If you are a teacher at a school with a small bilingual program, or a teacher who has recent immigrants in your upper elementary late-exit bilingual class, you know the struggle of spending hours, after you have planned with your general education peers, searching for comparable and appropriate resources in Spanish, for Reading and Language Arts in particular. Trust me, I have been there too.
For that reason, I have developed the following one-stop shop of resources to support you in working smarter not harder. Among what you will receive with this download includes…
*A comprehensive list of popular search engines from Spanish-speaking countries.
*A list of common terms and words to help you maximize your search for Spanish language arts materials on the web.
*A list of popular blogs and websites for both primary as well as upper elementary Spanish language arts free resources.
* General search tips to get you exactly what you are looking for in a fraction of the time.
*A list of links for free graphic organizers and anchor charts in Spanish (for Reading and Writing by skill).
This is also a great one-stop shop for language arts coaches also who want to better support their bilingual teachers in planning or any Spanish as a second language teacher either in a dual language, Spanish elective, or Spanish Immersion program at the elementary level.
Other products from my store you may be interested in include
*Bilingual Genre Posters
*Spanish Cooperative Role Cards
*CUPS and ARMS in Spanish
*K-2 Mentor Texts Based on the Work of Lucy Calkins
My website is edventuresinbiliteracy.com