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Center Ideas from 2 week of school... August 13-17

Word Chants with a twist….or an Aaarrrgh! Each card gives a unique way in which the chant should be done. Such as… Sing each word like an opera singer. Read each word like a robot with a computerized voice. Read each word as you pose like a statue.

Sight Word Dominoes – A fun game to help students learn sight words or new vocabulary in no time! #edchat #educhat #studyfun

Miss Kindergarten organization and lots of links to other blogs!

Great literacy activity - Re-pinned by #PediaStaff. Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Love how they use paint samples to make the color words! Awesome! ~CN

Generic word work form for content vocabulary. Includes a place for the word, the part of speech, the definition, a place for the student to use the word in a sentence, draw a picture, find synonyms and rate themselves on their understanding of the word.

Anchor chart for compound words in Spanish. Freebie. Very cute, and some great ideas from the TpT website.

Colors- Rainbow unit in the spring?

Are You Really Fluent in Spanish? Only If You Know These 8 Spanish Language Words #Infographic

  • Speaking Latino

    You're right Antha, however most of the people in the US don't know that word at all. The more common term is an ENT doctor which stands for Ear, Nose and Throat. I'm not sure about which term is most common in other English-speaking countries.

  • Erica Roloff

    yikes definitely not fluent

  • Little Arroz

    "Ínfula" is not as usual as you say. It's more common to say "Vanesa tiene aires de grandeza"

  • Speaking Latino

    I agree, it's not a common word at all. I'm not sure where you saw that I think it's usual. Just the opposite, these words are relatively uncommon words. That's why if you know them, especially for a non-native speaker, you're fluent!

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