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About: Kelly A. Serrano

Kelly was born and raised in Ecuador, South America and moved to the United States when she was 18. While she obtained a bachelor degree in business administration and later worked in the private sector for a few years, deep inside she always knew she wanted to be a teacher. Kelly returned to school and obtained both teaching credentials and a master degree in education - she has not looked back ever since (well...a couple of times). Kelly's teaching journey has taken her many places over the last seven years, and this year she's moving to a dual-language school, which is the main reason she decided to start her own blog and create her own bilingual teaching resources.

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Twitter: @learningintwo

31 Days of Reading in Spanish: Esperanza Renace

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  Editor’s note: We continue with our 31 Days of Reading in Spanish. Check out the book review below and don’t forget to enter our weekly GIVEAWAY of $100 worth of books in Spanish! This is the last week, so you have until July 31 to enter. BOOK DESCRIPTION/REVIEW Many of us have heard the phrases “Value what you have” or “Don’t be afraid to start over.” It is here that Pam Muñoz, author of Esperanza Renace (Esperanza Rising in English), does anRead More ...

Bienvenidos a La Maestra’s Corner — A Peek Into Dual Language Classrooms

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I could not be any happier to join the SpanglishBaby community. Actually I am ecstatic to share my new journey with all of you. My name is Kelly Serrano. I was born and raised in Ecuador, South America and moved to the United States when I was 18 years old. I am also a classroom teacher. While I have taught in the general education classroom setting for seven years including 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade, this year I made aRead More ...

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