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Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

Aug 30 You Can’t Do This Alone - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Angela Padron

By Angela Padron

Many schools offer an Open House for parents and students to attend before the start of the school year. This event allows parents and children to meet their teachers and see their classroom. You can also review rules, explain parts of the curriculum, and give parents an idea of what to expect this year. However, an open house is also a perfect opportunity to let parents know what their roles should be, and how their involvement in their children’s education beyond the classroom is really the key to their child’s success.

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Aug 27 New Authentic Spanish Children's Titles - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Sí, poesía

Gloria Sánchez
Sí, poesía
(Yes, Poetry)

Querido hijo: estamos en huelga 

Jordi Sierra i Fabra
Querido hijo: estamos en huelga
(Dear Son: We’re On Strike)

Mamá, ¿por qué nadie es como nosotros?

Luis María Pescetti
Mamá, ¿por qué nadie es como nosotros?
(Mom, Why Is Nobody Like Us?)

 

 

Querido hijo: estás despedido

Jordi Sierra i Fabra
Querido hijo: estás despedido
(Dear Son: You’re Fired)

 

Salvemos a nuestros monstruosGabriela Leveroni
Salvemos a nuestros monstruos
(Save Our Monsters)

 

Sipo y Nopo Un Cuento de Luna

Teresa Novoa
Sipo y Nopo: Un cuento de Luna
(Sipo and Nopo: A Moon Story)

       

Aug 26 La tomatina de Buñol - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Evelyn Silva

By Evelyn Silva

Entre el sinfín de actividades que tienen lugar durante el verano en España, una de las celebraciones más coloridas y "sabrosas" es la tomatina de Buñol. Buñol, una pequeña ciudad perteneciente a la comunidad valenciana, tiñe sus calles de rojo durante el último miércoles de agosto. Los lugareños y visitantes disfrutan de diversos actos culturales y gastronómicos durante esa semana pero el evento principal es la "batalla de tomates" que tiene lugar en la plaza principal. Y te preguntarás, ¿qué es la tomatina?

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Aug 25 Las palabras afirmativas y negativas - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Grammar Corner

 Las palabras afirmativas y negativas

By Evelyn Silva

Uno de los primeros objetivos en las clases de idiomas es que los estudiantes aprendan a comunicarse con otras personas. Uno de los conceptos y estructuras gramaticales que deben ser instruidas desde las primeras semanas de clase con las expresiones de afirmación y de negación. Primero haremos una lista con estas palabras y su significado en inglés; segundo estudiaremos algunas reglas esenciales y excepciones y, por último, haremos algunas actividades para practicar este contenido:

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Every year, Americans around the nation get together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th through October 15th. The contributions Hispanic Americans have made to the United States are endless and inspiring, and they have had a profound and positive impact on our county.

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