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Book Recommendations

Start the Summer reading with this great collection at:

Book Recommendations

Added by Barbara Mascareno-Shaw on June 1, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Funny Face and Puppet

We use our nose (nariz) to SMELL = OLER, we use our hands (manos) to TOUCH = TOCAR, we use our mouth (boca) to TASTE = GUSTAR, we use our ears (oídos) to HEAR = OÍR, we use our eyes (ojos) to SEE = VER. As we saw in the diagram of the body…

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Added by Barbara Mascareno-Shaw on May 29, 2011 at 12:28pm — No Comments

Book Recommendations

Let the Summer reading continue with this list of great reading. I found that the small board books are best for infants and the books with CD works great with small children. It's also a great activity to do together by reading along the story. Don't forget to mention the different little body parts.

See more at Espanol para Ninos

Added by Barbara Mascareno-Shaw on May 24, 2011 at 1:36pm — No Comments

What's happening with technology & the classroom???

Funny, technology...it should help you make faster calculations, help you explore more places and help you discover the World. But is that really happening nowadays??? As I see this funny cartoon, I do see that the classroom has become so high-tech but are we really missing the point to teach. To really gather everyone in groups for discussions and exchange ideas & concepts. You even see computers for toddlers at local libraries!!! That's advancement but so is literature and excellent…

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Added by Barbara Mascareno-Shaw on May 17, 2011 at 1:31am — No Comments

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