Luciernaga Learning

United States - Texas - San Antonio
Luciernaga Learning
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Spark the love of learning! - Specializing in young childhood--ages 3 to 8--and diverse learning, I create products to help improve teaching and learning through cross-curricular projects and hands-on experiences. Simple formats keep prices down!
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Our vast nation has many ecological resources. But if we don’t know about them, we cannot value them as they deserve. This project lets students get to know one ecosystem in one of our national parks. It exposes students to the breadth of our
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Most third grade students are still VERY tactile and egocentric. They need to directly touch and experience things to make important insights and notice details. This project helps to fill those developmental needs while also meeting standards in
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We can't see inside a student's head, so it's hard to know if they are thinking as they read. Are they visualizing? Do they notice when they aren't comprehending? Charting can help kids learn these important background skills. Included here are
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Make learning grammar more fun! This simple game can be given to each student. They can cut the pieces out and match the ends up based on the target skill. They can play in pairs or on their own. They can also glue the dominoes to paper and create a
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Students love to learn about the history of individuals, and there are many citizens that make wonderful examples of good citizenship. This project can go well with civic holidays, cultural history months, or the general study of citizenship
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This game encourages children to practice vital numeracy skills, including: counting coins, skip counting by 5s and 10s, recognizing and sequencing quantities, counting on, and comparing quantities as less than/more than/equal. It can be played as a
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Simple path games give children a chance to practice word recognition and build their automaticity. This comes with two game boards, one for three letter words and another for four letter words. These high frequency words are taken from pre-primer
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The use of positional vocabulary is important for young children learning to follow directions, listen for detail, and express themselves accurately. Children match simple pictures of a cube and cylinder in different positions relative to each
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For early to intermediate readers, this simple game encourages them to notice and practice common word patterns, increasing their automaticity and exposing them to new vocabulary. Students link dominos based on the words they contain. For example,
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A simple path game that encourages emergent readers to practice their recognition of two letter high frequency words. Includes suggestions for how to use the game to help children notice the similarities and differences between words. This will help
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At La Luciernaga Learning LLC, I specialize in helping struggling young learners who need one-on-one or small group help to advance their reading, writing, and math skills. I also design and craft developmental toys and learning games at I have been a classroom teacher for innovative, multi-lingual programs in the DC Charter School system, DC Public Schools, and the City of San Antonio. I currently teach diverse learners with the Archdiocese of San Antonio.


Children learn best when learning takes place in context, at a developmentally appropriate pace, and with as much fun as possible! Making skill practice more fun and more purposeful encourages in-depth understanding. Project based learning that combines critical thinking and skills practice fills students with purpose and builds enthusiasm and willingness to take on challenge. I am heavily influenced by Montessori, Reggio Emilia, and the Project Approach.


Recipient of the 2011 Nakyuin Shin International Education Award, The George Washington University in recognition of academic and professional contributions to the field of international education


MAT Early Childhood, Trinity Washington University MA International Education, The George Washington University


You can follow my blog for more information on children's development, learning, early childhood education, entrepreneurship, and teaching!

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