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A resource of Spanish Books del Sur paired with English books in order to support your instruction in both Spanish and English. Updated every Wednesday with our Libros de Lunes.

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Many first time parents looking for unique board books that go beyond learning primary colors, and we now have fresh and fun options to learn colors AND learn language and culture.  For young children, Lil’ Libros created by Ariana Stein and Patty Rodriguez is a smart choice. Their biographical bilingual little libro will teach your little one to their first colors in English and Spanish while introducing them to the life of Emiliano Zapata, a historical figure in Mexico's Revolution history! As Rodriguez, says “Each book we are creating is a seed. A seed we hope a parent plants at...

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The contest: We will give away 5 Teacher Appreciation Book Sets on Twitter   The Rules: Tweet your favorite animal or folktale Include hashtag #booksdelsur #teacherappreciation If you don’t already follow @booksdelsur Contest starts on Thursday, May 11 and ends May 12 at 4:00 PM CST Winners will be announced via Twitter on May 12 by 4:30 PM.   Twitter does not sponsor or endorse Sponsor or the Sweepstakes. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Twitter. You understand that you are providing your information to the Sponsor and not to Twitter. By...

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This is an explanation of prompts and record keeping techniques to increase my bilingual 4 year old and 5 year old Kindergarten students Oral English Language. In Wisconsin, we measure student performance using WIDA's assessments therefore, my record keeping is based on their speaking rubrics.

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 is International Women’s Day.  It was initiated in the United States in 1909, when the garment workers organized a protest against their working conditions.  It was first celebrated on March 8 in 1975, when the United Nations recognized it.  It continues to be celebrated on this day throughout the world.  Follow this year’s events with the hashtag #8M or #womensday. This year in the United States the Women’s March on Washington group is calling for March 8 to be “A Day Without Woman” to recognize the enormous impact women have on our communities.  They ask to...

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