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An Interview With Maria Antonieta De Las Nieves About Her Role in ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ {Giveaway}

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This past week we were invited to attend the magical Disney Animation Studios for the release of “Wreck-it Ralph” on 4-disc Blu-ray combo pack. “Wreck-it Ralph” tells the story of Ralph, a muscular, video game “bad guy” who stars in a video game of the same name. His sole purpose is to use his humongous hands to destroy buildings while other members of the game try to stop him from doing it.  After 30 years of playing a bad guy,Read More ...

Spring Coloring Pages in Spanish {Printable}

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Spring is almost here! The days of indoor play are almost over and our niños will soon be able to enjoy the celebrations that come with warmer weather. Monarca Language has put together two super cute printables in Spanish for our kids to enjoy. The two printables feature Easter and St. Patrick’s day, along with vocabulary words in Spanish that relate to each celebration. For the full  printable version of the coloring sheets pictured above click here. ...

Why It’s Imperative to Me That My Kids Speak Spanish

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My very active 83-year-old aunt called me a few minutes ago to ask me to accompany her to one of her multiple events. She is from Ecuador and has been living in San Francisco for about 65 years, since she came to the U.S. for college. She got married with an Italian-American guy and had four children. Her children live around the Bay Area and except for one of them, who learned Spanish in college; they speak only a fewRead More ...

Immersion Travel: The Hidden Key to Raising Bilingual Children

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One of my biggest wishes for my children is that they would know the world and how to navigate themselves in it with grace and confidence. Part of this is teaching them to be comfortable, both in their own skins and in the presence of those that may be different from them. But the other part of the equation entails equipping them with the tools that they need to actually engage with different cultures; like a sense of geography, culturalRead More ...

Valentine’s Coloring Pages in Spanish {Printable}

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  Valentines Day is just around the corner and to celebrate Monarca Language has provided these cute Valentine’s Day coloring sheets in Spanish for our niños. The three coloring sheets feature winter animals and come with phrases that are great for starting conversations with our kids in Spanish. For the full printable version of the three coloring sheets pictured above click here. Check out all the Valentine’s goodies we have for you here and our Valentine’s Pinterest board is really cuteRead More ...

The Day My Son Became a Dual Citizen of the US and Mexico

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  I am, by no means, a great cook. Sure I may evoke some smiles from friends when I bring out my almost-famous “Tracy-lotes,” complete with butter, queso cotija and chili powder sprinkled on top. My suegros from Mexico are always gracious at Thanksgiving when I serve up one of my new creations that I pick up from one of my social media platforms. And my co-workers at last year’s holiday party kindly made room for my arroz con leche, which somehowRead More ...

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