Happy National Parents' Month!
This is the month we salute you: our mummies, daddies, stepparents, grandmas, grandpas and even godparents. Your roll in raising our children is significant and of course no easy feat. We acknowledge all that you do and we continue to commend and encourage you throughout your parenting journeys.
Team Fundaciones believes in the value of a positive home-school relationship and knows that parents, childrens' primary caregivers, ought to be supported. In keeping with this year's theme "Transforming Families Through: Communication Awareness Resources and Education" (CARE) we look forward to using our social media avenues to share resources with you now and through out the year.
Please tune into our various social media avenues for support:
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook – El Centro JM
Twitter - @elcentrojm
Instagram - @learnthefun
You Tube – learn the fun
Tía Rachael's Recommended Reads
"The 5 Love Languages of Children" by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell
"Bébé Day by Day" by Pamela Druckerman
"French Kids Eat Everything" by Karen Le Billon
Think on this:Can technology be used to support parenting?What support do you need on your parenting journey?
Please share your thoughts with us via social media and remember to use our hashtag #learnthefun
12 Spanish Phrases to use with your child
1. Hola hola coca cola --- oh-la oh-la coca cola --- Hello
2. Lávate las manos --- lah-vah-teh las mah-nos --- Wash your hands
3. Bebe agua –-- beh-beh ah-gwah --- Drink water
4. Come todo --- coh-meh toe-doh --- Eat up
5. Párate --- pah-rah-teh – Stop
6. Mira --- mee-rah-the --- Look
7. Escucha bien --- es-coo-cha bee-en --- Listen well
8. Abre los ojos --- ab-reh los oh-hos --- Open your eyes
9. Pónte los anteojos --- pon-teh los an-teh-oh-hos --- Put on your glasses
10. Dilo --- dee-lo --- Say it
11. Cántalo --- can-tah-loh --- Sing it
12. Cuidado --- quee-dah-doh --- Careful
I think this is wonderful Tia Rachael:-). I will check out your recommended reads. Love the phrases you provided as well.
Dr. Renee Mah-Lee-Sharpe