Help me give my students Spanish Mixed Up Syllables language games, Spanish high frequency cards, Spanish Literacy Wiz Fun Game, and Sound Box Mats and Chips to help improve their phonics skills and learn Spanish sight words.
My bilingual kindergarten students are creative, inquisitive, and love to learn! My students live in an urban, low-income area. Their families are doing everything they can to provide their children with the necessities of life during these difficult times, to which we can all relate. We have transitioned from remote learning to in-person learning, and my students come to school ready to learn. It is a long day for my five- and six-year-old students and incentives are one way to motivate my students to keep doing their best every day.
My bilingual kindergarten students need Spanish phonics and Spanish sight words games to practice their phonics skills and learn Spanish sight words. It is important for my bilingual students to learn concepts in their first language, so they do not fall behind their monolingual peers.
The Spanish phonics and Spanish sight word games will help my students learn concepts in their first language and build a strong academic foundation.
My students are learning concepts in their first language while they learn English during ESL instruction and from their peers. Our bilingual program increases the amount of English instruction as students go on to the next grades, so my students’ language proficiency will continue to increase.
My students will use the Spanish phonics and Spanish sight words games to continue making academic progress as they learn English. My students will eventually be fluent in two languages which will benefit them in their educational career and in life.
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