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5 Strategies to start teaching Spanish literacy



"Biliteracy is a higher form of literacy than monoliteracy"--Kathy Escamilla

Are you a parent of a Dual Language child?  Or do you want your child to learn to read in Spanish as well as in English?  Do you want your kiddo to be bililterate?

These are all good questions to consider as we raise our kiddos in a society where bilingualism matters, and biliteracy is valued.  No matter where you live on our Blue Planet, we have all become closer because of the ease of travel, and knowing another language is essential for so many different reasons.

In this post I will show you 5 strategies to consider if you are a parent or a teacher with an end goal of billiteracy!  Becoming biliterate is so important for your kids, and getting a start on the right foot with Spanish literacy is crucial. Let's take a look at 5 strategies to help you teach Spanish initial literacy skills at home or in the classroom!
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