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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.

¡El Pellizco! - Free Resources for Spanish Teachers

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Nov 07

Karen Wagner

En este segmento usted tiene la posibilidad de ayudar a otros colegas. En vista de los recortes presupuestarios a las escuelas, muchos maestros han tenido que ingeniárselas para poder suplir sus salones de clase, o conseguir el patrocinio de organizaciones privadas para obtener recursos. Coméntenos cómo ha sido afectado y si encontró una manera de salir del “atolladero”.

Yo les recomiendo estos dos recursos:

Free Resources for Educational Excellence-  FREE is a U.S. Department of Education website that compiles free teacher resources available from dozens of federal agencies. Educators can sign up for the FREE RSS feed, which notifies users when new resources are added. Otherwise, they can browse by topic, from music history to life sciences.

Leafy Greens Council -  Teachers who plan to incorporate the Leafy Greens Lesson Plans into their classroom studies can receive free materials such as book covers, trading cards, brochures and posters, (while supplies last).

Leafy Greens Council

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651-484-7270

Plaza Santillana – Let’s not forget our very own Plaza Santillana. We have gathered seasoned professionals in the Spanish education industry and picked their brains for some of the best strategies and classroom activities. Visit us daily for FREE teacher resources, lesson plans, classroom activities, professional development tips, and so much more!

 

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