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Must-Ask Questions for Back-to-School Night

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  There is nothing that makes a teacher happier than really involved parents and I have to say that I feel really lucky to have parents that are not only involved, but also really supportive. I am confident to say that many teachers feel the same way. Having parents that are well informed about their child’s academics and day-to-day schooling is crucial in order to have a successful school year. This week, I held my back-to-school night at the dualRead More ...

Tips For Non-Native Speakers with Children at Dual-Language Schools

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This past Monday was the orientation for parents with children entering kinder at my dual immersion school. It was quite a crowd as tons of eager parents walked through the school gate and headed toward the different kindergarten classrooms. What I loved about this big group was how diverse it was. For some reason there is a common misconception out there – that most children attending these types of schools are native speakers of the target language and this couldRead More ...

La Maestra’s Corner: Back to School Classroom Reveal

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Last week, I promised I would share my classroom with all of you. I have been working day AND night (including weekends) and, while I am not done, I wanted to share what I have accomplished so far. I put a lot of thought into the environment and how I really wanted to create a welcoming space. I hope you like it. As always, I would love to hear from you and read your comments/suggestions. Remember these? Now…the BIG reveal:Read More ...

Back to School Snacks Made Easier with Lunchables Jr.

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{This is a sponsored post} My kids will be going back to school in 10 days, which means I’m going crazy getting everything so they can be ready for their first day. Besides all the required materials, I also need to get back into gear in terms of lunches and snacks. I’m not the most creative mom when it comes to packing their lunch boxes and, in all honesty, mornings are so crazy that I normally don’t have all theRead More ...

Is My Daughter Shy? Or Is She Not Bilingual Just Yet?

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While the majority of children in the United States will be going back to school this week, Vanessa just finished her third week in first grade. Recently, my husband and I were invited to a sort of parent/teacher conference so Vanessa could get an assessment in terms of her reading, writing and math skills. It was an opportunity for us to let her teacher know about Vanessa’s learning style, her likes and dislikes, and also for us to get toRead More ...

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