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High Five Bilingue: iVamos! Let's Go!

High Five Bilingue: iVamos! Let's Go!
High Five Bilingue: iVamos! Let's Go!
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¿Cómo eligen ustedes el nombre de una mascota? A mi familia le llevó días decidir qué nombre ponerle a nuestro cachorro. En “El nombre perfecto” (páginas 12–15), Jesse y su mamá adoptan una gatita de un refugio y tienen que ponerle nombre. Jesse observa sus características físicas y su comportamiento, y decide llamarla Linda. En inglés, cute significa “linda”. Este mes, intenten utilizar la palabra cute para describir algo lindo o adorable. Si ayuda a su niño o niña a usar algunas palabras que sean parte de sus rutinas diarias, le resultará más fácil recordarlas y entender su significado. How do you name a pet? It took my family a few days to decide what to call our puppy. In “A Purr-fect Name” (pages 30–33), Jesse and his mom bring home a kitten from the animal shelter and need to name her. Jesse thinks about what she looks like and how she behaves. In the end, he names her “Cute.” In Spanish, “cute” is linda. This month, try using linda to describe something that is cute or beautiful. By focusing on a few words and connecting them to your child’s daily life, your child is more likely to remember these words and their meanings.

Book Details

Pages: 36
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English, Spanish
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Art, Educational
Features: Illustrations, Photos
Keywords: highlights, early learning, preschool, pets, cat, dog, crafting, school, activities for kids
Date Added: September 5, 2020