Bilingual classroom decor

Transform your classroom into a vibrant and engaging learning environment with these creative bilingual decor ideas. Inspire your students and foster a love for languages with these captivating decorations.
High School, English, Bulletin Boards, Pre K, Middle School Spanish, Elementary Spanish Classroom, Elementary Spanish, Teaching Spanish Middle School, High School Spanish

Okay. You got me. I’m a sucker for scrolling Instagram and Pinterest, looking at those BEAUTIFUL classrooms teachers have put together. You know, the ones that look like Hogwarts, or a cozy coffee shop, or are bright and airy? THOSE. But, as much as I love to look at them, that’s just not me. I ... Read More about Must Have Posters for Spanish Class

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Mariana Gonzalez
Motivate your students to reach for their goals and promote bilingualism with 18 powerful quotes about the benefits of being bilingual. Give them the inspiration they need to reach their fullest potential! From quotes on the power of language to the advantages of being bilingual, these quotes will make your students strive to become multilingual. Quotes, Different Words, Grado, Powerful Quotes, Bilingual, Dual Language, Learn Another Language, Word Poster, Inspirational Words

Motivate your students to reach for their goals and promote bilingualism with 18 powerful quotes about the benefits of being bilingual. Give them the inspiration they need to reach their fullest potential! From quotes on the power of language to the advantages of being bilingual, these quotes will make your students strive to become multilingual.

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The Sassy Maestra- Dual Language And Bilingual Teacher Resources
Are you wanting to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in your school? Check out these bulletin boards for Spanish class! They are great for door decorations or a classroom display. Some of them are crafts or activities your kids can do before hanging up to create the bulletin board! Hang them in your Spanish classroom or school library, cafeteria, or entrance to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in your middle school or high school! Bulletin Boards, High School, Art, English, Pre K, Spanish Classroom Bulletin Boards, Spanish Bulletin Boards, Spanish Classroom Decor, High School Spanish Classroom Decor

Are you wanting to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in your school? Check out these bulletin boards for Spanish class! They are great for door decorations or a classroom display. Some of them are crafts or activities your kids can do before hanging up to create the bulletin board! Hang them in your Spanish classroom or school library, cafeteria, or entrance to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in your middle school or high school!

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Srta Spanish - Secondary Spanish Class
Bilingual classroom decor. Center or station posters for the bilingual English-Spanish or Dual Language Classroom for your back to school classroom decor. English words are in blue and Spanish words are in red, for those following the Gomez & Gomez model. It includes 31 center signs to label your learning stations and cards for the pocket chart. Classroom Jobs, Pre K, Bilingual Centers, Bilingual Classroom, Bilingual Classroom Decor, Language Centers, Spanish Teaching Resources, Bilingual Teaching, Classroom Commands

Bilingual classroom decor. Center or station posters for the bilingual English-Spanish or Dual Language Classroom for your back to school classroom decor. English words are in blue and Spanish words are in red, for those following the Gomez & Gomez model. It includes 31 center signs to label your learning stations and cards for the pocket chart.

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Mrs. G. Dual Language
Pre K, Spanish Classroom Decor, Spanish Classroom Door, Spanish Classroom, Classroom Decorations, Spanish Classroom Bulletin Boards, Door Decorations Classroom, Spanish Bulletin Boards, School Door Decorations

Need some good comprehensible input for your Spanish classroom? Here I've compiled 10 fables, in picture format and just for beginners. Each fable is told in simple Spanish. The first story, El perro y su reflejo, uses the most basic language. From there, each successive story adds in new vocabulary and builds up to El ratoncito del campo y el ratoncito de la ciudad, the most complex fable. If you'd like to see how the verbs and vocabulary build throughout the series, see the spreadsheet…

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