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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Visit my store

I have uploaded some files on TPT. Take the time to visit my store. I know you won't regret it.
I know I haven't kept up with my blog. I truly apologize. I know that Spanish resources are so limited. These files are great resources for the classroom. Take a moment to look at all the resources I have. They are amazing and know many dual language teacher will love them.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Delay On Posts

I want to apologize to all my followers. I know some of you have asked me to email you some documents. I have been having problems with my computer and recovering documents. I ask that you please send me and email and I will send you the information you request. I hope that no one is offended for my delay. There are some  things out of my control. I am willing to help bilingual teachers as much as possible.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013


I had seen this on pinterest once before. My students created their own voting cards. It always cones in handy. Wgen we have tk vote for anything I always ask them if they have voting cards. They are so eager to raise their hand and cast their vote.

Wednesday, January 30, 2013


I had my students create a full moon. Students did circles with glue and let them dry. These circles represented the craters on the moon. Once that was complete, they painted using Tempra paint. Students were to write about the moon. One strategy I use is to write sentences depending on their age. My kids love it.

Thursday, January 24, 2013


Last week we been working on clouds and objects in the sky. This is a cute way of showing kids how clouds look like. The materials used were cotton balls, glitter, crayons, glue, and bordette. Please leave comnents.


We have been working on verbs this six weeks. I have been using my anchor chart "Victor Verbos" as guide. This week we have been using the irregular verb "ir."I did a foldable as picture below shows. Students were to write a complete sentence inside the flaps. Kids love working with foldables. I also made the anchor chart with "ir". Students used the hand to know different ways of using it. It was a success. Next week we will be doing the verb "hacer". I can't wait to see what else I come up with. Am sorry if the pictures are side ways. I am using my phone and once I get on a computer will fix them. I would love to have feedback and any suggestions are appreciated.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Sentence structure

Having students writing complete sentences has always been a great struggle. I decided to create this anchor chart. Students have a visual. I told them that using the letter "Y" at the beginning of the sentence does not make it a complete sentences. It is not a subject. Students understand that it doesn't have hands or feet. I told them that it may be used as a conjunction. Students loved it. These anchor charts have helped so much.