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6 Fun and Educational Spanish Classroom Decoration Ideas


Good news, everyone!

Creating Spanish decorations doesn’t need to be time-consuming or expensive.

In fact, you can make some colorful, creative decorations that students actually love—and learn from!—quite easily.

And you don’t have to overthink things, either.

Crazy decoration ideas …

14 Awesome Spanish Presentations to Introduce Vocabulary to Beginners in Your Classroom


Presentations are amazing teaching resources! We can’t deny it.

No matter your students’ learning style and no matter how much we try to incorporate the use of all the senses in our lessons, having a visual aid that keeps …

How to Revamp 5 Traditional Spanish Teaching Materials for Your Classroom


Get out your Walkman and lace up your Chuck Taylors.

It’s time to get old school.

In this post, we’re going to dive into some classic Spanish teaching materials.

Those retro resources that have been making teachers’ lives easier for …

Technology in the Spanish Classroom: 5 Amazing Apps You Should Already Be Using


I don’t know about you, but when I first started going to school 25 years ago, the only piece of electronic equipment in the classroom was my teacher’s humongous computer that she used as rarely as possible.

Oh, and a …

The Most Emphatic Spanish Alphabet Songs for Classroom Singalongs

spanish-alphabet songs

There’s one episode of “Friends” that always has language teachers simultaneously laughing and shaking their heads… because they know.

They’ve seen it. Over and over again.

In this particular episode, Joey needs to learn French for an audition …

Where to Find Spanish Teaching Supplies So Your Classroom Is Always Stocked


Teachers spend around $1.6 billion dollars annually of their own money on school supplies.

Say what?!

It’s hard to believe, but according to a recent study by the Education Market Association, teachers are reaching deep into their own pockets to …

Don’t Work Harder, Work Better! 12 Apps for Spanish Teachers


A principal once gave me brutal but eye-opening feedback that I’ll never forget.

You see, I started teaching when I was young.

As a twenty-something, I always sought to integrate technology as much as possible.

But I got overwhelmed with …