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Getting Our Bilingual On: La Aventura de Wubbzy y Los Dinosaurios Spanish App
****Disclosure: This is part of a sponsored campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and Cupcake Digital. I received a free digital download to review this app, and all opinions expressed are 100% my own**** Born from a Puerto Rican mother and an American father, the Spanish language has always been a part of my life. […]
4 Books to Teach and Practice Mathematics
Teaching math throughout the years has become more interesting and less stressful for the children. I love reading and so I love to incorporate a literature connection in my math lessons. I usually introduce the skill being taught to the children through my read aloud. It’s great because the children love to be read to […]
To Take the State Exam or Not!?
So this week has been such a difficult week due to the state exams. I questioned if I should have my son Opt out like so many parents are now beginning to do. I then thought, “what would I be teaching him if I told him he didn’t have to take the test?”. Face it, […]
Video Games: Can they increase Math, Reading, and Social Skills?
I have never been a mom fond of video games but I do try and give my children the benefit of the doubt. I always make sure that I review the game so that I know what they are playing is appropriate. Even when my children began Diablo ll, I visited https://www.yesgamers.com/diablo-2/fortuitous-ring-of-fortune-40-mf-004084 and read about […]