This is a great helper for reading comprehension about buildings, e.g. skyscrapers, pagodas, igloos etc. Note: the Spanish is Latin American not the Spanish used in Spain.
You see a picture of a building, under it the word for it in English, under that the Spanish meaning, farther below a complete English sentence using the word and then the same sentence in Spanish.
There are also ten short Word Searches each about half a page in length, then two numbers-to-words Cryptogram games.
This learning packet is helpful for building vocabulary as well as reading fluency. It helps with reading comprehension and is a useful addition to any Reading Center.
It's practical, fun, and will keep the students actively engaged in learning like honey bees gathering honey for the hive!
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REASONS TO PURCHASE HERE 1. plenty of material priced fair, 2. It’s reusable over the years, 3. buying it is more convenient than trying to make it all yourself, 4. students enjoy the fun parts making the work more fun too, 5. most word searches have a format helping teach information with the words, 6. the package is complete with reading components, tests with keys, other handy and helpful material at a more than fair price, 7. it looks attractive and is professional, 8. Many of my items include some Spanish to help ESL/ELL students not be totally lef out; 9. you’ll love it that your students stay busy learning like happy bees at the honey hive of knowledge, your classroom, even as they have in mine.
Note: Spanish used in products in the store here is more of the informal Latino Spanish actually used by most students from Latin America rather than the formal Castilian of Spain; so there are some differences in grammar, spelling and or vocabulary even as there are with American and British English.
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