EOG Math Vocabulary -- SPANISH translation ... Macon County (NC) Schools
This may help teachers prepare ELLs for EOG's. Keep in mind that just like our native English speakers need more than a definition to understand a concept, so do our Spanish speaking ELLs. Pair these definitions with examples, experiences, and practice for best results.


How to help improve your child's comprehension by reading and discussing books together even if you don't speak English or read English...
video (in Spanish)

How to read and discuss books with your children (using Reading A-Z resources) English necessary...(If your child's school has a subscription to Reading A-Z, your child will be able to access these resources from home.)
video (in Spanish)


...(from Tery J. Medina, Assoc Dir., The Southeastern Equity Center, 1401 East Broward Blvd., Suite #304, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301,

Colorin Colorado..... Guía de pruebas estandarizadas para padres
Colorin Colorado ..... Parents' Guide to Standardized Testing

Impacto de exámenes ... U.S. Dept. of Education

Exámenes Anuales ... U.S. Dept. of Education

Did You Know? ... "Parents Reaching Out" from New Mexico

"Wash Your Hands" in 24 languages...poster ... from Minnesota Dept. of Health

"Cover Your Cough" poster for health care ... from Minnesota Dept. of Health
......available in 26 languages!

"Cover Your Cough" 3-fold brochure ... from Minnesota Dept. of Health

...available in English, Hmong, Somali, & Spanish

National Center for Learning Disabilities ... Recursos en Espanol ...
"Bienvenidos a la sección de recursos en español para padres de niños que tienen dificultades para aprender o discapacidades de aprendizaje."

Spanish-Language Resources for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities

Lesli Maxwell--
According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, roughly 1 million children who are learning English in public schools nationwide also have a learning disability and many of them are at risk for receiving inadequate services or no services at all.
To help fill a gap in information and resources about this student population, NCLD has rolled out a new online initiative for Spanish-speaking parents whose children have, or may have, learning disabilities.
Called "Recursos in Español," the online parent guide developed by NCLD offers more than three dozen resources that are meant to help parents recognize the signs of learning disabilities, seek help and services for their children and advocate for them in school. It appears that much of what the website offers are translated versions of informational documents already widely available in English on NCLD's website.
It includes links to a few other organizations that also offer resources on learning disabilities in other languages, including more in Spanish, as well as Hmongand Somali.