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Links and Reviews for Trees Are Terrific (Spanish)

The following 19 sites have linked to our Trees Are Terrific (Spanish) website. Links to commercial products or enterprises do not constitute endorsement by University of Illinois Extension.

Anacleta's Spanish and World Language Links
http://anacleta.homestead.com/ecology.html

Aprendemos junto a nuestro alumnado
http://aprendemosjuntoanuestroalumnado.blogspot.com.es/2011_02_01_archive.html

Ayuntamiento de Corella
http://www.corella.es/paginas/tuayuntamiento/corporacion/areas/medioambiente/stenlaces.htm

C. del Medio 3 º Ed. Primaria (EDEBÉ. Proyecto "en ruta")
http://ceiploreto.es/sugerencias/Edebe/conede3.html

C. del Medio 3º Ed. Primaria (ANAYA, Proyecto "En línea")
http://ceiploreto.es/sugerencias/Anaya/conoana3linea.html

Ciberoteca Web Directory
http://www.ciberoteca.com/valenciano/escolar/paseoPorLaRed/paseoPorLared.asp?ID=434
"Pedro et convida a fer una passejada pel fabulós món dels arbres, on coneixeràs tots els seus secrets... Castellà."

DISFRUTA APRENDIENDO CON LA NATURALEZA
http://angelfire.com/super2/enaninesnatura/

FarODP Web Directory
http://www.sexpots.de/?c=Kids_and_Teens/International/Espa%C3%B1ol/Actividades_escolares/Ciencia_y_tecnolog%C3%ADa/Seres_vivos/

Learning Languages
http://learninglanguages.net/SPT--AdvancedSearch.php?vn=Resource Type
"From the University of Illinois Extension, Los Árboles son Fabulosos: Aprende más con Pedro tells about how trees are important to the environment. Narrated by Pedro, a comical acorn with a French beret, this lesson covers what trees are, mentioning important scientific differences and their composition. Because the lesson includes numerous pictures and diagrams, kids are sure to find tthat Pedro tells a fast paced yet interesting story. Designed for grades K-2 with previous Spanish language training, the site offers two viewing options: one without audio and one with (which requires the Flash player). The version with audio is recommended over the other because it allows students to hear the text read aloud at a slow pace with an intelligible but authentic accent. Also available in English, this is a great lesson for younger bilingual classes. For teachers, an educator's guide is included, making this an easy site to integrate into lesson plans or to build into them."

Learning Languages
http://learninglanguages.net/SPT--AdvancedSearch.php?vn=Classification
"From the University of Illinois Extension, Los Árboles son Fabulosos: Aprende más con Pedro tells about how trees are important to the environment. Narrated by Pedro, a comical acorn with a French beret, this lesson covers what trees are, mentioning important scientific differences and their composition. Because the lesson includes numerous pictures and diagrams, kids are sure to find tthat Pedro tells a fast paced yet interesting story. Designed for grades K-2 with previous Spanish language training, the site offers two viewing options: one without audio and one with (which requires the Flash player). The version with audio is recommended over the other because it allows students to hear the text read aloud at a slow pace with an intelligible but authentic accent. Also available in English, this is a great lesson for younger bilingual classes. For teachers, an educator's guide is included, making this an easy site to integrate into lesson plans or to build into them."

Learning Languages.net (Internet Scout Project/University of Wisconson)
http://www.learninglanguages.net/SPT--AdvancedSearch.php?vn=Audience
"From the University of Illinois Extension, Los Árboles son Fabulosos: Aprende más con Pedro tells about how trees are important to the environment. Narrated by Pedro, a comical acorn with a French beret, this lesson covers what trees are, mentioning important scientific differences and their composition. Because the lesson includes numerous pictures and diagrams, kids are sure to find tthat Pedro tells a fast paced yet interesting story. Designed for grades K-2 with previous Spanish language training, the site offers two viewing options: one without audio and one with (which requires the Flash player). The version with audio is recommended over the other because it allows students to hear the text read aloud at a slow pace with an intelligible but authentic accent. Also available in English, this is a great lesson for younger bilingual classes. For teachers, an educator's guide is included, making this an easy site to integrate into lesson plans or to build into them."

Learninglanguages.net
http://www.learninglanguages.net/SPT--FullRecord.php?ResourceId=1071
"Pedro tells about how trees are important to the environment. Narrated by Pedro, a comical acorn with a French beret,this lesson covers what trees are, mentioning important scientific differences and their composition."

Les parts de l’arbre
http://blocs.xtec.cat/guifreisanti/2009/09/26/les-parts-de-larbre/

LOS ÁRBOLES SON FABULOSOS
http://activimar.blogspot.com.es/2013/01/los-arboles-son-fabulosos.html

PrimeraEscuela.com
http://www.primeraescuela.com/actividades/formas/arboles.htm

PrimeraEscuela.com - Activities - Dress a Tree
http://www.primeraescuela.com/actividades/arte/estaciones/vestir-un-arbol.htm
"Esta es una presentación fabulosa para explorar los árboles con Pedro, la bellota. (This is a fabulous presentation to explore the trees with )Peter, the acorn."

UN BOSQUE ANIMADO
http://bibliobn.blogspot.com.es/p/un-bosque-animado.html

Yahoo! Espana
http://es.dir.yahoo.com/Sociedad/Culturas_y_grupos/Ninos/Paginas_para_ninos/Ciencia_y_naturaleza/Biologia/Botanica/

Yahoo! España
http://es.dir.yahoo.com/Sociedad/Culturas_y_grupos/Ninos/Paginas_para_ninos/Ciencia_y_naturaleza/Biologia/Botanica/
"Ayuda al detective LePlant y sus socios Botón y Brote de planta a descubrir los asombrosos misterios de la vida de una planta."

 

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