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Dig In! 25 Learning Resources for Bite-sized Spanish Reading

2-5-2019

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FREE Read Conmigo Books For K-5th Grade Children - Yo! Free Samples

2-5-2019

Parents play a vital role in childhood literacy. Read Conmigo is giving away free printed books to Latino families, schools, and libraries to promote the distinct educational, social, and financial benefits of bilingualism and provide parents with free tools and resources to help them create a lifelong love of reading in their children.

How to make sure your school is teaching your child to read - For The Curious

2-5-2019

California has a serious early literacy problem — more than half of all elementary school children cannot read or write at their grade level.

Online Spanish Books: Where To Find Free Collections

2-5-2019

Sponsored by the Colombian Ministerio de Cultura, Maguaré is a one-in-a-million find for Spanish materials. You can access over 100 picture books, poems, and tongue twisters. (A few are set to music or include audio as well).

8 cool things kids can get in the mail - Motherly

2-5-2019

The bottle warmer has long been a point of contention for new mamas. Hotly debated as a must-have or superfluous baby registry choice, standard models generally leave new moms underwhelmed at best.

27 Incredibly Easy Ways to Get Free Books for Kids (Online & By Mail) - MoneyPantry

2-5-2019

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Childrens Day Celebration (in Spanish)

2-27-2017

More than 300 elementary students were the special guests of an event organized by the bilingual literacy program, Read Conmigo. The event took place at the Mexican Consulate in Los Angeles on Childrens Day.