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How to use anchor charts in your classroom

Using anchor charts in the classroom is something that every teacher should be doing. Anchor charts help students make connections with the content. When teaching in a bilingual or dual language classroom, using anchor charts in Spanish is essential because students need to SEE the words they are saying on

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Kicking homework to the curb: Enough is Enough!

In the world of teaching, fewer things can be more polarizing than the homework debate in elementary schools. Should teachers assign homework? While many believe that homework is invaluable and should be a part of any child’s curriculum, others – such as myself (did the title give it away?) –

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I help upper elementary dual language teachers with resources and ideas that promote bilingualism and biliteracy.  

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36 FREE Writing Prompts in spanish

FREE WRITING PROMPTS IN SPANISH FOR GRADES 3-5

36 FREE writing Prompts in Spanish

FREE WRITING PROMPTS IN SPANISH FOR GRADES 3-5