Comics are a great way to learn foreign languages!
There’s a dual language comic by LA Johnson on NPR about dual language learning for children. You can read it here.
In addition to being interesting, the comic mentions “Eenie, Meenie Miney Moe” in Spanish. It’s called, Tin marín de dos pingüé. You can hear a recording of it and learn the rhyme here on Mama Lisa’s World.
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January 25th, 2023 at 6:11 pm
Thank you so much for sharing these resources, I wouldn’t have found that book otherwise! It will really help one of my students.