Spanish and English story telling website: http://www.storyplace.org
Areas for pre-school and elementary--pre-school is good for K-2nd for English Language development.
Spanish alphabet w/several interactive “games”:
Spanish alphabet w/interactive “games”, writing, math shapes, colors, etc.; good for numbers practice; some games are memory cards, helps with retention,
English language development
Very comprehensive; Pre-K - 2nd grade; even 5th graders who are new comers; they can click the words and hear the story word by word, or they can click and listen to the entire story while they follow the text.
Tons” of material for reading, videos, etc.
Interactive stories, children’s poems, video, songs, etc. All Spanish.
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