Children’s Literature

7 Summer Reads for Elementary, Middle, and High School

7 Summer Reads for Elementary, Middle, and High School

One of the best parts about summer is the freedom to read what you want instead of what’s assigned in class. Take a...
Develop Social Emotional Learning (SEL) with Authentic Literature

Develop Social Emotional Learning (SEL) with Authentic Literature

February is the month when we honor our most cherished friendships and relationships. As such, it’s an opportune time...
Maneras de cultivar los hábitos de lectura

Maneras de cultivar los hábitos de lectura

Decía, Charles William Eliot (1834-1926), “los libros son los amigos más silenciosos y constantes; son los...

Activities to Bring the First Thanksgiving to Life

While the Thanksgiving Day story may have changed with the passing of time, today students have plenty of...
Hispanic Heritage Month

Four Hands-On Activities for Hispanic Heritage Month

By Kelli Drummer-Avendano Honor Hispanic Heritage Month and enrich students’ understanding of the world with...
Celebrating People, Places, and Culture in the Classroom

Celebrating People, Places, and Culture in the Classroom

By Kelli Drummer-Avendano As the school year begins, it’s time to celebrate! Celebrate the diverse people, places,...
5 Must-Have Summer Reads for Kids Ages 5-8

5 Must-Have Summer Reads for Kids Ages 5-8

With summer reading programs in full swing, the wide variety of children’s Spanish books available from dos...
Sense of Humor

8 Ideas to Foster a Child’s Sense of Humor

By Kelli Drummer-Avendano Laughter has been proven to be good for your health—both mental and physical! For some...

Reading Starts with a Spark, and the Right Book

Reading starts with a spark. Whether it’s the title of a book, the captivating cover, the famous author, or the...
travel

Have Books, Will Travel!

By Kelli Drummer-Avendano This summer, imagine taking a road trip with your family through Latin America without...