From Burnout to Balance: Creating a Healthy Happy Homeschool Routine
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by Nicole Vasco
1w ago
Homeschooling, a cherished path many families choose for its flexibility and personalized education approach, can sometimes lead us down a more challenging road than expected. With May marking Mental Health Month and the crescendo of the academic year’s activities—class trips, proms, graduations—both students and parents can teeter on the edge of burnout. It’s a pressing issue that calls for our attention, understanding, and action. Join more than 559 million people on the planet who speak Spanish! Sign up for your free trial Spanish class today. Canva | © Canva Stock Photos Understand ..read more
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Familial Bonds: Expressing ‘Sister-in-Law’ in Spanish and Family Vocabulary
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by Olga Put
3w ago
When you start learning a new language, family vocabulary is one of the first things you want to cover.  Talking about your family members with your new foreign friends creates special bonds, and being able to do it in the language you’ve just started studying seems like a big accomplishment. Learning a new language isn’t just about grasping words and phrases; it’s about unlocking the essence of a culture. And when it comes to culture, family is at the heart of it all.  That’s why understanding family-related terms in a foreign language is more than just a linguistic achievement; it ..read more
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Earth Day Projects for Kids + Spanish Earth Day Vocabulary
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by Nicole Vasco
1M ago
Growing up, I was always that kid with a magnifying glass in one hand and a science kit in the other, absolutely mesmerized by the world of science. Fast forward to now, and that same thrill for discovery runs through my daughters. Our bond is pretty special, especially when we’re mixing up experiments and creating new ways to mess up the kitchen table. And when April rolls around, we get all hyped up for Earth Day because it’s the perfect excuse to blend our love for science with some eco-friendly action. And, get this — we do it all while dipping our toes into Spanish, making it a fabulous ..read more
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Turn Your Life Around: From Passive Bilingualism to Fluency!
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by J.A. García
1M ago
Have you heard about passive bilingualism? If you’re a beginner to intermediate language learner, or someone who might have been exposed to Spanish but is not fluent, this is for you! Being a passive bilingual is not a bad thing; in fact, it’s an opportunity for you to transform what you have learned so far, reinforce your linguistic skills, and reach fluency. If you identify with this term, keep reading and learn tips and strategies that will help you activate your bilingualism and be a fluent Spanish speaker. So, let’s get started! What’s Passive Bilingualism, and How Do Achieve It? The te ..read more
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10 Homeschooling Styles You Need to Explore in 2023
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by Olga Put
2M ago
Homeschooling is no longer a novel concept but a thriving educational phenomenon, especially in the ever-evolving landscape of the 21st century.  It’s a movement that has transcended the traditional classroom and adapted to the diverse needs and desires of parents and children alike.  As homeschooling continues to gain popularity, it’s essential to explore the many homeschooling styles available in 2023.  These styles have not only stood the test of time but have also evolved to meet the ever-changing demands of modern education. In this article, we’ll embark on a journey to dis ..read more
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Celebrating Culture and Joy: The Magic of Carnival in Spanish-Speaking Countries
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by Nicole Vasco
3M ago
Carnival. Is there a word that better captures the essence of sheer joy and unadulterated celebration? For many, it’s an annual beacon of festivity that allows people to cast aside the mundane and step into a world of vibrant color, infectious music, and traditions that have withstood the test of time. As a first-generation Antiguan-American, carnival was more than a celebration—it was in my blood. Now, as a mom, raising my half-Colombian kiddos, the desire to express and preserve the spirit of carnival is even stronger. This is not only a personal passion but a treasure trove for language lea ..read more
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A Complete Guide to Preterite Conjugation for Beginners
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by Luis F. Dominguez
4M ago
Would you like to master the preterite conjugation in Spanish?  How about learning to deal with regular and irregular verbs in the preterite tense?  Well, today is your lucky day! In this lesson, you’ll learn all about the preterite Spanish tense, how to conjugate it in regular and irregular verbs, and even some of the most common mistakes to avoid when using it.  Join more than 559 million people on the planet who speak Spanish!Sign up for a free trial Spanish class today. What Is the Spanish Preterite? The preterite Spanish is simply what you call the past simple tense in E ..read more
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60 Best New Year Quotes in Spanish 2024
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by Rafael Parra
4M ago
A new year is upon us! Let’s celebrate by looking at 60 New Year quotes to inspire good feelings about this opportunity for change. Every time the earth completes an orbit around the sun, people celebrate a new beginning at the stroke of midnight. Hugs are shared all over the world and we rejoice as we prepare to tackle the next year with hope and happiness.  And, even though this year will be different from anything we’ve experienced before, we can always take some time to reflect on what happened, what we want for the future, and how to better ourselves. To start 2024 with your best foo ..read more
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The 10 Most Common Spanish Surnames in The U.S
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by Nicole Canún
5M ago
Surnames are more than just labels; they’re threads that knit the fabric of our identity. They connect us to our past, cultures, roots, and heritage.  Spanish surnames play an extraordinary role in the vibrant tapestry of Hispanic culture, transcending the boundaries of time and geography.  They’re the keys to unlocking the doors of history, enabling us to go back to the past and decipher the story of the Hispanic population in the United States.  In this article, we invite you to embark on a journey through the fascinating world of Hispanic last names, which holds significance ..read more
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Everything About Mexican Christmas Traditions
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by J.A. García
5M ago
If you love the Mexican Día de Muertos, we are sure that Mexican Christmas traditions and celebrations will also fascinate you. Like any country, Mexico is full of culture, traditions, and customs passed down from generation to generation. Christmas in this Latin American country is a mix of religious and commercial festivities and family customs.  For Mexicans, it’s an important season because it brings moments of happiness and family unity, essential characteristics of Latin culture. In addition, Mexico is a country with a deep-rooted religious tradition. So there are also many activiti ..read more
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