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Love and discipline for the bilingual journey

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2017 is finally here!  I almost feel like I am living in the future  My kids are growing, life is changing.  Another page got flipped and it must be written so at the end of this year I will be able to read the story.  Am I going to write that story in Spanish or English?  It will be a bilingual…
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Favorite Gadgets for a Latino household

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Do you recognize this guy? Yes! Inspector Gadget.  Although, he was not one of my favorite superheroes, I watched a few of Inspector Gadget’s episodes. In my Spanish childish mind, Inspector Gadget was his name.  The word Gadget was a last name.  It really was not a representative of the word.   As far as I was…
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Celebrating my heritage with traditional remedies

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Hispanic Heritage Month is here again!  And as always, I am celebrating with my Multicultural Kids Blogs friends the beauty and diversity of Hispanics in the USA.  This time to share about typical home remedies in my Spanglish-house. When I first met my mother in law she was absolutely fascinated by how much I would use home remedies to…
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Review: Summer Games Unit Study MKB

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The Summer games are just around the corner.  The excitement is growing and the countdown has started.  My ten year old was 6 when the London Olympics occurred and he still remembers Queen Elizabeth entrance to the inauguration.   So much excitement, has served as a great platform for our Summer studies.  We have been talking about Discipline, Sports, Ancient History,…
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Alpacas, My Favorite New Neighbors

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Everyday when I go outside I have the joy to greet my favorite neighbors.  They are soft, gentle, clean and very, very cute.  I heard around the vines that if they get mad, they spit. They are 44 in number.  And they are also originary from the Andes.  Some of them are Peruvian descendants and others are Bolivian…
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