Three stories: an American citizen with undocumented parents, a teenager secretly smuggled to the USA with no path to citizenship, and an undocumented student who lived in fear for 14 years before finally becoming "legal." These are my picks for your summer reading list. In The Country We Love - My Family Divided Imagine, coming... Continue Reading →

Crazy for Cascarones

Have you made cascarones in your classroom? These confetti-filled Easter eggs are super easy to make! I recommend cleaning out the shells at home so you can use the eggs to make delicious treats--and that way, nothing goes to waste! It's best to start collecting your eggs a few weeks before you need them, depending... Continue Reading →

Locura de marzo Song Selection Process Starts NOW | Don’t wait to nominate your favorite Spanish songs!

Señor Ashby's "Locura de marzo" may just be my all-time favorite activity for the Spanish classroom! Last year was my first year participating in Señor Ashby's "Locura de marzo" and it was a game-changer for my Spanish classroom! Students were singing Spanish songs in the hallway.  They were looking up additional information about artists on the... Continue Reading →

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