Because everyday counts routine


Many schools started classes last month.  In this Spanglish house we started last week.  A whole full year of knowledge, fun and surprises are awaiting for us!  Of course this year will have more Spanish because kiddos are growing and Spanish is more spoken en esta casa. We start our school days with a Calendar, in…
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Educazion a great alternative for Educacion

I admire homeschoolers that venture to Homeschool their kids in two languages.  I found Heather Magnuson that through her Homeschool Aventuras brings resources, help and encouragement to people like me or you, bilingual Homeschoolers.  She homeschools her kids in a dual-immersion environment and following a Classical curriculum.

Through Heather’s blog I found Educazion.net,  I have to say that I was in need of some structure to my Dual immersion homeschool experience. I think my kids are over the stage of learning Spanish, they need to speak because they can read, write and understand. Their brains are bilingual, they just need to let their tongues go and Escuelita en Linea, seems to be a good option for us..

Here a review of the Kindergarten and first grade level that Heather did for her readers.

 Educazion.net–A Comparison of Preescolar 1 thru Primer Grado

A reader asked if I could describe the contents of Preescolar 2 vs. Preescolar 3 through the Educazion.net (Also known as escuelaenlinea.net) online curriculum.  When I first enrolled my sons, I didn’t have any information to help me choose a level in which to register them.  I made an educated guess, and it turned out ok.  But I thought it might helpful to all my readers if I gave a synopsis of each of the four levels I have personally experienced.
About Heather and in her own words,
 My PhotoI am a homeschool mom to two little boys, blogging about our journey into the organized chaos (or chaotic organization) that we call our dual-immersion (Spanish-English), Classical, Christian school.  I am not a native Spanish-speaker, so it is my hope that as I document our successes and failures along the way, I might be able to offer encouragement to other non-native speakers who desire to educate their children in a foreign language.