Fall counting ideas can consist of using simple tools to help young bilingual learners. In this way, they can develop math skills in fun ways.
Besides using counting and task cards, help your bilingual learners integrate prior knowledge of counting with new math skills. Once they master these skills, you can add more numbers or other skills.
Counting money bilingual activities use different types of approaches to learning money value. For young bilingual learners, you can introduce the value of coins and a one-dollar bill.
In this way, they can get familiar with the value of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and a dollar bill. As you build the foundation of money learning, they’ll be ready to take on deeper math money concepts later on.
Getting ready for back-to-school can be an exciting time for young children, especially for bilingual learners. There’s so much to consider when a bilingual student begins school.
How to get ready can ease the tension and anxiety that many bilingual learners may experience.
Summer number sense explores more than counting and learning numbers. Your bilingual preschoolers can engage in different activities to learn to count.
Of course, there are many ways to apply learning number sense. You can easily use a digital tool or flashcards. However, young bilingual learners benefit from using various tools like manipulatives and games.
The summer camp resources guide is a handy way to know what activities your kids can do over the summer. While some summer camps are in-person, there are other alternatives for those families that need to stay indoors.
A staycation doesn’t have to be boring. With some innovative activities, you can have a summer camp at home or virtually.