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Creo que estais haciendo un gran trabajo y ayudando a mucha gente. Los comentarios están cerrados. Seguir Recibe cada nueva publicación en tu buzón de correo electrónico. Únete a otros 3.219 seguidores Construye un sitio web con WordPress.com A %d blogueros les gusta esto: Great fonts are essential to great design.

But picking great fonts can seem like an impossible dark art for most people. In the article below I’ll explain the basics of choosing great fonts and then give you my favorite combinations that you can use in your own designs. These font pairs are perfect if you are trying to create your next presentation, social media graphic or anything else you’d like to design. Of course, all of these fonts are available for you to use – for free – inside Canva. There’s a science to applying a heading, subheading and body copy to suit the type of content you’re producing and the message or tone of your brand. Think we’ve left some good ones out?

The anatomy of typography Before we get started on the list of 30 font pairings, there are two resources you should have on hand. The first is a super helpful infographic showing the important features of typographic anatomy: The Design School List of 30 Font Pairings 01. 02. 03. 04. eBook 05. 06. Fruit and Vegetable I Spy Game. Seek and Find games are great quiet time activity.

Fruit and Vegetable I Spy Game

I use them when I’m getting meals ready, or if we’re going somewhere with a wait, like a restaurant or an appointment. We’re getting ready to go back to school, and thinking about the snacks and lunches that will fuel the school days. Before school starts each year, we like to talk through what to expect at school – and one thing that always comes up is what to eat! Click to download and print –> I Spy Game One way we’ve used this I Spy Game is to talk about healthy snacks, and what types of things the kids would like to bring for their lunches.

Plus, it gets all of us thinking about our favorite fruits and vegetables – and ready to take a (healthy!) Print out your copy here! Meet Google Drive – One place for all your files. Gmail - Free Storage and Email from Google. ¡Tatatachán: 95 onomatopeyas! Las onomatopeyas son palabras que imitan o recrean el sonido de la cosa o la acción nombrada, son un recurso expresivo muy potente, capaz de condensar una idea o situación en muy poco espacio y un procedimiento más para formar palabras.

¡Tatatachán: 95 onomatopeyas!

A continuación, reproducimos una lista de 95 onomatopeyas elaborada por José Martínez de Sousa. aceleración de motocicleta: ¡brrrum, brrrum! Ametralladora: ¡ra-ta-tá! ; ¡ra-ta-tá! Aplausos: ¡plas, plas! Spanish game – Printable cootie-catchers - Spanish Playground. In Spanish, this game is a comecocos or a sacapiojos.

Spanish game – Printable cootie-catchers - Spanish Playground

In English, it is called a cootie-catcher, a chatterbox or a fortune teller. This is an excellent language activity and it can be adapted in lots of different ways to use with Spanish language learners. It involves folding paper to make a toy that fits over your fingers and opens and closes. A friend chooses a series of pictures or words to arrive at the answer to a question. Comecocos is also the Spanish name for the 80s video game Pac-man, so if you want to search for this paper game, search comecocos de papel. If you are not familiar with this game, you can get an idea of how it works from this video: Spanish game Traditionally, a comecocos is a kind of fortune-teller, with the final answer being a prediction. When I use a comecocos with Spanish language learners, instead of having kids spell words, I have them say the words in syllables and usually as part of a phrase.

Ayudas gráficas. ABN para peques 1ª Parte. Nuestro compañero Jesús González Molina de la Escuela Primaria Vicente Guerrero, desde Los Placeres del Oro, Guerrero, México, se ha aprovechado sobremanera sus vacaciones y nos regala una estupenda colección de fichas para introducir a los alumnos más pequeños en el algoritmo ABN.

ABN para peques 1ª Parte

Se trata de un archivo con 21 fichas de trabajo que servirán no sólo para iniciar, si no también para reforzar el trabajo de clase, y que seguramente nos vendrá muy bien a todos. DESCARGAR “ABN PARA PEQUES 1º PARTE“ Relacionado Mini Olimpiada Matemática ABN 2013, para Primer Grado El Profr. En "México" Restas con millares En esta ocasión Jesús González Molina Esc. En "Resta" Restas con millares II Jesús González Molina Esc.

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