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This month on Plaza Santillana, the praise is for our hard working teachers! We will  celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week all month long, paying homage and showing our gratitude to those that assume this noble profession.   Share your inspiring story with us, tell us what motivated you to become a teacher, and WIN a freebie in the process!  Send us your story to spanishclassroom@santillanausa.com

May 23 Share your inspiring story with us! - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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May 22 Santillana USA's Children's Books New Releases - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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More New Tittles to Celebrate Poetry!

 

 

Antologia poetica, Antonio MachadoAntonio Machado
Antología poética: Antonio Machado
(Poetry Anthology: Antonio Machado)

Pastorcita

Rafael Pombo
Pastorcita
(The Little Shepherd Girl)

Festival de calaveras

Luis San Vicente
Festival de calaveras
(Skeleton Festival)

 

 Tinke Tinke

Elsa Bornemann
Tinke-Tinke
(Tinke-Tinke)

Mmm ¡qué rico está!

Ana Maria Machado
Mmm ¡qué rico está!
(Mmm, How Delicious!)

Versos de pájaros

Mireya Cueto
Versos de pájaros
(Birds in Verse)

       

May 21 Join us for a Presentation and Book Signing at the Embassy of Spain - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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SUSA LOGO                                     Consulado de España

 

Harnessing the “Power” of Technology to promote Reading in Spanish

Guillermo Fesser  

by Guillermo Fesser

Author of

Ruedas y el enigma del Campamento MT

(Ruedas and the Mystery of Camp MT)

May 20 División silábica - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Grammar Corner

División silábica

By Evelyn Silva

En español, para dividir una palabra al final del reglón, hay que tener en cuenta si la articulación entre las vocales que conforman un diptongo o triptongo o si en forman un hiato.

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This month on Plaza Santillana, the praise is for our hard working teachers! We will  celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week all month long, paying homage and showing our gratitude to those that assume this noble profession.   Share your inspiring story with us, tell us what motivated you to become a teacher, and WIN a freebie in the process!  Send us your story to spanishclassroom@santillanausa.com

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