.In preparation for this activity you will need to create a monster prop, similar to the one in the...

The Color Game

Have you ever wondered what to do with an empty box of baby wipes or Clorox? Here is a simple and easy idea that my younger students love!Find different pieces of fabric of various colors. Tie them all together, and put them inside the box. Next have your students...

Ready, Set, Go! Ideas for Traveling Teachers

I teach PreK-3 Spanish in a FLES program. I don't have a classroom, which means I am always on the run. Sometimes I consider myself lucky not to have a classroom - like a traveler who can live simply with whatever she can carry instead of building up "stuff" or having...