My students need early learning materials to help develop Spanish vocabulary in a fun way. From magnetic tiles, to modeling clay to magnetic white boards, students are able to learn many new words in Spanish!
This project expired on October 10, 2018.
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Our students are bilingual and active learners. They learn all subjects in a Spanish Immersion setting and work hard to master all standards in Spanish. We have children who come from all different backgrounds and whose families are invested in them becoming bilingual and excited about school.
Nos encanta aprender y ser activos, aprendiendo de todo el mundo a nuestro alrededor.
Los estudiantes míos son amables, están interesados en el español y en todas las cosas que tienen que ver con los idiomas.
Our students are growing up in an integrated multilingual world. They need access to materials that are flexible and enriching. Materials that can serve to build and explain thinking are so important in multi-lingual schools.
Magnetic tiles, modeling clay, magnetic white boards and stamp pads can be used to model thinking, engineer solutions and prompt new forms of thinking.
Our students are learning all their academic subjects in Spanish and having access to good ways to explain their thinking is extremely important. As a teacher it helps me to know what questions to ask next and how to best design instructional experiences that are meaningful.
Hands on learning is the best kind, especially in an early childhood classroom. Thank you for your support of our multilingual learners!
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