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Lee con nosotros - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Oct 16

Lee con nosotros

We know you are always searching for exciting ideas and materials for your classroom and to get your students excited about learning Spanish. We want Spanish Classroom to be your go-to blog for all things Spanish. So in addition to bringing you teaching tips and suggestions this fall, we want to introduce you to our new Spanish literacy resources. 

We’ve got everything from poetry kits and graphic readers, to classic fairytales and biographies —all in Spanish, of course! So join us this fall…

We’ve selected some titles for you:

Click here and try Free samples in your classroom today!

Poemas de juguete II


Está linda la mar

Poetry Resource Manual by beloved children’s book authors Alma Flor Ada and F. Isabel Campoy, which is at the heart of our A+ Spanish Poetry Kits for elementary and middle school. Log on to to learn more and download free sample activities.



A graphic reader from Lecturas gráficas, which is part of a 36-title series for grades K-1, covering a variety of genres—nonfiction, adventure, mystery, riddles, etc.—and providing cross-curricular connections to math, social studies, and science topics. This series also includes a teacher support handbook with pre-, during-, and post-reading activities!

 Los tres cerditos  

Los tres cerditos

A classic reader from Para leerte mejor, our new series of folktales, fairy tales, and fables for grades K-2. Young readers can access these classic stories with a format and reading level that is ideal for emergent readers.


¿Quién fue Marie Curie? 


¿Quién fué Marie Curie?

A reader from our new ¿Qué fue…? biography series. The best selling elementary and middle school Who Was…? and What Was…? series are now available in Spanish: ¿Quién fue…? and ¿Qué fue…?. These books are a great way to introduce students to important historical figures and events.


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