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Highlights High Five Bilingue

Highlights High Five Bilingue September 2017

Inspire learning in two languages! This read-only digital version of the English/Spanish magazine helps young children strengthen their first language while learning a second. The engaging stories, poems, puzzles and activities are perfect for young children — and for parents — who are learning to speak and read in Spanish and English. Visit Highlights.com to learn more. Ages 2-6.

País:
United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Highlights for Children, Inc.
Periodicitat:
Monthly
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1 min.
contar un chiste

¿Por qué la gallina cruzó la carretera? ¡Para llegar al otro lado! Este es un chiste tradicional (aunque no tan chistoso), pero si le hace la pregunta a su niño o niña, seguramente su respuesta será más divertida y más original. A esta edad, los niños desarrollan el sentido del humor y aprenden a entender qué es divertido y por qué. También les encanta hacer su propia versión de los chistes conocidos. Puede que los adultos no le veamos la gracia, pero sus amigos seguro que se parten de risa. ¡Qué manera genial de conectarse con la gente! Este mes, ayude a su niño a aprender y contar algunos chistes. Atentamente,…

1 min.
telling a joke

Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side! This is a traditional joke (or non-joke), but if you ask your child the first part, chances are he’s going to tell you something funnier and more original than the traditional answer. Young children’s humor is developing at this age. Kids are learning to understand what’s funny and why. They also love to take a common joke and give it a new response. And while we adults may not get it, their friends will probably howl with laughter. And what a wonderful way to connect with people! So this month, help your child learn and tell a few jokes. Sincerely,…

1 min.
el primer día

—Hola, Vera. Yo soy tu maestra —dice la Srta. Moore. Vera se esconde detrás de su mamá. —Hola —dice en voz baja. La mamá le da un beso a Vera y se despide. —Adiós. Diviértete. La maestra toma a Vera de la mano. —¿Qué vamos a hacer? —pregunta Vera. La Srta. Moore le muestra el piano. —Vamos a cantar canciones —dice. —Me gusta cantar —dice Vera. —Vas a jugar con tus nuevos amigos —dice la Srta. Moore. —Me gusta jugar —dice Vera. —También vamos a leer muchos libros —dice la Srta. Moore. —Me gusta leer —dice Vera. —¿Ahora te gusta la escuela? —pregunta la Srta. Moore. Vera sonríe. —¡Sí, me gusta!…

1 min.
the first day

“Hello, Vera. I’m your teacher,” says Miss Moore. Vera hides behind her mother. “Hello,” she says quietly. Mama kisses Vera good-bye. “Good-bye. Have fun!” The teacher takes Vera’s hand. “What will we do?” Vera asks. Miss Moore shows her the piano. “We’ll sing songs,” she says. “I like to sing,” says Vera. “You’ll play with new friends,” says Miss Moore. “I like to play,” says Vera. “We will read lots of books, too,” says Miss Moore. “I like to read,” says Vera. “Do you like school now?” asks Miss Moore. Vera smiles. “Yes, I like it!”…

1 min.
look at the chicken!

This chicken is outside, where it can scratch in the dirt for food. It might find some insects, seeds, or a tasty slug to eat! Some people raise chickens on farms or in their backyards. They throw chicken feed onto the ground for the chickens to find. They also make a small building called a chicken coop. The coop provides a safe place for the chickens to rest and lay their eggs. Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side.…