Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in Brazil?Learn what it might be like to be a kid in Brazil through the eyes of a Brazilian boy named Thiago. Students will see what it’s like to attend school in Brazil, what food they might eat, what sports they might play, and what they might d
This slideshow helps elementary students quickly learn about famous landmarks, food, art, and the culture of Brazil. You can use this slideshow at the beginning of a unit on South America or Brazil. You can also print it out and use it as a book for student research. This slideshow also has 4 questi
This booklet focuses on the country of Brazil. Your students will learn facts about Brazil while creating a booklet and working on different puzzles. Your students will begin this booklet by cutting out a passport stamp and pasting it on a passport that is included.
England, This Kid's Life is a booklet that focuses on how a child lives daily life in England compared to how people live their own country. This particular book tracks the life of a boy named Jack who lives in the country of England. Included:1. A pre-test to see what your students know about Engl
Students research the Dirty War of Argentina, including topics of Los Desaparecidos (The Disappeared) and Las Madres de la Plaza. They connect that information to what happened with the Iguala kidnappings of Mexico in 2014 and what is happening with ISIS. Also asks students to look up #todossomosay
This is an awesome survival tool to give to new ESL students who speak little to no English. You can place this on their desk and easily say words and point to things with quick understanding on behalf of the student. These can also be cut out and used as flash cards!
Dual Language Children's Book Designed to Teach!
Bosley Bear teams up with his forest friends on this heart-warming adventure of helping each other build an incredible tree house. Encourage themes of teamwork, success and friendship as you teach your child new Portuguese words and phrases and enjoy
This wordsearch puzzle features 40 words related to the Latin American carnavales or the "Spanish Mardi Gras."
If you are in need of something quick to print that is highly informative on the carnivals of Latin America, check out my Carnaval: Latin American Carnival Reading and Sub Plan. It include
Have you ever had a Newcomer ELL student show up in the middle of the year and they can barely communicate in English? This document was created as a means of easing this transition for newcomer students in the classroom. The visuals and translations will help facilitate communication in your class
Ready to print, cut and display for the new school year is this bright and colourful set of classroom supply labels. This is a bilingual set with Portuguese and English.What's included?Page format: A4 and LetterLayout: 3 labels p/pageText: Portuguese and EnglishStyle: Colour and BlacklineContents: 2
Hiragana mats to laminate and use over and over again! Students are encouraged to trace, write and make the focus hiragana on each mat, using 'Play Doh' or similar.Romaji is intentionally not included as it often causes pronunciation confusion.There are ten mats, presented in chart order: Mat 1 is A
Very creative ABC book for kids. The main character of the book, Julia, goes to Rio, Brazil (where the World Cup will be held in 2014 and the Olympics will be held in 2016). She shares what she eats, sees, touches, does, and where she goes using words in Portuguese for each word of the alphabet. All
If you've ever tried to teach students to give directions in a foreign language, you know it can be difficult to get them to speak in front of you and the class in ways that are motivating and stimulating to them. This file attempts to address this by mimicking a tablet application that you can use
This is excellent for language arts classes, a literacy center, language center, social studies, teachers or students going to Portugal, Brazil or the other nations where the language is spoken. Spanish students enjoy comparing-and-contrasting it to their related language; for a Portuguese-speaking
Your students will love learning all about Brazil with this fun country study! Included is an all about Brazil Powerpoint presentation (.pptx) to teach your class all about Brazil, the capital city, flag, food, language, famous landmarks, the Amazon Rainforest and Carnival! Student activity workshee
Surround your students with Portuguese! These classroom labels will build vocabulary through sight association. They can also be used as flash cards or to create a word wall.
a sala de aula the classroom
o livro the book
a cadeira the chair
a carteira the desk
a porta the door
a janela the window
Fun WORLD FACTS for young children!! Save time - and have fun!Explore Portugal!! Color the flag, sample some local cuisine, and practice saying hello in the native language! Learn about the population, land area, famous landmarks and sing the national anthem! Now, let's talk about what we learned!If
Preschoolers,Special Education, Autism. Learning to recognize shapes is important for children. Your students will enjoy this slides/cards. You can print and use like a big flash card (or just use in your PC).
Introduce Shapes and another language.
Volta às aulas!!!- This product is an excellent resource to help you organize and decorate your classroom. It comes with colorful labels to make your space beautiful and fun for your students!Description:This material has 36 pages with:- a PDF document with 72 classroom labels with pictures and thre
Resources included are as follows:
Map of the 7 continents, the world, South America, each country in South America, continents map to colour, map of languages, cut and stick activity, population poster,
Make a presentation task with cue cards
Geographical features and landmarks photo pack
This ADD-ON to the Brazil Program focuses on learning the numbers 1-12. It can be used in conjunction with the Let's Speak section of the program.These activities also work independently of the Learning Program and can be used on their own to introduce students to the language and practice saying nu