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The Time I Failed Bilingual Kindergarten

This is a sad story with a happy ending. It involves me WAY over doing it with enthusiasm which led to a hard crash and burn. But…I didn’t give up. Ready to hear how I failed Bilingual Kindergarten?

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How We Start Our Homeschool Year – The Spanish Immersion Soft Start

The homeschool soft start was a little insider trick I learned from a veteran homeschool mom. It works wonders, and we made it our own by adding a Spanish Immersion twist.

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Spanish Curricula for Our 2020 School Year

One of the hardest parts of homeschooling in Spanish (or any minority language that is not English) is finding quality homeschool resources in your target language.

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How I Created Need In A Small Town.

If kids don’t need to use their minority language, they won’t.What did I do when my son stopped speaking Spanish just one month after a cross country move separated us from our Spanish speaking community? First, I cried…

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Six Resources for Bible Study With Kids – Available in Many Languages

Study the Bible in your minority language with these six Bible study resources focused on kids and available in multiple languages.

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Top Five Quarantine Resources for Spanish Learners

Quantity language exposure is important. Make screen time count with these five lovely YouTube channels.

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Five YouTube Channels for Spanish Learning

Quantity language exposure is important. Make screen time count with these five lovely YouTube channels.

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Authentic Author Spotlight Susanna Isern

Meet Susanna Isern in this installment of our Authentic Author Spotlight Series. Each Spotlight ​includes a brief bio and five fabulous fitles by the author.

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What Morning Time Looks Like in a Bilingual Homeschool

​Balancing Morning Time when juggling two languages takes a little finesse, but it can be done. Let me walk you through how we do it around here, and perhaps you’ll get some ideas to use in your own home.If you’re new to the whole concept of Morning Time, you might like to read about what

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What is Morning Time and How it Transformed our Bilingual Homeschool

​Everyone who is homeschooling bilingually is swimming up stream. We encourage our kids to swim with us, but many days they ​would rather float easily into the current of monolingualism. We end up fighting to keep them by our side on the journey, and it’s exhausting.Where do we find rest?It is so important on this

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Language Journey Interruption: A Cross Country Move

​What do you do when you lose your community?​I wrote previously how excited I was when I finally found a community to support me on ​this journey to raise bilingual kids. ​It wasn’t long, however, before we had to leave those precious families.  My bilingual son was three and a half when a job opportunity moved

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Authentic Author Spotlight Mar Pavón

Meet Mar Pavón in this installment of our Authentic Author Spotlight Series. Each Spotlight ​includes a brief bio and five fabulous fitles by the author.

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What Our Bilingual Homeschool Looks Like for 2019

One of the biggest questions I get asked is How exactly do you homeschool in two languages? I figured the best way to answer the question is just to tell you what we’re doing this year. Keep in mind, this is only one way. It seems there are as many ways to make it happen

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Five Fabulous Spanish Alphabet Books

​Books are my love language. And books in SPANISH? Even more so! I know from experience it can be time consuming to find books in Spanish on specific topics, and even harder to track down the books on said list. In an effort to make this as easy as possible for you to find these titles, I include

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How To Use Montessori Three-Part Cards

Montessori 3-Part Cards are a beautiful way for children to interact with new information. Because these cards can be used in endless ways, children can interact with the information over and over again without growing bored. This repetition leads to mastery of the information on the cards, which in our case leads to an ever growing

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