In need of a curriculum in Spanish (Puerto Rico)

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In need of a curriculum in Spanish (Puerto Rico)

Postby mayramanuel » Mon Jan 30, 2006 3:24 am

Spanish is our main language here Puerto Rico and I want to homeschool my kids in Spanish and teach English as their second language. Does anybody know if there is there a curriculum written in Spanish that I can use? I'll appreciate your help.

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Postby ccmmum » Mon Jan 30, 2006 10:33 am

School of Tomorrow ACE Paces have some available in Spanish. I'm not sure how many grades they have done so far, though.

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Postby Tiarali » Mon Mar 13, 2006 4:27 am

http://www.aceministries.com/curriculum/spanish.asp

This page lists the courses they have translated into Spanish so far. It seems they have all the five core subjects translated into Spanish up to level 6, except for Grammar, which has lvl 5 (and 6 coming soon) and word building, where they're only up to lvl 2.

It is a strongly Christian curriculum, so it may or may not suit your needs.

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Postby Mexicomike » Mon Mar 27, 2006 7:58 pm

We got these materials a few days ago and our kids are starting today. For the Spanish program only Idioma is in color, the other subjects are in black and white and the lady I spoke to on the phone made it clear they are still being worked on.

However this was the only Spanish language program I could find, so it was this or nothing if we want to use a curriculum.

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Spanish Curriculum k-12 is available

Postby joe » Fri Mar 31, 2006 6:09 pm

Hello,
We are in the Dominican Republic and have launched the first national homeschool support group in the history of this lovely country. We are using English based courses, but the people in our group are using material supplied by Hebron, based out of Guatemala, an institute founded by American missionaries. If you would like more information, please contact us: drganthony@msn.com. You can also send us your skype address (see:www.skype.com) and we could talk personally.

Blessings on your efforts in homeschooling,
Dr Gene & Mrs. Rebecca Anthony and eight homeschooled champions for Christ
Dt. 6:5-7
Joseph, God Bless

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Re: In need of a curriculum in Spanish (Puerto Rico)

Postby lady therese » Mon Apr 23, 2007 6:44 am

mayramanuel wrote:Spanish is our main language here Puerto Rico and I want to homeschool my kids in Spanish and teach English as their second language. Does anybody know if there is there a curriculum written in Spanish that I can use? I'll appreciate your help.


May I know what language do you use at home? I presume its Spanish so might as well let your child learn from you and other people in your house.
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Postby Ivonne » Tue Sep 09, 2008 3:04 pm

The Mexican government puts all of their curriculum online.


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