TIP: Make paper boats and practice words like: flotar, undir, mojado .

How Your Kid Benefits

Research has found that bilingual people literally see the world differently. Those who regularly speak a second language perceive differences in color variations that are not recognized by monolinguals.

Try Your Superpower!

Read and sing along to “The Teeny Tiny Boat / El Barquito Chiquitito” in English and Spanish. Get creative and make paper boats, experiement with different kinds of materials to see which ones float and which sink.

What You’ll Need: 

Supplies needed: printed activity sheets; pencil; crayons or colored pencils

Note to Grown-Ups

This is a great lesson for children of all ages.

Activity Sheet