Mosaic stair risers - We got inspired from this picture and decided to do a very similar pattern on our stairs. - dorel :)
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Feelings in Spanish are important words for kids. This fun infographic has pictures and vocabulary to help children express 16 emotions in Spanish. http://www.spanishplayground.net/feelings-in-spanish-infographic/

Feelings in Spanish are important words for kids. This fun infographic has pictures and vocabulary to help children express 16 emotions in Spanish. http://www.spanishplayground.net/feelings-in-spanish-infographic/

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Make a face from magazine pictures. This activity aligns well with an   "All About Me" theme.
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Character Description - my class were confused over adjectives to describe personality and adjectives to describe appearance. We wrote appearance adjectives on arrows and personality adjectives on hearts. Then we used these words when writing wanted posters for the wolf from The Three Little Pigs.

Character Description - my class were confused over adjectives to describe personality and adjectives to describe appearance. We wrote appearance adjectives on arrows and personality adjectives on hearts. Then we used these words when writing wanted posters for the wolf from The Three Little Pigs.

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Funny British Slang Guide http://www.funny-joke-pictures.com/2015/12/british-slang-guide.html

Funny British Slang Guide http://www.funny-joke-pictures.com/2015/12/british-slang-guide.html

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Parents of my students often ask me how they can start speaking Spanish with their children at home. Most of them have studied Spanish at some point and are comfortable reading and pronouncing the language, but do not have enough fluency or vocabulary to use it naturally. I encourage them to do the take-home activities I provide, to read picture books, listen to music and sing with their children. I also provide them with common Spanish phrases that they can use in everyday situations with…

Parents of my students often ask me how they can start speaking Spanish with their children at home. Most of them have studied Spanish at some point and are comfortable reading and pronouncing the language, but do not have enough fluency or vocabulary to use it naturally. I encourage them to do the take-home activities I provide, to read picture books, listen to music and sing with their children. I also provide them with common Spanish phrases that they can use in everyday situations with…

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