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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.

Introducing Our New "Para leerte mejor" Series - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Jul 13

Traditional stories presented in a whole new way,

“Better to read you with!” 

 

                        

Folktales, fairy tales, and fables have regained an important place in the Elementary classroom thanks to the ELA–CCSS. This brand-new series gives K–2 students direct access to these classic stories, with a format and a reading level that is just perfect for them. The stunning illustrations engage young readers and provide visual content that also support the standards. All this, Para leerte mejor! (Better to read you with!)

                                      See a sample of
El patito feo
            See a sample of
Caperucita Roja
            Retold by
Lada Kratky
GL K-2

Los tres cerditos

Los tres cerditos

GR: D

Fábula del león y el ratón

Fábula del león y el ratón

GR: L

   Fábula del león y el ratón

El patito feo

El patito feo

GR: D

El flautista de Hamelín

El flautista de Hamelín   

GR: H

Ricitos de Oro

Ricitos de Oro y los tresosos

GR: D

Los siete cabritos

Los siete cabritos

GR: D

Caperusita Roja

Caperucita Roja

GR: D

 

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