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By Rose Zertuche Trevino

In Rose Zertuche Trevino's "Read Me a Rhyme in Spanish and English", programming rules abound for librarians who've bilingual consumers and want to offer analyzing courses for kids for whom Spanish is the spoken language at domestic. The bilingual courses are for kids of every age: infants to fundamental college young ones. this system fabric provided originates from Latin tradition, attractive these consumers for whom the nursery rhymes are new, in addition to for older kids and oldsters for whom the rhymes are outdated favorites. "Read Me a Rhyme in Spanish and English"; comprises thorough instructions, in addition to the textual content for varied sounds and read-alouds, written in either English and Spanish. clients also will realize: clean principles and assets for enforcing bilingual storytimes; 8 software plans with chapters particular to focus on viewers; and, bibliographies packed with extra assets, together with either paper and track titles to be used with bilingual courses. The ready-made storytimes incorporated during this targeted bilingual ebook is a must have for any library serving the Spanish-speaking. jam-packed with rhymes, songs, and fingerplays, this e-book becomes a favourite between your younger consumers either in English and Spanish!

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Programs for Toddlers 35 Closing Rhyme End the program with the following rhyme: Colorín, colorado, Este cuento se ha acabado Colorín, colorado, This story is now over Or you can change some of the words, like this: Colorín, colorado, Este programa se ha acabado Colorín, colorado, This program is now over. Be sure to send home a flier with the titles of the books you read, the words to the songs and rhymes, and a list of reading tips. Program 2: Water / El agua You may want to purchase a small portable fountain that lets you add water to flow over rocks.

Children’s Press, 2003. Closing Rhyme End your program with a closing rhyme or song. Be sure to send home a flier with the titles of the books you read, the words to the songs and rhymes, and a list of reading tips. Chapter 4 Programs for Preschoolers Programs para niños preescolares Shy, rambunctious, inquisitive, and playful are words that can describe many preschoolers. You are certain to have kids who fall into each of these categories. They love attention and give attention. They are able to sit still for a longer period of time.

Roaring Brook Press, 2007. Spanish: Nochecita. Roaring Brook Press, 2007. Song Ask parents to rock their babies while you sing this lullaby: A la rorro A la rorrororro niño, A la rorro rorro ro Duérmete, mi niño, Duérmete, mi amor. Rock-a-Bye Rock-a-bye, baby, Rock-a-bye; Sleep, my baby, Sleep, my love. Tus ojitos bailan Cual la luz del sol; Duérmete, mi niño, Duérmete, mi amor. Your eyes are twinkling Like the bright little sun; Sleep, my child, Sleep, my love. Rhyme Ask parents to sit baby on their lap facing them and to repeat this traditional lullaby rhyme to a steady rhythm with you: Este niño tiene sueño Este niño tiene sueño.

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